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Network Technology

Welcome from the Program Chair

CCBC is training the next generation of network technologists. Success in the dynamic field of network technology demands a well-rounded student. CCBC offers a broad range of courses to prepare students for a rewarding new future in network technology. CCBC emphasizes technical skills as well as skills to enable our students to articulate and implement thoughts and ideas. Our students can attain certificates in networking and computer- related technologies including Microsoft (MCSA, MCSE), Cisco (CCNA), CompTIA (A+, Network +, Security+), Linux (RHCT) and information technology support.

The Associates of Applied Science degree in network technology prepares our students to work with the latest technologies including Windows and Linux servers, network security, Cisco technologies, wireless systems, Voice over IP, as well as other skills necessary for the network professional.

Students are our first priority in the network technology programs at CCBC. We want to help guide you toward a rewarding future.

— Noell Damron, Program Chair

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Noell Damron, Program Chair
ndamron@ccbcmd.edu
443-840-2811

Ben Mayock
bmayock@ccbcmd.edu
443-840-4147

Greg Schmidt
gschmidt@ccbcmd.edu
443-840-4916

Dan Whitaker
dwhitaker@ccbcmd.edu
443-840-2517

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News and Events

CCBC Camp Preps Teens For Cybersecurity Careers

The United States is facing a severe shortage of cybersecurity experts - people trained to help track and protect critical computer data.

In an effort to help fill the gap and attract high school students, the Community College of Baltimore County held a cybersecurity camp from July 11-15, 2011 for high school students who may be on track to becoming the next group of experts.