Associate of Applied Science in
Associate in Applied Science, Information Technology - Network Engineering
Delaware County Community College
2 - 3 years
USD 25,083 / per year
Earliest start date
The Network Engineering specialization prepares students for employment as networking specialists in the communications industry. The material presented in the Network Engineering curriculum provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully complete many of the exams required for the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) and Microsoft (MS) certifications.
- Fall Semester: Late August
- Spring Semester: Early January
- Summer Semester: Late May
Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- Install and configure a Linux network operating system
- Install and configure an MS Windows Network operating system
- Administer, manage, and troubleshoot a Linux operating system
- Administer, manage, and troubleshoot an MS Windows operating system; Analyze, test, and propose solutions for problems relating to network cabling, hubs, servers, workstations, and other physical network devices
- Analyze, test, and propose solutions relating to network printing; Analyze, test, and propose solutions for problems relating to network protocols, including the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP)
Course requirements are available below.
Scholarships and Funding
Delaware County Community College's Educational Foundation awards approximately $300,000 in scholarships annually. Each scholarship has its own criteria for eligibility established by the donor. The application period for scholarships each year runs from mid-February to mid-April.
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