Employment in computer networking ranges from assembling and repairing computers, to installation of network copper and fiber cabling systems, and attaching the computers to a network. Network technicians may also install network servers and server operating systems as well as troubleshoot and repair problems on these networks. Network administrators oversee the functioning of all network-attached devices including printers and publishing systems. Graduates of the networking technology program will qualify for entry level positions as network technicians, computer technicians and as network cable installers.
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