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Modern technology plays a role in virtually every aspect of the professional world. Whether in education, business, manufacturing, or elsewhere, the need for functional computer networks continues to grow. As the reliance on computer networks grows, so does the reliance on skilled IT professionals. The Networking Technology associate degree program at Bryant & Stratton College prepares students to fill a networking position in the information technology field through a diverse education that focuses on the theory and hands-on practice utilized by IT professionals.
Students will gain the skills necessary to install, configure, secure, administer, and troubleshoot network systems. Additional focus is placed on networking components and experience working with modern voice and data networks. Students work through simulation labs that adhere to current trends and practices within the field.
Graduates of the Networking Technology associate degree program will be prepared and encouraged to take three certification exams which stand out to employers. The exams include CompTIA A+, Security+ and Network+ as the program's curriculum fulfills the requirements assessed by those exams.
The Networking Technology associate degree program provides students with the ability to:
The growing dependence on the internet means that the field of networking technology remains steady. Graduates with a Networking Technology associate degree may find employment as network administrators, IT coordinators, or network technicians. They may provide technical support for organizations in a range of industries including finance, medicine, and government.
Major Requirements (39 credits)
To learn more about the IT Networking associate degree please refer to our course catalog.