Computer Networking

The associate’s degree program in Computer Networking provides the student with a foundation for employment in entry-level networking or systems analysis. Following an introduction to computer concepts and applications, a Microsoft-approved curriculum offers preparation for the testing required for MCSE certification, qualifying the graduate for positions in networking and systems analysis. Technical courses provide hands-on experience in building, troubleshooting, designing and implementing networks. Beyond the technical curriculum, the program meets its educational objectives through appropriate business and general education courses.


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You enjoy working on your computer. So turn your interest in computers into a career with the Associate of Science in Computer Networking program at Brown Mackie College — Dallas. This program combines technical coursework and hands-on experience, and will help you to prepare for a career in entry-level networking. Sound like a good fit for you? Learn more now!

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