Networking

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Networking

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A Telecommunications Systems Technology Option

The fast growth of the Internet and computer connectivity has created significant new opportunities. In recent years, the microcomputer network has become a critical component of the corporate computing environment. With such a rapid expansion of local area networks in offices and homes, there has been an increase in the demand for professionals who possess a broad understanding of local-area and wide-area technologies, such as VOIP (Voice over IP), Wireless and Optical Technologies. Students gain the ability to integrate them into a seamless network.

The Networking option of the Telecommunications Systems Technology program is designed to focus on market demands for entry-level network specialists in Local Area Networks, Wide Area Networks, wireless networks and especially in the area of network administration and routing.

Articulation Agreements

Established agreements provided students with the option of transferring to New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), DeVry University, SUNY Institute of Technology or Rochester Institute of Technology. Students should check with the Transfer Office about the latest articulation agreements with this program.
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