Networking Technology

Program starts August 22, 2022
admissions requirements

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

100% Online

Complete this 2-year degree 100% online

tuition costs

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

    OVERVIEW    

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

    Courses    

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


SEMESTER 1

  • AUNI 1300 - College Foundations

  • ANET 1300 - Hardware and Software Environment

  • ANET 1305 - Basics of Networking

  • AMAT 1300 - Mathematics I


SEMESTER 2

  • ACOM 1350 - Written Communication I

  • ANET 1350 - Introduction to Servers I

  • ANET 1355 - Physical Networks

  • ANET 1360 - Introcustion to Servers II


SEMESTER 3

  • ASFT 1300 - Foundations of Programming

  • AMAT 1355 - Mathematics II

  • ANET 2300 - Introduction to Linux Networking

  • ASFT 1305 - Working with Databases


SEMESTER 4

  • PHIL 1311 - Philosophy of the Human Person

  • ANET 2305 - Securing Information

  • ACOM 2300 - Basics of Writing II

  • ANET 2350 - Basics of IP Networking


SEMESTER 5

  • PHIL 2314 - Ethics

  • ANET 2355 - Configuring Email and Web Services

  • AUNI 2310 - Working with Diverse Groups

  • ANET 2370 - Advanced Networks

    CONTACT    

Interested in learning more about the Associate of Applied Science in Networking Technology program?

Contact Program Director Hali Chapman at

 hchapman@saintjoe.edu 

219-866-6000 ext. 2022

Networking Technology