Associate of Applied Science with a Concentration in Computer Networking

You aren’t just computer savvy—you’re also interested in getting a well-rounded education and continuing on to pursue a bachelor’s degree at a four-year school. Our Associate of Applied Science with a concentration in computer networking will prep you for a career in systems administration.

Degree Plan

Resources

Freshman Year

First Semester Hours
BCIS 1305 (core)
Business Computer Applications
3
ITSC 1321
Intermediate PC Operating Systems
3
CPMT 1311
Introduction to Computer Maintenance
3
ITCC 1314
CCNA 1: Introduction to Computer Maintenance
3
ITNW 1354
Implementing and Supporting Servers
3
Total 15
Second Semester Hours
ITNW 1345
Implementing Network Directory Services
3
ITCC 1344
CCNA 2: Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials
3
ITSC 1307
UNIX Operating System I
3
ITSC 1342
Shell Programming
3
ITSY 1342
Information Technology Security
3
Total 15

Sophomore Year

First Semester Hours
ITNW 1309
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
3
ITNW 1313
Computer Virtualization
3
ITSC 2339
Personal Computer Help Desk Support
3
ITNW 1353
Supporting Network Server Infrastructure
3
ITCC 2320
CCNA 3: Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation
3
Total 15
Second Semester Hours
ENGL 1301 (core) 
Composition I
3
GOVT 2305 (core)Federal Government (Federal constitution & topics) 3
MATH 1314 (core)
College Algebra
3
SPCH 1315 (core)
Public Speaking
3
Creative Arts (any core course) 3
Total
Computer Networking AAS Total
15
60

Gainful Employment

Have questions about this program, the costs involved and what job prospects may exist in the marketplace?  Check our Gainful Employment report.

To learn more, please contact us.

Dr. Dixon Boyles
Dean of Business and Social Sciences
903-823-3192
email

Computer Technology & Information Systems Course Descriptions

BCIS 1305 A - Business Computer Applications (3,2,4).
COSC 1336 A - Programming Fundamentals I (3,3,3).
CPMT 1191 W - Special Topics in Computer Installation & Repair (1,1,0).
CPMT 1311 W - Introduction to Computer Maintenance (3,2,4).
ITCC 1414 W - CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks (4,3,3).
ITCC 1440 W - CCNA 2: Routing and Switching Essentials (4,3,3).
ITNW 1308 W - Implementing and Supporting Client Operating Systems (3,2,4).
ITNW 1325 W - Fundamentals of Networking Technologies (3,2,4).
ITNW 1345 W - Implementing Network Directory Services (3,2,4).
ITNW 1353 W - Supporting Network Server Infrastructure (3,2,4).
ITNW 1354 W - Implementing and Supporting Servers (3,2,4).
ITSW 1304 W - Introduction to Spreadsheets (lecture and lab hours will vary by program).