This is an unofficial description for this program. For official information check the Academic Catalog.
A minor is not required with this major.
The mission of the Networking Information Technology program is to prepare graduates with background and skills to design, implement, and support networked systems in both standard and enterprise settings. It builds a solid foundation in the hardware and architecture of computer networks and systems; operating systems and applications; network system design and analysis; networking theory and solutions; types of networks, including fiber optics and wireless; network management and control; Information security; configuring and troubleshooting; business plan development including marketing, implementation and management.
Study Area I -Arts and Humanities
Study Area II - Social Sciences
Study Area III - Behavioral Sciences
Study Area IV - Natural Scientific
Skill Area I - Communication Skills
Skill Area II - Mathematical
Skill Area III - Foreign Language
See University Catalog
Skill Area IV - Univ. Requirements
Related Major Requirements
12 credits of Directed Electives w/advisor
Total Credit Hours: 120
Electives to meet 120 credits