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Computer Networking 

Program Outcomes 

Upon the completion of the degree in Computer Networking, graduates will be able to:

  1. Assemble the components of a PC and install one or more operating systems resulting in a functioning PC that is appropriate for a particular end user.
  2. Design a small or medium sized computer network including media types, end devices, and interconnecting devices that meets a customer’s specific needs.
  3. Perform basic configurations on routers and Ethernet switches.
  4. Perform basic tasks expected of a Network Administrator including management of user accounts, shared resources, and network security.
  5. Perform operational tasks within a Linux environment, such as the creation and management of files.
  6. Construct simple computer programs that accomplish a given task.
  7. Perform standard database management operations, such as query creation, query execution and output of results.
  8. Use the Internet effectively for learning and troubleshooting.
  9. Apply critical thinking skills to resolve troubleshooting issues.
  10. Communicate technical information to both technical and non-technical audiences in both written and oral form.
  11. Relate networking functions to the OSI model and the TCP/IP protocol stack.
  12. Participate effectively as a member of a team.