Cyber Security and Network Defense

Computer Repair and Enterprise Network Support

*This program is no longer accepting applications.  Please refer to our new program Cyber Security and Network Defense which is now accepting applications.

Learn what it takes to repair and manage computers and network systems.


The Computer Repair & Enterprise Network Support program provides students a strong background in computer hardware and excellent opportunities for entry level IT employment. Learn to install, configure and troubleshoot computer systems and software on a stand-alone and networked computers, manage Microsoft network infrastructure, and how to integrated mobile devices into an enterprise environment.


Employment Opportunities

Businesses with computer systems, PC service companies, Businesses with PC and/or computer network needs, Businesses with an IT Department, Governmental Agencies, Schools, Educational Facilities, Oklahoma Department of Human Services

Computer Repair and Enterprise Network Support Majors

About this Occupation

Computer network technicians are excellent problem solvers and life-long learners. Successful professionals in this field have strong reading skills and analytical abilities, enjoy reading about new software and technologies, and recognize that they will have to renew certifications throughout their career as new ones become available and older ones are outdated. Perseverance and strong people skills are also important characteristics for success in this field.

Learn from Experienced Instructors

Darin Lackey

Computer Repair and Enterprise Network Support instructor

Dr. Darin Lackey is the instructor for Computer Repair and Enterprise Network Support program at the Portland Campus. Dr. Lackey joined the Francis Tuttle family from Metro Technology Centers in Oklahoma City, where he was a Computer Repair instructor. Prior to that he worked in the IT industry for many years. Dr. Lackey earned his Master’s degree in Adult Education and Community Service from the University of Central Oklahoma. He earned his Doctoral degree in School Administration from Oklahoma State University.