The bachelor's degree program in computer networks and cybersecurity begins with courses designed to build your foundational IT skills. You'll then focus on the network security side of IT, learning Microsoft and Cisco technologies as well as other cybersecurity and digital forensics topics. Specifically, you'll write a proposal to design a network, including a plan to administer and maintain the network; learn how to install and configure advanced Windows server services; implement advanced server infrastructure; and troubleshoot IT problems.
Through your coursework, you will learn how to:
Design, implement, and administer local-area and wide-area networks to satisfy organizational goals
Resolve IT system problems and meet the needs of end users by applying troubleshooting methodologies
Apply relevant policies and procedures to effectively secure and monitor IT systems
Effectively communicate IT knowledge using a wide range of presentation styles
Meet organizational goals using effective workforce skills, best practices, and ethical principles