The Wireless Networking Program is an award recognizing proficiency in wireless networking including design, IEEE 802.11 protocols, wireless security, and performing a site survey.
|Required Core Courses|
|CNIT R127||Wireless Networking Fundamentals||3|
|CNIT R120||Cisco CCNA Computer Networking I||4|
|or CNIT R144||CompTIA Network+ Fundamentals and Certification Preparation|
For more information, see Earn a Proficiency Award.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- List the public and private IPv4 ranges and default subnet masks for Class A, Class B, and Class C addresses.
- Demonstrate proficiency in configuring a wireless LAN network configuration utility to create a profile and connect to a specific SSID and specific encryption type.
- Demonstrate the ability to create a layered wireless security defense including strong encryption, MAC filter, complex admin password, and a non-broadcast SSID.
- Demonstrate soft skills including working in a team, organizing collected data, and presenting the results of a team wireless site survey project.