Computer Repair and Networking Courses

Summer 2014


Fall 2014


PC Tech: Repair/Troubleshoot

Focus on the practical skills needed to be a successful computer technician and prepare for CompTIA's A+ certification exam (in combination with CMT 151). This hands-on class will teach you the techniques needed to diagnose hardware problems, configure PC components, and replace defective computer parts. You will learn how to install and configure a variety of hardware components with an emphasis on customer service techniques. Required: "Intro to Personal Computing" or equivalent work experience with a PC. (Textbook Required

Fee: $324 Senior Adult Fee: $179 Materials Fee: $95 Registration Fee: $8

CMT-150-C | 09/08/14-12/15/14 | K. Weil-Yates | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


PC Tech: Operating Systems

Installing and configuring operating systems is a fundamental competence for anyone planning to service a computer or obtain A+ certification (in combination with CMT 150). Learn the concepts and develop the skills needed to install and support Windows-based operating systems. CMT 150 or equivalent work experience required. (Textbook Required)

Fee: $324 Senior Adult Fee: $179 Materials Fee: $95 Registration Fee: $8

CMT-151-C | 09/24/14-12/10/14 | K. Weil-Yates | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


CCNA: Networking 1

Participants are introduced to the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks as part of the Cisco Networking Academy. The principles and structure of IPv4 and v6 addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations provide a foundation for the curriculum. Introductory router/switch device configuration skills are also included. Prerequisite: A+ certification or equivalent work experience. Must have a personal computer and Internet access (broadband is recommended) for webinars and online content. NOTE: orientation meeting on Saturday, 9/6/14 10:00am to 1:00pm in STEM 110 at Hagerstown Community College.

Fee: $442 Senior Adult Fee: $265 Materials Fee: $95 Registration Fee: $8

CMT-355-C | 09/08/14-10/25/14 | J. Drooger | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register


CCNA: Networking 2

Examine the architecture, components, and operation of routers and switches, and apply the principles of routing and switching to devices. Students analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot the primary routing protocols of EIGRP and OSPF using IPv4 and v6. By the end of this course, you will be able to recognize and correct common routing and switching problems. Prerequisite: CCNA: Networking 1. Must have a personal computer and Internet access (broadband is recommended) for webinars and online content.

Fee: $442 Senior Adult Fee: $265 Materials Fee: $95 Registration Fee: $8

CMT-356-D | 10/27/14-12/13/14 | J. Drooger | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register