WOULD you like a career in NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE?
Our mobile devices keep us constantly connected to what matters – anytime, anywhere. Network administrators design, build, configure, monitor, troubleshoot and secure the wired and wireless devices that keep you online. In the Network Systems Technology - Network Infrastructure option A.S. program, you learn by doing. Your knowledge and skills progress through realistic hands-on courses taught by experienced industry professionals. Successful completion of this degree prepares you to take highly sought after industry certifications.
Students complete 15 general education hours and 45 major course hours from one of three specializations – cybersecurity, network infrastructure, network server administration. Degree seeking students also complete one or more college credit certificates as part of their program.
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