Networking

Individuals working in the computer networking field are responsible for both the physical and virtual aspects of a computer network. The network could include computers, routers and switches, printers, servers, voice over internet phones, and other office equipment. Network administrators typically work in an office environment, sitting at a desk for long periods of time or crouching down and reaching around computers and servers to work with network cables. They are typically mid-level support staff who do not usually interact directly with network users.

ADVANCED CISCO NETWORKING - Certificate

The Advanced CISCO Networking Certificate recognizes the advanced skills needed for job enhancement and promotion in today’s networking and Internet environment. It focuses on advanced knowledge and skills required for supervisory, management, and troubleshooting computer network operations. It prepares students for promotional positions in computer network design. Networking skills and experience are needed for network technical support staff, network administrators, network designers, network troubleshooters, and information systems security specialists.

NETWORK ADMINISTRATION - Certificate and Degree

The Network Administration Degree and Certificate of Achievement provide the skills needed in the networking environment. Focus is on the knowledge and skills required for day-to-day operation and management of computer networks. The Network Administration Degree and Certificate of Achievement prepare students for entry-level positions in computer network administration.

Networking skills and experience are needed for network technical support staff, network administrators, network designers, network troubleshooters, and information systems security specialists.

NETWORK DESIGN - Certificate and Degree

The Network Design Degree and Certificate of Achievement provides the skills needed in the networking environment. Focus is on the knowledge and skills required for day-to-day operation and management of computer networks. The Network Design Degree and Certificate of Achievement prepare students for entry-level positions in computer network design. Networking skills and experience are needed for network technical support staff, network administrators, network designers, network troubleshooters, and information systems security specialists.

Faculty Contact

Professor Tim Taylor

916-558-2416
TaylorT@scc.losrios.edu

Professor
Kevin Anderson

916-650-2926
AndersK@scc.losrios.edu

CIS Full-time Faculty

  • Kevin Anderson - Security, Core, Apps
  • Michael Dixon - Programming
  • Bruce Douglass - Apps, Core
  • Karen Parks - Apps, Core
  • Bryan Krofchok - Programming, Web, Core
  • Sandra Feder - Programming, Web, Core
  • Pat Hogarty - Core
  • Sheley Little - Web, Core, Apps
  • Laurie Smedley - Apps
  • Tim Taylor - Networking
  • Tim Wei - Programming
  • Amanda Zannakis - Programming, Core

CIS Adjunct Faculty

  • Lewis Bair - Core, Apps
  • Bill Beacon - Apps, Core
  • G. Bennett
  • P. Bryant - Apps
  • P. McGuire - Security
  • Thomas Moore - Apps, Core
  • Diane Perreault - Apps
  • Janelle Pettler - Core, Web
  • Matt Silveira, Security

Business & Computer Information Science Division

Division Hours

Monday through Thursday: 8:00am–6:00pm

Friday 8:00am–4:00pm

Division Website: scc.losrios.edu/buscis

Division Office - B213 Business Building

Phone: 916-558-2581

Dean of Business and Computer Information Science

Dr. Deborah L. Saks

Email: SaksD@scc.losrios.edu

Administrative Assistant

Sarah Eyanson

Email: EyansoS@scc.losrios.edu

Clerk

Margaret D'Cruz

Email: DCruzM@scc.losrios.edu

Sacramento City College
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822

916-558-2111

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Website created by students of CIS Web - CISW320 | Spring Semester 2014 | Website maintained by CISW Students/CIS Faculty | Last modified September 17, 2014