A bachelor’s degree is a unit of study that requires about four years of hard work and dedication to earn. Once students have earned their degree, they may have access to improved personal and professional opportunities.
Networks, comprising technology or organizations, are an increasingly important part of an ever more connected world. The study of networks involves many different disciplines, although often programs may focus on a specific discipline, such as mathematics or computer science.
The Bachelor of Engineering Information Technology in Networking and Systems Security (BEIT NSS) program is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to appl
The Bachelor of Engineering Information Technology in Networking and Systems Security (BEIT NSS) program is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to apply business principles and management practices with specialization in networking and systems security. Students pursuing this specialization will learn about information technology, knowledge management, information security, and information systems.
Emphasis on Networking and Systems Security
IST 426 Advanced Systems Administration
IST 445 Network Infrastructure and Services
IST 450 Directory Services and Infrastructure
IST 452 Messaging Infrastructure Management
IST 458 Routing and Switching Systems
Many businesses rely on network administrators to ensure the security of information, maintain computer networks and help troubleshoot problems that arise with computer s
Many businesses rely on network administrators to ensure the security of information, maintain computer networks and help troubleshoot problems that arise with computer systems. In this critical role, you have a direct impact on every department and every employee because the network infrastructure touches all aspects of the business. The network administration bachelor's degree program at American National University can help you prepare to take on these challenges and compete for mid-level positions such as network engineers, network administrator managers or network analysts in the enterprise.
Through coursework study, real-world learning scenarios and valuable exposure to industry-standard tools, you'll learn to design and administer networks focused on Microsoft® Windows Server 2012. The curriculum includes planning, designing, configuring and troubleshooting Microsoft® environments ranging from small, local networks to wide area integrated networks. Specific topics include virtualization and cloud computing technologies, unified communications and collaboration services, Linux and web server administration, and security and wireless networks architectures. Because our courses are modeled on professional certification standards, you can gain the educational background to help you prepare for Microsoft®, Cisco®, CompTIA certification examinations while earning your degree....