Computer & Network AdministrationCertificateAssociate of Applied Science DegreeProgram code: AAS.COMPNETADMINThe Computer & Network Administration program prepares students for technical support careers specializing in network administration and maintenance. Students may earn either a one-year Certificate of Completion or two-year Associate of Applied Science degree. The course work emphasizes development of analytical and problem-solving skills in addition to specific hardware and software configurations. Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) is supervised real-world employment that supplements the academic classroom environment.For students interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree, the Computer & Network Administration Associate of Applied Science articulates to a Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology and Management at Oregon Tech. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTSPrerequisites for first term classes include completed course work or placement out of BA-131 Introduction to Business Computing, WR-095 Paragraph to Essay and MTH-065 Algebra II. This is an open program. Students may take any class in the program for which they have completed the prerequisite.PROGRAM OUTCOMESComputer & Network Administration AAS DegreeUpon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:demonstrate all the program learning outcomes of the Computer & Network Administration Certificate.operate, install, manage, and troubleshoot major server operating systems;understand advanced network technologies and implement intricate internetwork infrastructures,understand and demonstrate basic computer and network security principles,develop, implement, and document an integrated information systems project;communicate the importance of professional and ethical responsibilities and be aware of codes of conduct and other sources of guidance for professionally ethical decision making,articulate and justify technical solutions to an audience through oral, written, and graphical communication.PROGRAM OUTCOMESComputer & Network Administration Certificate DegreeUpon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:explain basic troubleshooting processes and procedures from initial diagnosis to final documentation and reporting,explain and demonstrate how to interact and communicate effectively with people of different technical backgrounds and professional positions,operate, install, manage, and troubleshoot major desktop operating systems;identify, install, and troubleshoot computer and network hardware components,understand fundamental network technologies and implement a basic local area network,exhibit good teamwork skills and serve as effective members of project teams.CAREERSCareer opportunities include network specialist, computer service technician, field engineer, customer service engineer, computer technician, and PC/LAN support specialist.For information contact Rich Albers, 503-594-3166, or firstname.lastname@example.org; Debra Carino, 503-594-3170 or email@example.com; Rick Carino, 503-594-3167 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Jen Miller, 503-594-31318, or email@example.com & Network Administration CERTIFICATE FALL TERM CreditsCS-140 Introduction to Operating Systems 4CS-150 Computer Technician Orientation 3CS-225 Computer End-User Support 3CS-227 Computer Hardware & Repair 4WINTER TERM CreditsCS-179 Networking I 3CS-228 Computer OS Maintenance & Repair 4CS-240W Windows Desktop Administration 3WR-101 Communication Skills: Occupational Writing or WR-121 English Composition 3-4SPRING TERM CreditsCS-229 Networking II 4CS-240L Linux Administration 4CS-279W Windows Server Administration 4SUMMER TERM CreditsCS-125H HTML & Web Site Design 3CS-280 Computer Science/CWE 3— — Computation requirement (see page 82 of — — Human Relations requirement (see page 82 of Credits required for certificate 51-53computer & Network Administration ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE: 1ST YEARComplete certificate programcomputer & Network Administration ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE: 2ND YEARFALL TERM CreditsCS-135DB Microsoft Access 3CS-280 Computer Science/CWE 3— — Computer & Network Administration program elective 6-8— — PE/Health/Safety/First Aid requirement (see page 82 of WINTER TERM CreditsCS-240M MacOS Administration 3CS-275 Database Design 3CS-284 Network Security 3CS-288W Windows Network Administration 4SPRING TERM CreditsCS-280 Computer Science/CWE 3CS-289 Web Server Administration 4CS-297N Network Capstone 4— — Computer & Network Administration program elective 3-4 Credits required for degree 91-96Computer & Network Administration PROGRAM ELECTIVESComplete 9-12 credits from the following:COURSE CreditsBA-101 Introduction to Business or BA-103 Business Strategies for Computer Consultants or BA-120 Project Management Fundamentals 3-4BA-131 Introduction to Business Computing 4BT-177 Microsoft Project 3— — Any computer science course numbered CS-125 or higher 3-4Note: Students may not take more than six credits of CWE in any one term.Information from the 2016-2017 catalog.