The Networking Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree program will teach students how to configure and maintain network hardware and software, troubleshoot and analyze problems, as well as monitor networks to ensure optitimum availability and efficiency for all system users. Students will also address managing users, shared resources, and various other network components like routers and switches in LANS, WANS, and wireless network environments.
As an IT-Networking student you will have the opportunity to take a series of exciting classes to prepare you for your future career.
TECH100 Business Information Systems Principles
TECH130 Hardware and Operating Systems
TECH140 Networking Fundamentals
NETW150 Routing and Switching in Networked Environment
NETW200 Networking with Windows Operating System
NETW210 Networking with UNIX/LINUX Network Operating Systems
NETW220 Wireless Networks and WAN’s
NETW240 Network Security and Forensic Fundamentals
NETW250 Network Design and Implementation
The following are career focused courses required for the networking technology degree. Additional courses not listed here may need to be taken to meet the required amount of major elective credits in this category. Students must also meet the required amount of liberal arts credits established as graduation requirements from Bryant & Stratton College.
Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 60
Bryant & Stratton College prepares you for a successful career in the field of IT-Networking by teaching you the following types of skills:
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|Room & Board:||$0.00|
|Books & Supplies:||$3,900.00|
|Related Occupation||SOC* Code and Website Link|
|Network & Computer Systems Administrator||15-1071.00|
|Computer Support Specialists||15-1041.00|
|Computer Systems Analyst||15-1051.00|
|Computer, Automated teller, & Office Machine Repairers||49-2011.00|
On-Time Completion Rate: N/A
Normal Time to complete program: 2 Years
Median Title IV Debt: $0.00
Median Private Debt: $0.00
Number of students completing program between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010: 0
Number of students completing with any student loan debt: 0
*Standard Occupational Code
**completed using Sept 2011 tuition rate. Completing program within normal time. Two years used for AAS, 2.5 years used for Nursing degrees, and 4 years for BBA/BS.