Because virtually every business requires computer networks that are secure, efficient and powerful, network technology skills are highly valued across all industries. Prepare for a key role in this growing field by adding a Microsoft® hands-on minor to your online IT program. Through courseroom study, real-world learning scenarios and valuable exposure to industry-standard tools, you’ll learn to design and administer Microsoft® networks. The curriculum includes planning, designing, configuring and troubleshooting Microsoft® environments ranging from small, local networks to enterprise-wide integrated networks. Specific topics include cloud computing, security, wireless networks and RFID architectures. Because courses are modeled on professional certification standards, you can gain the educational background to help you prepare for Microsoft® certification examinations while earning your BS.
With your Bachelor’s in Network Technology and minor in Microsoft® from Capella, you’ll evaluate the effectiveness of implementing a Microsoft-based design through collaboration and the support of IT tools. You’ll also learn how to design effective IT solutions for business IT environments using Microsoft practices, policies standards and technologies.
With Capella’s Combined Bachelor’s-to-Master’s degree options, you can start building for your future by completing master’s-level credit as your earn your bachelor degree. Combined degree options are designated bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, with a set of shared master’s-level courses applied to both degrees. This enables you to save significant time and money when combining the degree options.
Common jobs with an online Bachelor’s in Network Technology and minor in Microsoft® include information technology specialist, LAN administrator, network administrator, network analyst, network engineer or security system manager. Potential workplaces include: corporation, educational institution, government, health care organization, nonprofit organization, small business or technology company.
Capella University cannot guarantee licensure, endorsement, certification, authorization, other professional credential or salary advancement. State regulations and professional credential standards vary. It is the learner’s responsibility to understand and comply with requirements for their states and professional associations. For more information on licensure, see the Licensure section on the School’s website. Enrollment restrictions and/or other restrictions may apply to certain programs. Contact Capella University for more information.
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