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Associate of Applied Science in

Networking Technology



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Networking Technology Degree Program

essential information


program fees

  • Tuition costs for the Associate of Applied Science program is $600 per Course for a total of $12,000

  • FAFSA eligible

Class info

  • 2-year program100% online

  • Completed online application and High school diploma or record of General Education Development Test (GED) required

why pursue a career in Networking Technology

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), network specialists earn an average annual salary of $57,910 and work in a fast growing profession. The BLS also estimates that at least 56,400 new jobs will be needed in this profession by 2031.

about the degree program

Practically every organization in the world relies on a solid network of computers to function. Network administration professionals perform essential support work managing and maintaining computer networks.


The 100% online Associate of Applied Science in Networking Technology, offered through a unique partnership, gives you the knowledge and skills to set up, monitor and troubleshoot local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs).


While it can take 4 years or longer to earn a bachelor’s degree, you can complete coursework on your schedule and earn your associate degree within 2 years. You’ll finish the program empowered with highly marketable skills for a rewarding career in network administration.


With an online associate degree instead of a four-year bachelor’s degree, you can start your career in technology sooner. This program prepares you for a variety of careers, including:

  • Network technician

  • Network administrator

  • Network designer

course topics


​This is a 60-hour program with each course representing 3 credit hours


  • AUNI 1300 - College Foundations

  • ANET 1300 - Hardware and Software Environment

  • ANET 1305 - Basics of Networking

  • AMAT 1300 - Mathematics I



  • ACOM 1350 - Written Communication I

  • ANET 1350 - Introduction to Servers I

  • ANET 1355 - Physical Networks

  • ANET 1360 - Introduction to Servers II



  • ASFT 1300 - Foundations of Programming

  • AMAT 1355 - Mathematics II

  • ANET 2300 - Introduction to Linux Networking

  • ASFT 1305 - Working with Databases


  • PHIL 1311 - Philosophy of the Human Person

  • ANET 2305 - Securing Information

  • ACOM 2300 - Basics of Writing II

  • ANET 2350 - Basics of IP Networking



  • PHIL 2314 - Ethics

  • ANET 2355 - Configuring Email and Web Services

  • AUNI 2310 - Working with Diverse Groups

  • ANET 2370 - Advanced Networks


start dates


Fall 2023

August 14, 2023

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