Program Information

Info Comm Technology: Computer Network Specialist

Available at: Lafayette, TH Harris

CIP 110901
Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Technical Diploma (TD),
Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS),
Technical Competency Area (TCA)

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An application or re-application fee and a testing fee per component are charged for each Application for Admission submitted.

AAS requires a High School Diploma or GED; TD requires Ability to Benefit

Note: Transferable General Education Courses needed to meet the requirements for the AAS are offered through a collaborative agreement with South Louisiana Community College (SLCC).

Licensure/Certification: CompTIAs A+, Network+, Server+, IC3, Microsoft MCSE and Microsoft MCSA.

The objectives of the Info Comm Technology: Computer Network Specialist program are:
  • To develop and maintain an updated curriculum for Info Comm Technology: Computer Network Specialist using approved instructional methods.
  • To offer feasible, comprehensive, and specific vocational training in the computer/networking area to prepare students to successfully pass industry-based certification tests.
  • To provide a training program that will develop proper work habits, acceptable computer/networking skills, superior work procedures, and a desirable professional attitude.
  • To provide an atmosphere that will encourage and assist the individual student to develop emotionally and mentally into a mature, responsible, independent, and self-respecting adult.
  • To provide classroom and instructional facilities which meet specified standards.
  • To provide assistance in employment opportunities for those students who have completed the training programs and/or can meet employment standards required in vocational proficiency and character traits.
  • To provide AAS degree seeking students with appropriate General Education knowledge and skills in English, Math, Speech, Psychology,  and Physical Science.

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