Do you want to be part of building the next iteration of our online world? Then a career in the fast-paced world of computer networking could be for you. A solid educational foundation will make you a stronger candidate for desirable jobs, and that foundation is built on a degree from Cambridge.
Students seeking a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Networking from Cambridge will need to complete these prerequisites:
- High school diploma, GED or equivalent
- Associate’s degree (not required, but will allow you to finish the Bachelor’s program quicker)
- Speak with a Cambridge advisor
- Complete the enrollment application
Every student who comes to Cambridge to study for a computer networking degree has a different level of experience and familiarity with the IT world. The program is an excellent fit for students who have an interest in or prior knowledge of:
- TCP/IP protocol and its layer model
- Python, C++, C#, PHP and other computer programming languages
- Basic search algorithms
- Operating systems
- Virtual machines
Cambridge’s computer networking Bachelor’s degree program blends technical education with highly useful “soft skills” that prepare you for life as a working IT professional. The curriculum includes everything from scripting and programming to writing and psychology.
You’ll earn your degree in 75 weeks and you can take your courses 100% online.
Computer networking skills are highly desirable in today’s job market. All but the smallest companies need computer networking expertise on staff. With a combination of your education and a little work experience, you’ll be in a position for a career as a:
- Systems administrator
- Network manager
- Network architect
- Network auditor
- Systems analyst
- Information security consultant
- Network engineer
Before you decide which program you would like to pursue, be sure to speak with a Cambridge advisor. Our advisors love helping students choose the right study path, and no two students are the same. Whether you ultimately choose a certificate, an Associate’s degree or a Bachelor’s degree, you’ll always have Cambridge advisors to rely on throughout your educational experience.
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