Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Networking
Our Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking program is offered 100% online. During this program, you’ll learn how to operate, configure and troubleshoot operating systems, mobile devices, PC hardware and software and more tech tools.
Beyond the technical aspects of the program, you’ll gain the necessary communication, leadership, human relations and employability skills required for success.
Our curriculum has been carefully designed to provide you with industry insights and hands-on training you won’t find anywhere else. At the end of your program, you’ll be eligible for entry-level employment in a wide range of industries.
Does the Program Provide National Certification Exam Preparation?
Yes. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking degree program offers all of the skills and knowledge required for various certification exams, including:
- CompTIA A+
- CompTIA Network+
- CompTIA Cloud+
- CompTIA Project+
- Healthcare-related certifications
These certifications can help you stand out from the crowd when you start looking for a new position after graduation.
How Does It Prepare Me for the Certification Exams?
During your program, you’ll learn from experienced instructors and gain hands-on training in the field of computer networking. This includes subject matter such as installing software, troubleshooting network issues and building networks.
After graduation, you’ll have the skills necessary to take and pass the required certification exams with confidence.
Computer Networking Bachelor’s Program Curriculum
- College Writing
- Abnormal Psychology
- Microcomputer Applications
- Data Management Foundations and Applications
- Scripting and Programming Foundations
- Implementing and Administering Network Solutions
- Cloud Deployment and Operations
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Introduction to Digital Device and Internet of Things
- Software Engineering
- Scripting, Automation and Scaling Tools
- Desktop Virtualization
- Cloud Applications
- Cloud Platform Solutions and Architecture
- Information Technology Capstone
- Managing Cloud Security
- Advanced Data Visualization
- Technical Communications
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, computer networking careers are expected to expand by 4% between now and 2029. This is due to the constant growth in technology and a need for professionals to protect critical networks.
With a degree in computer networking, you’ll have access to many career opportunities. For example, you could become a system administrator responsible for organizing, installing and troubleshooting computer systems. Or, you could become a network architect who designs LANs, WANs and intranets. The career opportunities are plentiful.
Bachelor of Science
After completion of this program, you’ll earn a Bachelor of Science degree.
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking
- 100% Online
- 75 weeks