College Tech Prep Program - Fairfield Career Center
Be the one they call for help.
Would you like to help “bridge the gap” between technology and everyday computer users? If so, a career in computer and network support is for you!
In Computer & Network Support Technology, students study computer repair and maintenance, installation and use of application software, as well as network design, installation, security, and troubleshooting. Students will work toward a variety of certifications from CompTIA, Cisco, and Microsoft.
Students interested in this program should have a strong math foundation. College preparatory coursework and the completion of Algebra I by the start of the program are also recommended.
Learn at fiber-optic speed.
Most employers are seeking candidates with a two- to four-year degree to work in this field. Get a jump start on college with the availability of college credits.
To learn more about college credits at Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools, please visit our college credit
Get the know-how.
Become skilled at building and repairing computers, in addition to designing, installing, and securing both wired and wireless computer networks. Test your skills in our simulation pods through real-world scenarios in which you get the chance to build and troubleshoot your own networks complete with servers, routers, switches, and wireless access points.
- application software installation & use
- computer and network security
- network design
- network configuration