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The Computer Network Engineering & Electronics (CNEE) Department introduces an exciting new field of study: 

Computer Network Engineering

The Computer Network Engineering Program provides the education and skills these jobs demand. The program may be completed as a highly specific technical certificate or taken along with General Education courses for a broader A.S. Degree . The program includes preparation for a number of professional certifications

Whether you are taking classes to upgrade your skills, prepare for professional certification examinations, explore new employment options, or continue on to a four year college, you can take advantage of the variety of course formats to work around your schedule. Short-term, Saturday, online, and semester-length courses are available. 

 

 



Computer Network Engineering - A.S. Degree
Department Requirements (Total Departmental Units: 35-37)

Core courses: 29 Units

05-06 No.

Title

Units

CNEE 101

Intro to Computer Network Technology

3.0

CNEE 102

PC Repair I: Hardware

3.0

CNEE 105

Network Wiring and Cabling

3.0

CNEE 106

 Telecommunications and WAN

2.0

CNEE 110

Networking Essentials 

4.0

CNEE 112

PC Repair II: Software

3.0

CNEE 120

Fundamentals of Network Security

3.0

CNEE 125

CCNA I: Intro to Networking & Routers

4.0

CNEE 126

CCNA II: Switching, Routing, and WAN

4.0

Plus 2 elective courses from the followings:  (6-8 units)

03-04 No.

Title

Units

CNEE 124

Internetworking and TCP/IP

4.0

CNEE 128

Fundamentals of Wireless LANs

3.0

CNEE 135

CCNP 1: Advanced Routing Configuration

4.0

CNEE 136

CCNP 2: Remote Access Networks

4.0

CNEE 137

CCNP 3: Multi-layer Switching

4.0

CNEE 138

CCNP 4: Internetwork Troubleshooting

4.0

CNEE 146

Network Security: Firewalls

4.0

CNEE 191

Internetworking Design I

3.0

CNEE 192

Internetworking Design II

3.0

CNEE 206

MS Windows Infrastructure

4.0

CNEE 207

MS Windows Security

4.0

CIS 105

Intro Operating Systems

4.0

CIS 201

Unix System Administration

4.0

CIS 206

MS Windows System Administration

4.0

Graduation Requirements:
1. Complete department requirements.
2. Complete at least 18 units of General Education requirements.



Computer Network Engineering - Certificate
Department Requirements (Total Departmental Units: 35-37)

Core courses: 29 Units

05-06 No.

Title

Units

CNEE 101

Intro to Computer Network Technology

3.0

CNEE 102

PC Repair I: Hardware

3.0

CNEE 105

Network Wiring and Cabling

3.0

CNEE 106

 Telecommunications and WAN

2.0

CNEE 110

Networking Essentials 

4.0

CNEE 112

PC Repair II: Software

3.0

CNEE 120

Fundamentals of Network Security

3.0

CNEE 125

CCNA I: Intro to Networking & Routers

4.0

CNEE 126

CCNA II: Switching, Routing, and WAN

4.0

Plus 2 elective courses from the followings:  (6-8 units)

03-04 No.

Title

Units

CNEE 124

Internetworking and TCP/IP

4.0

CNEE 128

Fundamentals of Wireless LANs

3.0

CNEE 135

CCNP 1: Advanced Routing Configuration

4.0

CNEE 136

CCNP 2: Remote Access Networks

4.0

CNEE 137

CCNP 3: Multi-layer Switching

4.0

CNEE 138

CCNP 4: Internetwork Troubleshooting

4.0

CNEE 146

Network Security: Firewalls

4.0

CNEE 191

Internetworking Design I

3.0

CNEE 192

Internetworking Design II

3.0

CNEE 206

MS Windows Infrastructure

4.0

CNEE 207

MS Windows Security

4.0

CIS 105

Intro Operating Systems

4.0

CIS 201

Unix System Administration

4.0

CIS 206

MS Windows System Administration

4.0



Recommended Course Sequence
 

Recommended courses to begin the program.
No Prerequisites. 
These courses can be taken concurrently.
Basic computer skills recommended. 

CNEE
101

CNEE
102

CNEE
105

 CNEE
106

 CNEE
110

 

Advisories for these courses are CNEE 102 and/or CNEE 110. Students with computer networking background may take these courses concurrently with CNEE 102 and/or CNEE 110

CNEE
112

CNEE
120

CNEE
124

CNEE
125

 

 

CNEE 125 is a required course for these courses.

 CNEE
126

 CNEE
128

CNEE
145

CNEE
146

 CNEE
147

 

Advisories for these courses are CNEE 126 or CCNA Certification

CNEE
135

CNEE
136

CNEE
137

CNEE
144

CNEE
191

 

Advisories for these courses are CNEE 135, CNEE 136, and CNEE 137

CNEE
138

CNEE
192

 

 

 

 

Advisories for these courses are CNEE 110 and CIS 206

CNEE
206

CNEE
207

 

 

 

 



Preparation for Industry Certification
The Computer Network Engineering and Electronics Department offers courses that prepare students for industry-based certification.
 

 

Industry Certification

Courses

C-Tech

CNEE 105

A+

CNEE 102 and CNEE 112

N+

CNEE 110

Security+

CNEE 120 

CCNA

CNEE 125 and CNEE 126

CCDA

CCNA plus CNEE 191

CCNP

CCNA plus CNEE 135, CNEE 136, CNEE 137, and CNEE 138

CCDP

CCNA plus CNEE 135, CNEE 136, CNEE 137, and CNEE 192

Cisco Firewall Specialist

CCNA plus CNEE145 and CNEE 146

Cisco Wireless LAN Support Specialist

CCNA and CNEE 128

MCSA

CIS 206, CNEE 206, and CNEE 207



Skills Competency Awards
The Computer Network Engineering and Electronics Department also offers Skills Competency Awards for those students seeking job upgrades and/or industry-based certification.
 

 

Award

Courses

Computer Networking Technology (N+)

CNEE 106, CNEE 110, and CNEE 124

Cisco Networking Associate (CCNA)

CNEE 125 and CNEE 126

Cisco Networking Professional (CCNP)

CNEE 135, CNEE 136, CNEE 137, and CNEE 138



For further information please contact:

Angel Cardenas
Chair, CNEE
Office: A183
Phone: (805) 965-0581 Ext.  3063
E-mail: cardenas@sbcc.edu

Behzad Masooman
Department Laboratory Teaching Assistant
Office: A-182A
Phone: (805) 965-0581 Ext. 2753
E-mail: Masoom @sbcc.net


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Updated: September 2005