Ensuring College & Career Readiness

Networking I & II/Cybersecurity

Networking

Description: A network student learns the skills for implementing, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing computer and network systems. Network technicians set up Internet connections, establish different types of networks and connect them.

Junior Year: 7183 Principles of Computing 

7180 Information Technology Fundamentals 

7182 Networking Fundamentals 

Senior Year: 2022: 4588 Networking II: Infrastructure 

2023: 7251 Networking Capstone

Dual Credits: Vincennes

Certifications:

cybersecurity

Description: In this course, students will learn fundamental cybersecurity topics including computer repair, the basics of cryptography, software security, networking fundamentals, basic system administration and investigate the fields of cybersecurity. The course is designed to address the fundamental implications of technology, the history of securing information and the relationship to the evolution of technology, and the need to securely transmit and store information. This is not a “hacking” class, but we do include the ways computers, programs, networks, and people are exploited by hackers, and what we can do to prevent or minimize the damage caused by bad actors.

Junior Year: 7183 Principles of Computing 

7180 Information Technology Fundamentals 

7181 Networking and Cybersecurity Operations

Senior Year: 2022: 5245 Networking II: Cybersecurity Capstone 

2023: 7249 Cybersecurity Operations Capstone

Dual Credits: Ivy Tech

Certifications:


Career Opportunities

Information Systems Management, Computer Installation and Maintenance and Computer Systems Analyst

Instructors –

Mark Robinson – mrobinson@nafcs.org

Amy Doyle – adoyle@nafcs.org