Computer networking technicians with the right skills, training and certifications may be employed in a variety of industries, including schools, universities and colleges, insurance carriers, local governments, computer systems design and services and many other industries.*
Our associate degree program in Computer and Network Administration focuses on computer networking and support, network security practices, computer architecture, networking principles, and desktop and server operating systems and applications.* As they complete courses toward their degree, students can also be eligible to earn up to five Microsoft certifications and two CompTIA A+ certifications.
Courses are subject to change. For a complete list of courses, please review the campus catalog.