The Computer Networking – Systems track prepares graduates to design and secure network systems with a focus on managing servers. Courses and hands-on labs in this track prepare students for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate – Server 2016, and the Cisco Certified Entry-level Technician (CCENT). 

Students planning to transfer to a college or university should check with a Collin academic advisor prior to beginning the program.

Many of the CPMT, ITCC, ITMT, ITNW, ITSC and ITSY courses are offered in eight-week express sessions.

Program Options

AAS – Computer Networking – Systems Track

OSA – Entry-Level Network Support  (Shared by all tracks)

Certificate Level 1 – Systems Track – Software Technician 

Certificate Level 1 – Systems Track – Systems Technician

Certificate Level 2 – Systems Track – Systems Administrator

Certificate Level 3 – ESC – Networking Systems Professional (CCNP) 
(Shared by Integrated Networking Technologies and Systems Tracks)