Get ready to learn a plethora of skills to design, build, and maintain information technology and network systems!
The associate of science degree in network administration is a composed of a combination of courses that provide entry-level skills in areas such as network design and administration and network configuration. The course work emphasizes Windows and A+ training. This program is designed to prepare graduates for entry-level employment in network administration.
The Information Technology Networking, Web Design and Programming Bachelor’s Degree Program includes courses in all three of the subject disciplines. Students receive specific skills in networking, web design, and programming (including such areas as C++, SQL, JAVA programming, creating web databases and advanced web designs, and Windows and A+ training), all of which are necessary in information technology supervisory or managerial roles. Specific concentration learning areas will prepare students for careers in IT helpdesk, systems administration or networking, web design or programming.
The Bachelor Degree program in Information Technology with emphasis in Cyber Security introduces students to a variety of topics, such as assessing the security vulnerability of computer and network systems, various computer and network safeguarding solutions, and managing the implementation and maintenance of security devices, systems, procedures and counter measures. As a graduate of the program, students will be prepared for a career as a developer of security design, information assurance expert, computer forensic investigator, ethical hacker, and/or any digital security related jobs.
The best way to see if going back to school and training for a career in information technology is right for you is to visit the FTC campus nearest you. You can tour our modern labs and meet with our instructors who work in this field.
|Information Technology Networking, Web Design, and Programming|
|Information Technology with emphasis in Cyber Security|