Computer Network Technician

Technology jobs are on the rise with 13% growth expected before 2026*. Be a part of a growing and rewarding industry as a Computer Network Technician

Program Description

The Computer Network Technician Program prepares our graduates to begin or advance their careers by showing employers that they have gained exposure to implementing, managing and troubleshooting network and security issues. This course teaches basic PC Repair, Networking and Security, Operating Systems, and an introduction to VMWare, Microsoft Office and keyboarding skills.

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Career Outcomes

  • IT Service Desk Technician
  • IT Support Specialist
  • Service Desk Technician, Level 1
  • IT Solutions Technician, Level 1
  • IT Field Technician
  • System Analyst
  • Computer Technician
  • Entry-level Network Security Engineer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Information Systems Security Tech
  • Cyber Security Technician
  • IT Helpdesk Administrator
  • Security Operations Analyst
  • Help Desk Support
  • Tier 1 Network Technician
  • Network Technician II
  • Network Installation Technician
  • Network Engineer
  • Network/Systems Administrator
  • Desktop Network Support Contractor
  • Linux Junior administrator
  • Level 1 Linux Engineer
  • Linux Service Desk Manager

2016-2026 Projected National IT Career Growth*

Computer Occupations


Computer User Support Specialist


Computer Support Specialists


Computer Network Support Specialists


Network & Computer System Administrators


* Source: United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Program Courses

  • PC Support Level I
  • PC Support Level II
  • Career Success
  • Introduction to Networking
  • Introduction to VMware
  • Typing Fundamentals
  • Microsoft Office Essentials
  • Microsoft Windows 10
  • Network and Operational Security
  • Advanced Career Development