Networking and Communications (Certificate)

By taking graduate-level courses to earn a Certificate in Networking and Communications you can open new career opportunities and increase earning potential.

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Increase your knowledge and skills in computer networking and telecommunications with this certificate program designed to meet the needs of professionals looking to boost their careers. Explore the theory and practices of how common devices, functions, and features transmit and share data across a network.

Topics covered in the program include data communication, computer network fundamentals, network services, wireless networking, high-speed networks, and cryptography.

Coursework from the certificate program may be applied toward a Master of Computer Science degree. Admission to a master’s program is not guaranteed upon completion of the certificate program.

Program Overview

Increase knowledge and skills in computer networking and telecommunications with this certificate program designed to meet the needs of professionals. Explore the theory and practices of how common devices, functions, and features transmit and share data across a network.

Career Opportunities

Experts in networking and communications can find employment across businesses and industry.

  • Network engineer
  • Telecommunications specialist
  • Web master
  • Systems analyst
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Complete nine credit hours of graduate-level coursework to complete the certificate program.

Veiw Details

Admission to a graduate certificate program is limited to students who qualify as non-degree graduate students and who hold a bachelor's degree with a GPA of 2.5/4.0 or higher.

A GRE score is not required.