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Networking

Networking Degree Programs

You can build the fastest, most sophisticated computer possible—but if it’s not networked, it’s not going to realize its full potential as a tool. 
 
Organizations of all types need professional networking expertise on hand to effectively connect colleagues and customers to data, and to keep their IT assets up to date with the latest networking products and practices. 
 
In order to meet the need for qualified networking professionals, our IT schools offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs related to computer networking.
 
Growing Need Should Fuel Growing Opportunity
 
Opportunities within the computer networking field are expected to grow over the next ten years. For example, the Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates that network and systems administration services will add 78,900 job openings through 2018, a 23% increase over current levels.*
 
Computer Networking Degrees: What You Can Learn
 
At all levels, our IT schools teach students fundamentals of networking hardware and software, along with project management and other professional competencies. Topics covered may include:
 
  • Network architecture and design
  • Networking administration
  • TCP/IP
  • Troubleshooting and testing
  • Operating systems and software
  • Network security
 
The depth and complexity of course topics will depend on the level of the degree. Associate degree programs are an entry-level support qualification, bachelor degrees an entry-level team qualification, and master’s degrees are for experienced professionals who hold a bachelor’s degree.
 
Our Networking Degree Programs
 
Browse the list below to find the networking-related IT degree that’s right for you!
 
AIU - Houston
Bachelor Degree Network Administration
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AIU - Online
Bachelor Degree Network Administration
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Brown College - Mendota Heights
Associate Degree Networking and Computer Technology
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CTU - Colorado Springs
Master's Degree Enterprise Information Systems
Master's Degree Network Management
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CTU - Online
Bachelor Degree Network Management
Master's Degree Enterprise Information Systems
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Brown College - Brooklyn Center
Associate Degree Networking and Computer Technology
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To learn more about our IT degree programs focused on networking, fill out the form to the right today!

*Estimates given are projected national averages. Local markets will vary. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, Computer Network, Systems, and Database Administrators, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos305.htm (visited September 02, 2011).