Please mark your calendars - the regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting on August 9 has been canceled. Instead, a special Board of Trustees meeting will be held Wednesday, September 13, 2017, to approve the college’s operating budget and conduct regular business
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Computer Networking & Information Systems Security Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the Computer Networking & Information Systems Security degree, students will:
Diagnose and repair computers and printers.
Analyze user and system problems. Provide network and computer support.
Demonstrate best practices for installing, configuring, and administering server operating systems, network devices, and directory services.
Analyze user and intruder activity, analyze malware, collect evidence, and document findings.
Discuss technical issues orally and in writing with supervisors, team members, and users at a college level.
Demonstrate job-ready skills by preparing an IT job search, resume, and LinkedIn profile and discussing questions in an interview in a professional manner.
Evaluate risk in information systems. Demonstrate sound judgement when recommending cybersecurity mitigations.
Plan, design, and implement computer networks in a team environment.