Certificate in Networking and Communications

The Certificate in Networking and Communications is designed for individuals who want to increase their knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of computer networking and communications.

Certificate programs offer working professionals an opportunity to increase their knowledge and skills in the specific areas of computer science. A certificate representing proven academic performance is presented after the required nine credit hours of coursework is completed with a GPA of 3.0/4.0. Courses taken may be later applied toward a computer science master's degree program.

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Curriculum

Select nine credit hours from the following:9
Data Communications3
Computer Networks I: Fundamentals3
Computer Networks II: Network Services3
Wireless Networking3
High-Speed Networks3
Cryptography and Network Security3
Analytic Models and Simulation of Computer Systems3
Total Credit Hours9