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Central Community College of Nebraska    
  Feb 20, 2018
2014-2015 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electronics, Computers & Networking Technology

Electronics, Computers and Networking Technology

Program Description

The Electronics, Computers and Networking Technology program provides the knowledge needed to install and support a variety of electronic systems.  The core program provides electronics technology skills and introduces the student to computers and networking technology.  Students graduating from this program will be prepared to enter the expanding field of computer network design, maintenance and troubleshooting of home and business network infrastructure.  Graduates will be equipped to complete many industry certifications .

Student Learning Outcomes

Electronics, Computer and Networking Technology graduates are prepared to:

  • Install, maintain, and repair the electronic systems found in data communications and industrial automation applications.
  • Provide computer hardware and software support.
  • Design, configure, troubleshoot and maintain Local Area and Wide Area networks.
  • Design, implement, administer and maintain server based networks in small business to corporate sized environments.

Career Opportunities

Graduates can be employed in a wide variety of industries including:  telephone/cellular, cable television, Internet service providers, computer service, and technology consulting.  Many diverse businesses employ staff dedicated to providing the computer, networking and communications infrastructures that are needed in their day-to-day operation.

Typical Program of Study

To assist students in determining the sequence of courses they might take to complete their educational goals, the proposed program of study is provided. A student's final program of study will be influenced by factors such as placement test scores, prior college experiences, course availability, transfer requirements, program admission requirements, and special areas of interest. A student intending to major in this program must consult with his/her adviser prior to any academic planning and registering.


Associate of Applied Science