Connect With Mercer!

The Information Technology associate degree and associated Network Engineering Technology certificate of proficiency, based on guidelines from the Association for Computing Machinery, prepare students for jobs that support computing in a networked environment. These include entry-level positions as PC technicians, network administrators, help desk specialists, technical support specialists, and customer service representatives.

Dr. Winston Maddox
Professor / program coordinator
Office - ET106

The A.A.S. degree may also prepare students for transfer to career-oriented B.S. degree programs in IT administration, network engineering, and computer system support.  more

The certificate of proficiency is intended to provide the technical material covered in the A.A.S. degree. Certificate coursework may be applied toward the degree.  more

The Information Technology (and Cybersecurity concentration) and Network Engineering Technology programs at MCCC are partnered with the Cisco Academy, VMware Academy, Amazon AWS Academy, Linux Red Hat Academy, CompTIA Academy, Microsoft Azure Dev Tools, TestOut, and the National CyberWatch Center, to bring students the latest curriculum for industry certifications, including A+, NET+, Security+, Cisco CCNA, Microsoft MCP, and CEH in-demand training.

The Computer Support Specialist micro-credential provides an introduction to entry-level information technology positions. Successful completion of credits from this Certificate of Achievement can be applied toward the Information Technology degree program more

Networking Technology

Visit the MCCC
OneStop Center

Course Registration  ★  Admission Application  ★  Financial Aid  ★  Transfer & Career Services  ★  Advisement & Success Coaching   ★  Tuition Payment or Payment Plan  ★  much more!

Visit now!