Network Engineering (Associate's)

Network Engineering (Associate's)

Today's business runs on computer networking technology. Now, you can join the high-tech world!

With the Network Engineering program at one of Virginia College's campuses or online, you will get Windows 2012 MCSE training that can help launch you into an exciting career in this growing field. From hardware basics to complex networking, we help you gain the skills you'll need to join this dynamic, challenging field.

Take the first step toward becoming a certified network engineer. Prepare for a selection of professional network and computer certifications. Don't let technology pass you by. Let Virginia College prepare you for the high-tech careers of today and the future!

Your success in Network Engineering (Associate's) starts at the following locations:

NOTE: Program details subject to change. See the official campus catalog and appropriate addenda for the latest information.
Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas are required by Georgia, South Carolina and Oklahoma to be listed as Certificates (C).
Associate of Science degrees (AS) are required by SC, TN & VA to be listed as Associated of Applied Science degrees (AAS).
Associate of Applied Science degrees (AAS) are required by LA & VA to be listed as Associate in Occupational Studies degrees (AOS).
Bachelor of Science degrees (BS) are required by TN to be listed as Bachelor of Applied Science degrees (BAS).

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