Why should you consider an associates in networking?

Associate of Applied Science - Networking Technology (60 - 61 credits)

In addition to providing you with your computer, technical skills, this program gives you foundations in business and communications, enabling you to understand and communicate in the business environment in order to effectively apply networking solutions.  Do you enjoy learning about new technologies and solving problems or appreciate what it takes to maintain computer system networks? Then this could be the degree program for you. The AS in Networking Technology will prepare you to install and upgrade hardware as well as configure workstation and server software. Our hands-on instruction and well-equipped labs provide instruction that is aligned with networking standards and vendor certifications from Microsoft, Cisco and CompTIA. 

Which class should I take? When should I take it?

See our Recommended Program Sequences:

Certification Course Credit

Davenport offers course credit for specific certifications you may hold. Obtaining a certificate demonstrates your knowledge in a specific technology area. In addition, it also indicates your dedication and motivation to professional development. For these reasons, certification exams are highly recommended after completing certificate related courses in Davenport's technology programs. See our certification page for additional information. 

Certifications Page

Some programs require a student to complete a portion of their degree plan off-campus. 
View a full list of those programs and courses