Computer Network Engineering, Associate in Science (AS)
Associate Degree Graduation Requirements
Complete all of the following:
- All Department Requirements listed below with a “C” or better or “P” in each course (at least 20% of the department requirements must be completed through SBCC).
- A minimum of 18 units of SBCC General Education Requirements (Areas A-D) and Institutional Requirements (Area E) and Information Competency Requirement (Area F)
- A total of 60 degree-applicable units (SBCC courses numbered 100 and higher).
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better in all units attempted at SBCC.
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better in all college units attempted.
- A total of 12 units through SBCC.
|CIS 201||UNIX/LINUX System Administration||3-4|
|or CIS 206||MS Windows Server System Administration|
|or CIS 213||MS Exchange Server Administration|
|or CIS 219||VMware vSphere System Administration|
|CNEE 101||Introduction to Computers and Networks||4|
|CNEE 102||A+ Computers and Network Support||4|
|CNEE 106||Telecommunications And WAN||3|
|CNEE 110||Networking Essentials||4|
|CNEE 112||Managing and Maintaining Computer Software - A+||3|
|CNEE 120||Introduction to Cybersecurity||4|
|CNEE 124||IInternetworking with Tcp/Ip||4|
|CNEE 125||CCNAI-Introduction to Switching and Routing 1||5|
|CNEE 126||CCNA II Advanced Routing and Switching 2||5|
|CNEE 146||CCNA Security - Firewalls and VPNs||4|
|CNEE 206||MS Windows Network Infrastructure||3|
Students who completed CNEE 131 and CNEE 132 are exempt from taking CNEE 125 CCNAI-Introduction to Switching and Routing.
Students who completed CNEE 133 and CNEE 134 are exempt from taking CNEE 126 CCNA II Advanced Routing and Switching.
- Apply basic computer hardware and software concepts to install, trouble-shoot and manage home and small business computer network systems.
- Using appropriate IP addressing scheme and appropriate networking hardware and software, design, trouble-shoot and maintain a computer network infrastructure for small to medium size organizations.
- Identify computer network security threats and vulnerabilities for a given network, choose appropriate network security hardware and software for a given security requirement, and apply necessary security measures to prevent a possible computer network compromise.
- Given a computer network engineering problem, apply critical thinking, problem-solving techniques and effective communications skills to find solutions to the problem.
Make an appointment with your SBCC academic counselor through Starfish to create a Student Education Plan that reflects a recommended course sequence for this program that is tailored to your individual needs.