Computer Maintenance and Networking

student repairing computer

Grayson College’s program prepares students to support computers in a networked environment. Students become familiar with computer hardware, software and networking functionality, and will be prepared to take the COMPTIA, A+, Network+ and Server+ exams.

GC offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Maintenance and Networking which is the culmination of the certificates along with the core curriculum to produce a well-rounded employee. The Grayson College training offers the following Certificates of Completion options:

Computer Network Administration - prepares the student to pass the Microsoft Certified System Administrator exams. This program covers basic networking fundamentals, LINUX, Microsoft Operating Systems, and server administration. Students will also be qualified to take the A+ and Network+ exams.

Computer Network Technician - prepares students to pass the Network+ exam. This certificate covers basic networking fundamentals, LINUX, Windows 7, hardware devices and protocols. Students will also be qualified to take the A+ exam at the end of the second semester.

A+ Certificate Training for Computer Support Technician - This one=year program prepares students for a career in the computer industry. It provides a comprehensive preparation for the A+ exam, an internationally recognized credential for computer maintenance technicians. 

Students may also enroll in many of these courses through the College’s Continuing Education division for non-credit experience and knowledge.