What to Expect
Emphasis will be placed upon practical skills and state-of-the-art implementations to ensure immediate applicability to industry requirements. Course delivery is based on the lecture/computer lab model. In addition, several courses involve lab room settings. This is an intense and comprehensive training program.
Classroom & Study Hours
Students can expect to spend on average:
- 26 hours per week attending classes over the course of a semester.
- 15 hours per week studying and completing class assignments.
Is This Program For You?
Computer data entry comprises a significant portion of training time; therefore, touch typing and basic keyboarding skills are an asset. An interest in and an aptitude for applied sciences, especially those with a physics base, are definite assets to anyone considering this program.
A graduate of the Network Engineering Technology Program will be able to:
- Design, implement, and maintain secure wired and wireless network infrastructures.
- Implement and monitor network security policies and practice.
- Install, configure, and maintain client and server operating systems.
- Install, configure, and maintain business services and applications.
- Troubleshoot network, hardware and end-user issues.
- Demonstrate professional skills through documentation, communication and critical thinking.
- Maintain currency in the Network Engineering field through research and professional development.
- Work effectively and ethically as an individual or member of a team.