Computer network technicians build and maintain computer networks used by business, education, government, and health-care institutions. Networks linking desktop computers allow users to send electronic mail (e-mail) and to share data, computer applications, and Internet connections. As more institutions establish computer networks, the demand for skilled computer network technicians will grow.
The Network Technician Certificate program launched in Spring 2018 allowing RVC students can begin the exciting journey of becoming a network technician.
A certificate is awarded upon completion of 12 credit units. Students will be required to learn current standards and terminology used for local area networks (LANs) and larger wide area networks (WANs).
Performing troubleshooting to system failures and identify bottlenecks to ensure long term efficiency of network
Testing and configuring software and maintain and repair hardware and peripheral devices
Email Professor Stephanie Wascher at firstname.lastname@example.org