Consider this course a foundation for networking. What do you want to focus on next? This is a hands-on class. The schedule is flexible to accommodate the working adults and those with other responsibilities. As an example, an entry-level career in the IT industry can start with a CompTIA A+ and Network+ combined.
Students complete their work on campus and online. You may choose day or evening schedules. The work is completed collaboratively including your classmates and under the supervision of a qualified and experienced instructor. This ensures all students can gain hands-on experience and work on projects all together without being left behind. Instructors are available to provide lecture and support in class as well as remote support while students work on their online courseworkApply or Request More Information
In just a matter of weeks, you can finish the Network+ course.
This course is an introduction to networking technology and terminology. Students will learn how to do the planning, implementation, and optimization of Local Area Networks (LAN). Wide Area Networks (WAN) are discussed and the differences between LANs and WANs are reviewed. Students will learn and practice connecting network components, and discuss LAN/Internet administration, and perform user support and network troubleshooting task
The schedule may be day or evening and, in a hybrid, method of delivery. You attend class twice each week and complete the remainder on line.Apply or Request More Information
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states there are 188,740 Network Support Technicians in the U.S., with 17,730 in Texas. While they represent 1.51 job in every 1000 in Texas, the rate of employment is higher in the Dallas-Plano-Irving, TX Metropolitan Division with 2.6 positions for every 1000 jobs.
In addition to the following position samples, many of the job listings related to our IT courses are posted on sites like Indeed, Glassdoor, and Career Builder:
· Desktop Support Tech
· Helpdesk Support Tech
· Network TechnicianApply or Request More Information
While we cannot guarantee that every student will find suitable employment upon graduation, it’s safe to say that the job prospects for most IT professionals in Texas are great.
Companies are eager to hire employees with experience. It’s the classic catch-22— you don’t have the experience employers require for an entry-level job, but you’re unable to gain that all-important experience without first landing an entry-level job in the industry.Apply or Request More Information
Flexible on-campus and online course under the direct supervision of an instructor in small classes is what sets CCI different. This allows the adult student to go back to school and keep their other family and work obligations. Year-round courses mean students can start the program in any month, not a set spring or fall semester.Apply or Request More Information
Are you interested in going back to school, but are you still unsure about what type of career is right for you? Find out more about the Network+ certification preparation here.