Lincoln Tech's Computer Networking schools can prepare you to begin a technical career in Information Technology. The IT industry continues to prove that it is vital to the operation of local, national and global economies. As the hardware and software becomes faster, and transactional data continues to accumulate, the importance of having skilled technicians to maintain these systems will be crucial for society.
Professional Computer Networking Training Programs
The computer networking programs offered at our New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island campuses include coursework that will qualify you to sit for the A+, and Net+ CompTIA certification exams. All programs offer a 150-hour professional internship as the final course. Regardless of which program you complete, you can become a highly competent computer networking technician, ready to enter the IT industry.
Computer Networking is Challenging, Exciting and in Demand
As the training progresses, systematically building knowledge of the hardware and software systems of a laptop or desktop system is crucial as this knowledge allows students to understand how they will interact when connected to a network. For any person who enters the computer networking support field, there is great satisfaction in seeing a system that they either built or fixed operate correctly on a network.
The IT industry changes constantly. Staying ahead of the latest technological developments will be a career-long practice. Updates to software applications and the introduction of new technologies is crucial to improving computational power, database capacity and speed, while doing so with data security and privacy in mind. Without a doubt, the old saying that “better safe than sorry” will always apply to this field. Earning the skills that qualify you as a competent computer networking professional is an excellent way to join an industry that needs a steady supply of skilled personnel.
Programs vary by campus.
1 National Center for O*NET Development. National Employment Trends: 15-1232.00 - Computer User Support Specialists. O*NET OnLine. Retrieved February 22, 2022, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/15-1232.00
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Campuses that currently offer training in this program area are listed below, as well as links to exact program informational fact sheets: