Computer Networks & Systems Associate Degree
Where To Go From Here
This program leads to an associate of applied science degree and provides hands-on and theoretical knowledge of networking, digital communications, microprocessor systems, real-time software for control applications and electronics, as well as experience in Cisco Networking.
Why This Degree
Students who earn an associate of applied science degree will be prepared for entry-level jobs in computer system hardware and network infrastructure such as system installation and configuration, network administration, and Internet support with annual wages beginning around $51,470. With experience and knowledge, there are opportunities to advance to more senior-level positions, such as network and computer systems administrators earning an average of $79,700 per year or computer network architects earning more than $100,000 annually.