School of Information Technology

School of Information TechnologyThe School of Information Technology offers degrees that prepare you for a dynamic career in the diverse field of Information Technology (IT), as well as satisfy the industry’s demand for IT professionals in network technologies, administration, and service and support of systems and users.

Through practical application of classroom theory in lab environments, students majoring in the Computer Network Administration degree or Computer Networking Specialist certificate programs learn the technical skills and gain the theoretical knowledge necessary to understand current computer and network technologies and interpret emerging technologies while developing problem solving, critical thinking, communication and teamwork skills.

In addition, CW is one of 10,000 Cisco Networking Academies in 165 countries. The Cisco Networking Academy delivers a comprehensive, 21st century learning experience to help students develop the foundational information and communication technology (ICT) skills needed to design, build, and manage networks.


Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) – Hegis Code 5199
The Computer Network Administration program provides students with a leading edge career education to succeed in today’s technical world. Students study administration, design, support and maintenance of local area and wide area networks through lecture and using Microsoft Windows operating systems and Cisco IOS. The program includes additional non-technical courses to enhance the student’s career opportunities. Graduates of this program are qualified to seek positions in the computer networking field.

Certificate – Hegis Code 5199
The Computer Networking Specialist program provides a concentrated curriculum in Computer Network Administration. This program is suggested for students with previous computer knowledge. Students study administration, design, support and maintenance of local area and wide area networks through lecture and using Microsoft Windows operating systems and Cisco IOS. This program prepares students for career opportunities in the com­puter networking field. Credits are transferable to the associate degree program, Computer Network Administration.