Program Overview

The Networking program prepares you for an exciting and fast-paced career. Information Technology has become a major industry in the United States. Many applications are required to gather, store, manipulate, and move information through computers and networks. Information technology personnel are responsible for managing and operating a computer network and troubleshooting client/server issues. Students will learn to work with hardware (computers and cables), software (operating systems and applications), and support end-user needs. Students completing this program have the opportunity to gain various industry certifications, including A+ and CCENT. Students will be familiar with computer networking, computer repair and troubleshooting, and have experience with computer programming.

Career Opportunities

  • Network Support Specialist
  • Network Control Technician
  • Hardware/Telecom Field Support Technician
  • LAN/WAN Technician
  • Network Specialist
  • Network Systems Technician
  • Network Cabling Installation Technician
  • CISCO Networking Academy
  • Technical Support Help Desk
  • CISCO Engineer


  • Work Keys
  • International NET+ or CCENT
  • A+

Student Organization

Business Professionals of America

Helpful Attributes & Abilities

  • Suggested grade levels before entering program: Math – 10.5, Reading – 11.0
  • Good problem solving skills
  • Good at working with hands
  • Teamwork
  • Safety-oriented
  • Good work ethic with positive attitude
  • Strong interpersonal & communication skills
  • Good self control

Program Length

Networking Diploma – 960 hours


Monday through Friday classes. Full or half day scheduling available.

Who Can Enroll

High school juniors or seniors

How To Enroll

Contact Matthew Songer, Marketing Specialist, at 918.331.3333 or
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