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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.
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Network Systems Technology Associate in Science (NSAS)
View the Network Systems Technology program curriculum requirements.
This program's curriculum at the link above also outlines the six common core courses for EFSC's computer programs which the Network Systems A.S. degree requires and that are also required for the Computer Programming & Analysis and Computer Information Technology A.S. degrees. The linked course descriptions on the curriculum page provide details, including information about any required course prerequisites.
Accepted students who have a current industry certification such as Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA) and CompTIA may be eligible to receive up to 16 college credits. Read about college credit for industry certification agreements with EFSC's Career & Technical Programs and reach out to the program advisor or faculty contact to discuss these options.
College Credit Certificates
There are six college credit certificates associated with the Network Systems Technology A.S. degree.
- IP Communications (IPCC) 32 credit hours
- Network Server Administration (NACC) 24 credit hours
- Network Security (NECC) 30 credit hours
- Network Infrastructure (NICC) 21 credit hours
- Network Support Technician (NTCC) 21 credit hours
- Network Virtualization (NVCC) 18 credit hours
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Claude Russo, Associate Professor