|Associate and Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology||62||20|
|Bachelor of Science in Information Technology With No Minor or Concentration||122||36|
|Bachelor of Science in Information Technology With a Concentration in Network Management||124||36|
|Bachelor of Science in Information Technology With a Concentration in Security Technology||122||36|
|Bachelor of Science Degree in Technology Management With a Minor in Information Technology||122||36|
This program provides both the technical know-how and hands-on experience needed to launch a career in this growing field. Students get the core fundamentals of network architecture and security protocols as well as problem-solving practice working on operating systems, routers and switches. Graduates are prepared for jobs in network installation and security as well as network and help desk support. Download Program Course Sheet 
In addition to the solid computer science curriculum, students take in-depth courses in the various aspects of computer networking, firewalls, routers and switches as well as systems administration scripting and security protocols. Graduates are prepared for careers in virtually any public service, private industry or government organization. Download Program Course Sheet 
This program teaches networking standards and security issues necessary to design, implement, and evaluate information technology systems. Virtualization is included in this concentration.Download Program Course Sheet 
Students will develop skills needed to design an organization’s security systems procedures, standards, protocols, and policies, as well as ensure that operational security is in compliance with standards. Virtualization is also studied. Download Program Course Sheet 
In addition to the concentration courses in networking and security, students take classes in business and leadership to gain the knowledge required for effective management of resources, including a team of technology professionals. Download Program Course Sheet 
Learn more about this growing career field by speaking with one of our Admissions Advisors . We are happy to provide you with further information about career opportunities and the Herzing University Computer Networking and Security Specialist programs so you can determine which one is right for you.
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