The Associate of Science in Network and System Administration degree program will provide graduates with a background in computer network and theory. It is a subset of the curriculum for the BS degree program and constitutes the first stage of a 2 + 2 program. Graduates will have the skills necessary to work with information technology infrastructure required in today’s businesses, with job titles that include system administrator, network system engineer, systems analyst, network analyst, network application developer and technical consultants.
System-wide General Education Requirement (18 Credits)
Institutional Graduation Requirement (6 Credits)
Majors must take CSC 150 as part of the Institutional Graduation Requirements.