Frequently Asked Question(s)
Q:What courses are included in Associate in Networking qualification?
A:Students interested in completing an Associate in Networking will be required to attempt a number of courses. Some of these courses are Computer Science, Database Design and Management, Computer Systems Technology, Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows, Computer Repair Essentials and Local Area Networks. It is further recommended that students search our website for an extensive list of online institutions offering this qualification.
Q:What is the duration of the Associate Networking programs?
A:The Associate Networking Programs take two years to be completed. Students interested in completing the degree in more or less than two years can get enrolled in the online program and enjoy the luxury of completing the degree at a pace of their own. Online programs allow students to make their own class schedules and complete the degree from anywhere in the world with a single internet connection.
Q:What important topics will I cover in an associate of science in network engineering program?
A:An associate degree in network engineering is a two year pre-bachelor program. It is designed to provide students with basic knowledge about the field. Some of the core topics studied in this program include the following: network management, electronics, analysis and design, UNIX operating systems, information technology, communications, and digital electronics.
Q:What are the admission requirements for the associate degree in networking?
A:For entry into an associate degree in networking, students will need the completion of a high school diploma or an equivalent GED qualification. Some schools may also require letters of recommendation or a minimum cumulative GPA requirement. Students will be required to submit a completed application form with all required supporting documents.