Computer Networking

The Computer Networking certificate program is a Microsoft-approved curriculum providing the coursework, foundation, and training necessary for students seeking to become a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE). The program prepares the student for the testing required by Microsoft for the MCSE licensure†, which will allow the graduate to seek positions in computer networking and systems analysis. In addition to the general admission requirements, the applicant for enrollment to this program must meet any one of the following requirements: 1) employment as an information technology professional, or 2) an associate’s degree in computer science and employment in the information technology field, or 3) a bachelor’s degree and current computer skills.


*This Brown Mackie College program is no longer accepting new students. Currently enrolled students can find out more about this program in the Academic Catalog.

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Program Info

You're on your computer all day anyway. So turn your love of computers into a career with the Computer Networking Certificate program at Brown Mackie College — Louisville. This program combines technical coursework and hands-on experience, and will help you to prepare for a career where you can take your love of computers to work. Sound like a good fit for you? Learn more now!

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*This Brown Mackie College program is no longer accepting new students. Currently enrolled students can find out more about this program in the Academic Catalog.