CONTACT FOR THIS PROGRAM:
Phone: (619) 660-4039
Associate in Science Degrees with an emphasis in Telecommunications Networking Technology are awarded when students have completed:
• 33 units of Department CIS Core Requirements.
• A minimum of 3 units of CIS Department Electives.
Total: 36-37 units of CIS Department classes plus the general education requirements.
Students who wish to enroll in specific Microsoft applications (e.g. Word, PowerPoint) should refer to Business Office Technology.
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This Associate of Science degree program prepares students with
the technical and management skills necessary to enter careers
in design, application, installation, management, operation
and/or maintenance of computer and telecommunications networking
systems including convergent voice, data and video communications
over IP networks.
Graduates will have specific strengths in the building, testing, operation and maintenance of computer and telecommunications networking systems.
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
|CIS 120||Computer Maintenance And A+ Certification||3|
|CIS 121||Network Cabling Systems||3|
|CIS 161||Fundamentals Of Telecommunications||3|
|CIS 162||Technical Diagramming Using Microsoft Visio||2|
|CIS 190 OR||Windows Operating System||3|
|CIS 191||Linux Operating System||3|
|CIS 201||Cisco Networking Academy i Exploration||3|
|CIS 202 OR||Cisco Networking Academy II||3|
|CIS 125||Network+ Certification||3|
|CIS 261||Convergent/Unified Technologies and Degree Capstone||3|
|CIS 262||Wireless Networking||3|
|CIS 263||Fundamentals Of Network Security||3|
|ET 110||Introduction to Basic Electronics||4|
|CS 119||Program Design And Development||3|
|CS 180||Introduction To Visual Basic Programming (ABCD)||4|
|CS 182||Introduction To Java Programming||4|
Students who complete the courses required for this major qualify for a Certificate of Achievement in Telecommunications Networking Technology.
For a Certificate of Specialization in Telecommunications
Servicing Technology see
Chart of Equivalent Classes at Grossmont and Cuyamaca Colleges for the Computer Information Sciences Departments.
To earn your AA or AS degree, or to move on to higher education, you must also complete the General Education Requirements. Because there are occasional updates, check with a counselor for the most current information.
The Institute for Telecommunications Technologies (ITē) is a grant-funded project that helps to develop the telecommunications program here at Cuyamaca College. Components include:
The program focuses on emerging technologies such as high-speed networks, wireless LANs, network security, fiber optics, and convergence technologies that merge voice, video and data applications on a single IP network.
Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) / Advanced Technical Education (ATE) under grant #0302678.ITē
This web site is supported by Carl D. Perkins VTEA IC funds through the System. Office, California Community Colleges,