Network Management

Want to keep the world wired, wireless, and connected? Connect with us and learn how to build, troubleshoot and repair complex LANs and WANs in all types of organizations. You will be prepared for employment in entry-level jobs as local area network managers, network operators, network analysts, and network technicians. Networking is one of the top jobs with the most growth worldwide. The national average salary for IT infrastructure professionals is $85,893.

Credentials available: Associate of Applied Science Degree in Networking and Certificate in Routing and Switching.

Things to Consider: Students get hands-on experience with technologies such as wireless controllers, thin access points, firewall appliances, Linux, VMware, cloud computing, and cloud storage. Nearly all companies use computer technology of some sort. Nearly all companies use technology that must communicate with other technologies. These technologies require skilled technicians to create IT network infrastructures, manage network components, and troubleshooting network components. This means nearly every organization is a potential source of employment for graduates with this degree.

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Curriculum Courses by Semester

Network Management Degree (A25590N)
Network Management – Cybersecurity Concepts Certificate (C25590CC)
Network Management – Network Support Certificate (C25590NU)
Network Management – Network Systems Certificate (C25590NY)
Network Management – Systems and Hardware Support (C25590HX)

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology
BSIT Degree – Two years at WCC and two years at ECU.

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Network Management