Network Systems Engineering Technology

The Associate of Science (AS) in Network Systems Engineering Technology provides students with the skills needed to enter the Network Infrastructure or Network Security industry. Both AS programs consist of 60 credit hours of which 17 hours are general education and 43 hours are program core courses. The program curriculum focuses on providing candidates with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, administer, and maintain computer network infrastructures across a variety of industries including product manufacturing, transportation, telecommunications, and business management.

The Network Systems Engineering Technology program also offers two industry-level certificates. These certificates can be completed in a standalone environment or as a part of the AS degree track. Each certificate focuses on a specific skill set used within the network LAN environment.