What Can You Do With a Computer Network Supervisor Certificate?
Apply what you’ve learned in your current role and go on to become:
- Network administrator
- Computer network architect
- Network support supervisor
- Network technician
- IT network supervisor
- Communications supervisor
A Leader & a Supporter
As network supervisor, you have three goals:
- Head up the development of system and security standards.
- Direct, coordinate, and supervise the team through top-level projects.
- Support the business by managing information technology.
Your expertise in information systems and technology helps the company. You lead the team of IT experts, supporting them and the company to make sure everything runs smoothly. It’s a balancing act. You’re capable, experienced — and certified, with your CMC Computer Network Supervisor Certificate.
Whether it’s in education or marketing, computer networks are an important part of a company. Learning to lead a team whose purpose is to keep the company’s network in working order is a crucial role, one that’s in demand. It’s a challenge and a big responsibility. We’re here to help make sure you will be a great network specialist and a great leader.
Computer Network Supervisor Cert.: What to Expect
- 24 units total units
- A grade of C or higher in all required courses
- Minimum grade point average of 2.0
Computer Business Applications for Windows (CIS 070A) | 3.00
Introduction to Computer Science (CS 073) | 3.00
Visual Basic Programming I (CS 086) | 3.00
C++ Programming I (CS 089) | 3.00
Microcomputer Specialist/A+ Training (CS 001) | 3.00
Computer Network Specialist/CompTIA Net+ Training (CS 003) | 3.00
Computer Security Specialist / Security Training (CS 004) | 3.00
Certified Ethical Hacker (CS 005) | 3.00
What You Learn
- Build computer applications using C++.
- Prep to pass the CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+ certifications.
- Use Microsoft Windows, Office, and Access well.
- Analyze and evaluate software apps and hardware development.
- Apply structured programming techniques and object-oriented design.