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.*
Students can obtain a career-focused associate degree in Computer and Network Administration. As they complete courses toward their degree, students can also be eligible to earn up to five Microsoft certifications and two CompTIA A+ certifications.*
Good listening, problem-solving, and communication skills can help you in this field, along with solid knowledge about how to install, configure, maintain, and support local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN), Internet systems, and wireless configurations that use a variety of network operating systems.
10% growth forecast from 2018 through 2028
Faster than the average for all occupations
An associate degree or post-secondary classes may be needed for some jobs in this field. Some new hires may also enter a company-specific training program that lasts for several months before they begin their regular duties.
Our Garland, Texas, college is located in a growing section of the Metroplex northeast of Dallas. We’re easily accessible – and well known – to the businesses and residents of Dallas, Garland, Mesquite, Sachse, Rockwall, Wylie, Balch Springs, and the surrounding communities.
The Computer and Network Administration Degree Program provides training in computer networking, including how to install, configure, maintain, and support local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN), Internet systems, and wireless configurations that use a diversity of network operating systems. This Program also includes training in fundamental security best practices and a number of Microsoft Active Directory principles. In addition, the curriculum includes a study of general computer science, including computer architecture, networking principles, and desktop and server operating systems and applications.
The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions such as network operator, network support technician, computer help desk specialist, computer support specialist, and information technology support specialist.
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.
Our degree program gives you a chance to earn up to five Microsoft certifications and two additional CompTIA certifications as you work through our program. Career possibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
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