Information and Computer Science


Certificate in Computer Networking

This certificate program prepares students to sit for the Cisco Certified Network Associates (CCNA) exam. Upon completion of this certificate program, students are encouraged, but not required, to take the CCNA certification exam at a CCNA testing center. Regardless of whether a student chooses to take the CCNA certification exam, when the student is ready to graduate (either from the certificate program for non-degree-seeking students, or from the ICS program for degree-seeking students), he/she should fill out the Graduation Application Form. That application provides notice to the Registrar to put "Certificate in Computer Networking" on the student's transcript.

REQUIREMENTS FOR: Certificate in Computer Networking – 13 Hours, 2.5 GPA

Certificate in Information and Computer Science - Computer Networking  13 cr.
CS 365 Computer Networking 3 cr.
CS 366 Computer Networking Laboratory 1 cr.
CS 371 Internetworking 3 cr.
CS 372 Advanced Networking 3 cr.
CS 385 Modern Developments in Advanced Networking 3 cr.


Optionally, after passing the courses shown above, if a student wants a hardcopy networking certificate diploma, he/she should fill out the online Diploma Application Form. See Office of the Registrar.

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