Degree in Networking

Students performing a traceroute in the INT lab
Information networking and telecommunications (INT) is a technology field that specializes in connecting all forms of devices to the Internet. INT professionals in networking/telecom positions make the Internet work.



As an administrator of information networking and telecommunications (INT), you could:
Students in the information networking and telecommunications lab
Students cabling a network in the INT lab
  • Manage web servers
  • Analyze traffic to fend off hackers
  • Link employees in your company to wireless
  • Manage routers and switches in a data center
  • Implement services like YouTube or GMail
  • Help your business interconnect to resources 
  • Setup and manage your company's voice network (videoconferencing, VoIP, telephony, unified messaging)

Our field is growing, growing, GROWING... According to the US Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics the fastest growing occupations from 2004 to 2014 include:
  • Network systems and data communication analysts
  • Network and computer systems administrators

Our 4-year degree program is a mixture of technical and managerial content which gives our students an edge in the information technology world. In our program, there is no computer programming, just networking.


    Managerial Content:
  • Information networking and telecommunications literacy
  • Project management
  • Leadership and management
  • Information networking law and public policy
  • Trends and Issues
  • Internship
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Network cables in the information networking and telecommunications lab
    Technical Content:
  • Electricity/Electonics
  • LAN/WAN Network Design
  • Internetworking
  • Switching & Routing
  • Network Security & Identity Management
  • Telephony & VoIP
  • Internship