Network Technology Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College
Learn the latest technical networking trends in the commercial and business marketplace.
Studying network technology through Oklahoma City Community College’s cooperative alliances with Francis Tuttle or Moore Norman technology centers gives you the opportunity to learn an array of equipment, systems, hardware and software.
An associate degree in applied science in network technology will lead you directly into the job market as a highly skilled technician. It will also prepare you to take a number of certification examinations.
OCCC provides a strong foundation in computer science and is a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance.
In your network technology classes, you’ll learn to:
- Break down problems and find solutions.
- Think critically with a foundation in computer logic.
- Keep up with and adapt to emerging information technologies.
- Cooperate and collaborate with team members.
- Ready yourself for a number of certification examinations, including C-Tech Network Cabling Specialist, CompTIA Linux+, CompTIA A+, Network +, Novell NetWare, CAN, Microsoft MCP, MCSA, MCSE, BICSIis Level I and Level II Installers and Cisco Systems CCNA.
Network Technology Degrees at Oklahoma City Community College
OCCC’s Cooperative Alliance program allows students to earn an associate degree in applied science in network technology. In this program you will:
- Complete all your general education requirements at OCCC and take your network technology courses at Francis Tuttle or Moore Norman technology centers.
- Receive one-on-one and hands-on instruction in network technology fundamentals, including real-world assignments.
- Have access to the OCCC Student Computer Center with more than 100 computers and IT tutors.
- Work inside dedicated labs with the latest information technology.
Network Technology Courses at Francis Tuttle or Moore Norman Technology Centers Through Oklahoma City Community College
In addition to your general education requirements, you’ll take these network technology classes:
- Microcomputer Installation and Service
- Operating Systems
- Introduction to Networking
- MS Windows Professional
- MS Windows Server Installation and Support
- Directory Services
Careers in Network Technology
Computer network technicians are responsible for sometimes implementing, but always maintaining a company’s internal computer system, identifying any problems and repairing them.
Career opportunities are available in professional, scientific and technical services industries, administrative and support services companies, financial institutions, insurance companies, government agencies, educational institutions, telecommunications organizations and health care organizations. You will also be prepared to take a number of certification examinations.
It’s easy to take the next step. Complete your online admissions application today.