The Professional School
CBC students pursuing Network Engineering Diploma will be able to install, design, manage, operate, plan, troubleshoot and secure an information technology infrastructure providing reliable, scalable, consistent, responsive and secure enterprise network services. The scope of topics will range from local area networks to wide area networks and security technology.
As a Network Engeering student you will learn about IT security, you learn to guard vital information systems vigilantly as you fight cyber crime. With that training, you can deter and prevent cyber crime that plagues corporations and government agencies; identity and data theft, hacking and invasion of privacy. The Network Engineering program will teach web and network security exploits, intrusion prevention, network traffic analysis, cryptography and encryption. Networking talents that are in heavy demand by industries who fear cyber attacks on their most treasured assets; their data and network systems.
This Canadian Business College course covers popular Networking programs such as Microsoft MCITP, as well as Cisco, Comptia A+. Network Communications is everywhere, you too can become a part of this exciting Industry and learn the skills to become a LAN Professional, Network Specialist, Network Systems Engineer, Network Administrator or Support Specialist, or get a entry level consulting position. This is an excellent program for those students looking to enter the exciting Information Technology field.
Hardware & OS
• CompTIA A+
Routers and Switches
• Cisco Certified Network Associate
• TS: Windows Configuration
• TS: Windows Server Active Directory, Configuring
• TS: Windows Server Network Infrastructure, Configuring
• TS: Windows Server Applications Infrastructure, Configuring
• PRO: Windows Server, Enterprise Administrator Labour market information from The Working in Canada.
• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent
• Mature student status with Aptitude Test (18 years of age or older)
• Technical aptitude