Degrees and Certificates

Skyline College makes it possible to achieve all of your educational goals. Whether you are interested in automotive technology, accounting, computers or cosmetology, business or biomanufacturing — or even if you're not sure what you want to do — we have certificate and degree programs that can lead to a successful, productive and fulfilling future. You will benefit from Skyline College's individualized attention and an extensive array of student support services.

Which of our programs is right for you?

Telecom & Network Info Tech: Network Engineering

Below, you can find the courses you need to take to complete your degree or certificate program.

Requirements below should be used as a guide only. Current students should consult DegreeWorks for their specific requirements based on their catalog rights. Degreeworks Report
Goal Certificate of Achievement (CC)
Catalog Rights Academic Year 2014-2015
Network Engineering - Skyline - cert
Minimum Credits Required: 36
CORE REQUIREMENTS: 37 UNITS
Fundamentals of Electronics
4 Credits in ELEC 110
PC Configuration and Repair
6 Credits in TCOM 451 or COMP 451
Network Fundamentals (LAN)
3 Credits in TCOM 480 or CAOT 480
Network Systems Administration
3 Credits in TCOM 481 or COMP 481
Introduction to Routers
3 Credits in TCOM 482 or COMP 482
Network Switches - Concepts and Applications
3 Credits in TCOM 483 or COMP 483
Advanced Routing Concepts and Applications
3 Credits in TCOM 484 or COMP 484
Troubleshooting the Internetwork
3 Credits in TCOM 485 or COMP 485
Network Security
3 Credits in TCOM 486 or COMP 486
Selective Units: 6 Units from the Following
6 Credits in TCOM 100 or 410 or 460 or 465

Degree Applicable Electives
Credits Evaluated: 4 Classes Applied: 1
SKY ACTG 121 Financial Accounting 4 Fall 2015
Credits Evaluated: 4 Classes Applied: 1
SKY ACTG 121 Financial Accounting 4 Fall 2015

View key gainful employment outcomes for graduates from Skyline College's certificate programs, including estimates of the costs of tuition, books and supplies, and fees; average student loan debt; and normal time to completion of the certificate.

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