TELECOMMUNICATIONS & NETWORK

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Diploma

Advising Code: A 40 40 0 D1


 

Detail

The Telecommunications and Network Engineering Technology Diploma program is for individuals wishing to quickly gain a basic foundation in telecommunications. The diploma's primary emphasis is on telecommunication systems such as computers, telephones, Internet hook-ups and local area networks. The TNET diploma is frequently used by individuals as a way of preparing for telecommunication and networking certification exams.


Students will obtain credits in basic telecommunications while in the TNET Diploma program which will apply towards an Associate in Applied Science degree. In order to obtain a TNET Diploma, a student must complete at least 36 credit hours.



Awards Diploma


Program Outcomes •Practice successful employability skills
•Apply telecommunication and networking concepts
•Use and explain different operating systems and topologies
•Install local/wide area network
•Maintain local/wide area network

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Fall Semester I


Course

Hrs

EGR

131

Introduction to Electronic Technology

2

ELC

131

Circuit Analysis I

4

TNE

111

Campus Networks I

3

_ _ MAT Elective 1*2 3
ENG 111 Expository Writing 3

 

 

Total

15

Spring Semester I

CET

111

Computer Upgrade/Repair I

3

ELN

131

Analog Electronics I

4

ELN

133

Digital Electronics

4

TNE

121

Campus Networks II

3

_ _ MAT Elective 2*2 3

 

 

Total

17

Summer Term I

CET

125

Voice & Data Cabling

3

TNE 250 Introduction to Telecom Networks 3

 

 

Total

6

Total credit hours required for diploma: 38

2*Math Electives

Choose 6 hours:

MAT 120
MAT 121
MAT 161
MAT 171
MAT 175
MAT 271

Last update 10/30/2013