Offered at the Levelland Campus and Lubbock Center
Networking Certification is a one-year curriculum designed to train students to use current network operating systems, network applications and network related hardware. In addition, network design, administration, installations and maintenance will be emphasized. Students who satisfactorily complete the curriculum will receive a Certificate of Proficiency. Students working toward this certificate must complete courses with a grade of “C” or better and must complete a Capstone Experience in the final semester of the program.
This is a TSI-waived certificate. Students declaring this major are not subject to the TSI regulations unless they enroll in a course outside the prescribed curriculum.
The program advisors on the Levelland Campus and SPC Reese Center are Jesse Day, assistant professor of computer information systems, Charlene Perez, assistant professor of computer information systems and Michael Slaughter, instructor in computer information systems. Program advisors at the Lubbock Center in Lubbock are Ben Walton, professor of computer information systems, Dr. Patrick Logue, professor of computer information systems and Michael Slaughter is now the program coordinator for computer information systems.
Certificate of Proficiency