As a network systems and data communications analyst, you’ll play a crucial role in the workplace, making it possible for others to do their jobs. Without networks — and analysts — computers would be unable to share information. Also called network architects and network engineers, analysts make sure that emails can be sent and received, employees can work together on the same document, and private information is protected from prying eyes.
Graduates upon completing this degree program are expected to development the skills and knowledge essential to design, build, maintain and manage network and communication systems in any organization. Consequently, students are taught core components of communication, such as TCP/IP Programming, Internet Computing, High-Speed Networks, real time systems and Client Server Computing.
This is a four year program (or three years if a student takes classes during the summer semesters) for full time students, and students are required to earn at least 48 credit hours, complete a research project supervised by one of the faculty members and also complete a three month mandatory summer internship.
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