Information Technology: Network Administration

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Program Advantages

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IT: Network Administration at Alfred State is ranked #4, Money Mag: Best Colleges 

The bachelor of technology degree in information technology: network administration is designed to prepare graduates to enter the workforce as IT professionals with a special emphasis in networking. After completing their coursework, students will have a strong foundation to obtain professional certification in the following areas: Cisco Certified Network Association (CCNA), CCNA Security, Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist, COMP TIA A+, and Network +.

Professional Outlook

Organizations of all types and sizes need computer professionals. Due to the solid foundation in all the major areas of computer information technology and systems, job opportunities for graduates are wide and numerous. Employment and continuing education rate of 100%. One hundred percent are employed.

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Pioneer Quotes

"I'm continually impressed with the technical aptitude of a former intern from Alfred State, now full-time member of our support team."  -Bryan Hoffmann, technical support manager, Cisco Meraki

"I came to Alfred State to be challenged everyday and to take my skills from level 1 to level 100." -Thomas Nunno, '17

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"I came to Alfred State to learn emerging technologies and techniques from professors that have proven themselves in industry." -Dean Smith, '17

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