Duration :1 Academic Year (incl. scheduled breaks)
Total Credits : 120
Campus : Auckland, Christchurch
Time-table : 4 hours a day / 20 hours per week
The Diploma in Networking (Level 7) prepares learners for professional positions in the specialized areas of computer networking, or for further studies in the fields of computer networks and Information Technology.
Provided by the Abacus Institute of Studies, this programme is available by class room learning, allowing you to study regular class hours.
The programme is aimed at learners with prior qualifications or experience in the areas of computer networking and Information Technology and who wish to acquire specific knowledge and skills to pursue a specialist career in Computer Networks in New Zealand, or for further studies in this area.
IT Service Management
Computer Network Principles
Computer Network Design
ICT Project Management
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We have exceptional academic and support staff that make every effort to ensure you succeed as a student. Our staff will support you every step of the way. Our classes are small, and we offer a range of support services to ensure you achieve your study and career aspirations.
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