Computer Networking and Technical Support

Program description

Seneca's School of Information and Communications Technology is a recognized leader in the Networking world. This program is built on partnerships with some of the most influential names in networking today – CISCO, IBM, Microsoft, Rogers, Sun, and Sangoma. As a graduate of the Computer Networking and Technical Support diploma program, you’ll be prepared to succeed as a technical specialist in any computer support, local area network administration, and Internet management environment. CNS is a four–semester program, with required subjects available year–round. That means you can choose to complete your studies in four consecutive semesters, starting in the fall, winter or spring. Or you could take a break between semesters. Courses in this program are hands–on, helping you get the most out of your studies. Some of the subjects you’ll learn by experience include: computer hardware, applied Internet technology, system diagnostics, local area network installation and maintenance, data communication techniques and network administrative tasks. Once you reach your third semester, you’ll have the opportunity to apply for transfer to the six– semester CTY co–op program.

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Seneca College

School of Information and Communications Technology


Two years (4 semesters)

Credential awarded

Ontario College Diploma

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