||Introduction to VoIP Telephony Integration Courses|
Courses are conducted at Jenne University, Jenne Distributors, Avon, Ohio.
These 5-day, 2 credit hour courses are offered for Avaya and Panasonic equipment.
Computer Maintenance and Networking
Computer maintenance and networking engineering technologists install, maintain and repair computer systems, networks and associated equipment. Along with a broad, general electronics background, students are given comprehensive information and training in computer system structure, peripheral device operation, installation procedures, and troubleshooting practices through this extensive, hands-on curriculum. Typical job titles include computer systems specialist, computer maintenance technician, field service representative, installation technician, field engineer, systems integrator and applications specialist.
Network communications technology engineers design, install, test, and manage local and wide area networks. Additional topics covered in the coursework include software installation, multimedia development fundamentals, and web page design. Varieties of elective courses are available to augment the program.
The Computer Maintenance and Networking (CMNW) program in the Engineering Technologies division offers state-of-the-art instruction and practical hands-on experience in computer science, computer systems, networking technologies and A+ certification.
|CMNW Program Educational Objectives |
|Graduates of the Computer Maintenance and Networking program major will:
I. Be prepared to function effectively in the computer maintenance and networking fields by applying relevant technical knowledge and technical skills in: Basic electronics, programming, operation, installation, maintenance, selection, and optimization of computer systems, computer networks and associated hardware and software systems.
II. Demonstrate a high standard of professional ethics, attitudes, and values.
III. Communicate effectively and work collaboratively in teams.
IV. Be prepared to pursue higher education and value lifelong learning.
|EET/CMNW Department Goals:|
- The EET/CMNW department will maintain a student centered learning environment that helps students develop professionally into the sought after graduates in the computer maintenance and networking fields in this region.
- The EET/CMNW department will create, expand, and continuously improve courses and programs relating to the focus of the department.
- The CMNW department will actively assist faculty growth, development and partnership.
|CMNW Program Outcomes|
|At graduation, CMNW students must:
Demonstrate knowledge, techniques, skills, and use of the appropriate tools in computer maintenance and networking applications to include basic electronics, programming, operation, installation, maintenance, selection, and optimization of computer systems, computer networks and associated hardware and software systems.
Apply math, science, and engineering technology principles to problems in computer maintenance and networking applications.
Complete laboratory exercises and write technical lab reports with recommendations for improvement.
Use creativity in the design of computer programs, computer networks, diagnostics solutions, and data communication systems.
Work productively as an individual and as a member of a problem solving team in an engineering environment.
Recognize problems in computer maintenance and networking applications and develop appropriate solutions.
Effectively communicate technical ideas and problem solving decisions with others.
Recognize the need to maintain currency in the computer maintenance and networking career field through a commitment to lifelong learning.
Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior, and social responsibilities in a diverse and global workplace.
Demonstrate respect for diversity and an understanding of the impact of social and global issues when dealing with technical problems.
Demonstrate commitment to quality, timeliness and continuous improvement.
Following is a short list of some of the technologies and skills covered in our courses and laboratories:
||Course in Which the|
Topic is Covered
||CMNW 222 |
|Wireless communications, installation and troubleshooting
||CMNW 220 and CMNW 241 |
|Satellite communications, dish and receiver installation and troubleshooting
|Fiber optics communications, installation and troubleshooting
||CMNW 220 |
||CMNW 241 and CMNW 222 |
|C-Programming for hardware interfacing
||CMNW 221 |
|C++ Object Oriented programming for hardware interfacing
||CMNW 221 |
|Linux operating system
||CMNW 241 and CMNW 221 |
||CMNW 141 |
|Advanced computer diagnostics
||CMNW 241 |
|LAN Design, optimization and diagnostics
||CMNW 145 |
||ELCT 121 |
||CMNW 220 |
||CMNW 101 and CMNW 201 |
See why LCCC is the best place to start your new career:
All Credits earned in the Certificate of Completion apply towards the Certificate of Proficiency, and all credits earned in the Certificate of Proficiency apply towards the Associate degree with no loss of credits
CMNW graduates are accepted in all of the state of Ohio universities into their respective technology fields of study and are concurrently accepted into Toledo University's Computer Science and Engineering Technology
degree (CSET) which is offered locally at the LCCC campus. Upon graduation from LCCC students will be apply all credits earned towards LCCC's CMNW program toward the first three years of course requirements at Toledo's CSET program.
Laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art technology tools.
Small class size that provides ample faculty/student interaction.
For more information, contact:
CMNW Program Coordinator
Room AT 116G
Room AT 116F
Room AT 116E
Room A 116Z