The Associate in Science in Network Systems Technology (NST) degree program prepares students for careers in computer network support. The program uses a combination of hands-on activities and state-of-the-art simulators to provide training in a wide range of skills valued by the IT industry. Students with different levels of experience work together to create a learning environment conducive to mastering the latest networking technologies. Courses within the program prepare students for industry certification exams in a wide range of products.
General Education Requirements (17-18 Credits Required)
Note: Students who are interested in obtaining a bachelor's degree in the future are encouraged to earn 18 credits in General Education by selecting either a four-credit science class and HLP 1081, or a three-credit science class and HSC 1101.