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The Bachelors of Applied Science Degree in Network Administration is for students seeking a career in Network Administration, System Administration, Network Engineering, IT management or Network Technology. The degree serves students who have earned an Applied Associates Degree, or those who have working experience in a related field. Classes are a mix of face to face, online, lab-intensive and hybrid instruction methods. Topics covered include Cisco Networking, wireless networking, IA/computer security, VoIP, ethics, budgeting, supervising work teams, research, statistics and technical writing, ensuring that you leave the program ready to work in the field.
Communicate, design and apply traditional network topologies including modern networking topologies, such as Cloud environments and other software defined networking and security concepts.
Demonstrate and implement a diverse networking environment including, multiple operating systems, system software, network services, network security and network protocols.
Describe, analyze and troubleshoot network traffic, including hardware and software components of computer networks.
Analyze and implement security concepts, confidentiality, availability and integrity within the context of network systems as well as other network security standards.
The courses for discipline specific outcomes will be:
NETV 375: Advanced Routing and WAN Technology-Spring
NETV 379: Cloud Computing-Fall
NETV 371: Network Security Principles-Spring
NETV 479: Wireless Networking and Security-Fall
NETV 388: Cyber Investigations and Forensics-Spring
NETV ***: Network and Vulnerability Scanning
(course number pending)
Electives include: (pick 2)
NETV 378: System Administration-Spring
NETV 404 Budgeting -Fall
NETV 435: Cyber Threat Intelligence-Spring
NETV 385: Introduction to Cyber Operations-Fall
NETV 477: Advanced Computer Forensics-Fall
NETV 496: Special Topics in Cybersecurity-Spring
Assessment activities are under discussion. The program has a 3 to 4 year roll out of changes to take place and update to a more modern day Network Administration program.