Computer Networking (Bellingham Technical College)

The Computer Network Technology program at Bellingham Technical College trains students for positions such as network technician, network specialist, network administrator, and network security administrator, or Local Area Network (LAN) technician. Students will learn how to manage computer networks, troubleshoot and repair computer systems, and design, install, and maintain LANs. Graduates will find employment opportunities with computer support firms or with small-sized to large-sized companies that use computer networks, such as financial institutions, insurance companies, schools and universities, a range of corporations, and federal, state, and local government agencies.

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