Undergraduate Certificate in Network Technology

The Undergraduate Certificate in Network Technology is an introductory program where participants learn about designing, configuring, and maintaining computer networks. Upon completion of this program, you will have the skills and knowledge for various entry-level positions in the field of information technology and computer networking.

Possible careers may include IT technician, PC technician, computer network technician, network support technician, and computer support specialist. Graduates with this certificate can go on to complete their bachelor’s degree or immediately enter the workforce.

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Certificate Information

15 Credit hours
Minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 2.0

For more information specific to you and your situation, meet with your academic advisor and find your ideal pathway to complete your degree on time.

A student will acquire a strong background in problem-solving techniques by completing two computer programming courses designed specifically for computer science majors. The CSCI-C 201/C202 sequence is required for CSCI majors.

All courses are 3 credit hours and require a grade of C or better unless noted otherwise.


Core Courses

  • CSCI-C 201 Computer Programming II (4 credit hours)
  • CSCI-C 202 Computer Programming (4 credit hours)
  • CSCI-A 247 Network Technologies and Administration
  • CSCI-B 438 Fundamentals of Computer Networks (4 credit hours)


According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), undergraduate certificates are a great way to fast-track your career in an affordable way.

When time and money are a major concern, certificates allow recipients to gain skills in their field of choice in a relatively short period of time, usually less than a year, and for a price that won’t break the bank.

Many of IU Southeast’s certificate programs are stackable – meaning that you can use the credit hours earned for your certificate toward an associate or bachelor degree program.

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