Network Systems Technology A.S.

This degree program and the associated certificate programs are designed to provide students with the training necessary to install, secure, maintain and troubleshoot computer networks. Both hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge are included in the curriculum.

Available options in the Network Systems Technology A.S. degree are:

  • Network Security/Cybersecurity
  • Network Virtualization
  • Network Infrastructure

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Network Systems Technology Associate in Science (NSAS)    

Available options in the new Network Systems Technology A.S. degree are:
  • Network Security/Cybersecurity
  • Network Virtualization
  • Network Infrastructure

View the Network Systems Technology program requirements.

View the program of study for Network Systems Technology.

There are seven common core courses shared in the Network Systems, Computer Information Technology and Network Systems A.S. degrees.  View the link to these  common core courses and see the flow chart for the course prerequisites.

College Credit Certificates

There are six college credit certificates associated with the Network Systems Technology A.S. degree.

Contact Us

Grace Svitak, Student Advisor
svitakg@easternflorida.edu
Melbourne Campus, Bldg. 1, Rm. 120
321-433-5732

Claude Russo, Associate Professor 
Computer Science
russoc@easternflorida.edu
321-433-5802

Network Virtualization and Network Infrastructure option courses are offered on the Melbourne campus.

Network Security/Cybersecurity option at the Palm Bay campus.