The Associate in Science Degree in Networking Services Technology is designed to prepare students for employment as a network administrator and in other networking positions. Upon completing the program, the students will be able to design, implement, and manage local area and wide area networks based on several network operating systems. The students will be trained utilizing industry standards, business platforms, and operating systems. To enable the student to work effectively in modern business environments, the program stresses the development of student skills in written and oral communication, human relations, management, and business operations.
Networking Services Technology Graduates May Earn:
An entry level worker can expect to earn $42,040 ($20.21 per hour), while an experienced worker can expect to earn $88,030 ($42.32 per hour).*
* Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation retrieved April 2011.
- Cabling Specialist
- IT Specialist
- Network Control Operator
- Data Communication Analyst
- Network Manager/Systems Analyst/Technician
- Computer Security Specialist
- Help Desk Specialist
Refer to specific courses listed in this Catalog.