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Computer Network Systems Engineering
Students who complete Computer Network Systems Engineering courses will gain a technical understanding of computer networks which will allow these students to work more knowledgeably with their own systems and those of the organizations they are associated with. Students who successfully complete this program will be able to understand and apply knowledge of computer networking systems to understand the technical details of how these systems work, analyze and understand systems, design and implement systems and troubleshoot and solve system problems.
Degree in Computer Networking Systems Engineering:
Students completing the Associate of Science Degree in Computer Network Systems Engineering will be able to demonstrate a broad view in how to trouble-shoot and support computing enterprises that use Microsoft, CISCO, and CompTIA.
CNSE: Basic Network Specialist Proficiency Award:
Students completing the Proficiency Award in CNSE Basic Network Specialist will be able to install, configure, and troubleshoot a basic network environment. CNSE: Cisco System Network Associate.
CNSE: Cisco System Network Associate Proficiency Award:
Students completing the Proficiency Award in Cisco System Network Associate will be able to manage a intermediate size network consisting of routers and switches. This includes address management, device configurations, routing and switching designs, and appropriate network design optimization with appropriate security principles.
Cisco System Network Associate Program of Study (update in approval process)
CNSE: Windows Administration Proficiency Award:
Students completing the Proficiency Award in CNSE Windows Administration will be able to trouble-shoot and provide technical support for small business to medium-sized Microsoft environments.
CNSE: Advanced Network Specialist Certificate of Achievement:
Students completing the Certificate of Achievement in CNSE Windows Engineering will be able to trouble-shoot and provide technical support for medium-sized to enterprise Microsoft environments.
Outcomes Assessment Results (in progress)
Career Pathways and Gainful Employment Disclosures
Computer Network Stystems Engineering (CNSE)
The Computer Network Systems Engineering (CNSE) Program provides specific technologies necessary to function effectively as a multi-platform network systems administrator/analyst. It provides hands-on training on networking hardware and software. Successful program completion qualifies individuals for entry-level positions in networking administration. Moorpark College Network System Engineering program is a Cisco System Local Academy; a 3Com NetPrep Regional Training Center; and offers both Microsoft Engineering and Microsoft Administration certification courses.