Frequently Asked Questions

Computer Networking & Troubleshooting Technology - Associate of Applied Science

Q: How long is the Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology (CNTT) program?
A: The Associate of Science degree in CNTT is designed to be completed in 2 years if the student enrolls in 15 SCH each Fall and Spring semester.

Q: When can I begin the Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology (CNTT) program?
A: Students can enter the program in the Fall, Spring, or Summer semester.

Q: Is there an entrance examination required to enroll in the Computer Networking and Troubleshooting (CNTT) program?
A: No specific aptitude tests are required to be completed to apply to the CNTT program. You do need to meet the admission requirements of Lamar Institute of Technology and meet the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirements. Students who do not meet TSI requirements will be required to enroll in developmental education courses in addition to the degree requirements.

Q: Can the Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology (CNTT) program be completed online?
A: No, the extensive hands-on training that is received as a part of the CNTT program requires the student to attend face-to-face classes. However, the academic classes that are part of the degree requirement may be taken online.

Q: May I transfer a course into the program?
A: Courses will more than likely transfer into the program as long as you successfully completed the course receiving a grade of C or better at a regionally accredited college or university. The Registrar will review your transcripts for transfer courses.

Q: What types of financial aid are available to me?
A: The financial counselors here at Lamar Institute of Technology are more than happy to help you investigate funds available for your education. For information about financial aid, go to the Financial Aid link on our website. You can also apply for our numerous scholarships.