Telecommunications Management Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

Information Technology (IT) represents the actual driving force behind the current advances we enjoy in the area of internet and information technology. Networking specialists are highly needed to figure out how to keep all of the various data devices in today’s organizations connected to each other.

According to the World Wide Learn web site, the networking specialist major is ranked among the ten top jobs for the next decade and beyond.


  • Meet the University Admission Requirements
  • Pass Five Required Courses
  • Pass One Elective Course
  • Register for the CCNA Exam
  • Obtain A+ Certificate
  • Obtain Network + OR CWSP
Required Courses
Course Term Delivery Format
LIMS 5350: Informatics Essentials OR IT5220: Computer Systems Technologies Spring Face-to-Face or Hybrid
LIMS 5233: Networking Fundamentals for Information Specialists Fall Face-to-Face
IT 5333: Network Configuration II Spring Face-to-Face
IT 5334: Network Practicum I Summer I Face-to-Face or Hybrid
IT 5344: Network Practicum II Summer II Face-to-Face, Hybrid, or Online
Elective Courses
IT 4350: Wireless Networks Security and Design Fall
T&ED 4445: Network Administration Technologies Fall Face-to-Face or Hybrid
LIMS 5347: Internet Publishing for Information Specialists Fall/Spring/
Face-to-Face, Hybrid, or Online

Need more information, contact an advisor:
Chicago State University
9501 S. King Street
Education 208
Chicago, Illinois 60628
Phone: 773.821.2441
Fax: 773.995.3866