Program Spotlight: Network Infrastructure

High tech degree, for a high tech industry.

One of Ivy Tech Community College’s eight computing programs, Network Infrastructure, allows students to work with industry-standard networking equipment. This includes everything from routers and switches, to connectivity and mounting.

This curriculum also allows students to work through Cisco Networking Academy official CCNA preparation curriculum, and a variety of elective courses in infrastructure, wireless, voice, server administration and cyber security.

Many graduates of this program go straight into the workforce into a variety of different roles, but if that’s not for you, students are also able to transfer to IUPUI.

What can you do with Network Infrastructure?

In Network Infrastructure there are countless amount of job opportunities in the field, one of which being a Computer Network Architect. With job outlook increasing at a fast pace, and a median salary of $37.79/hour, now may be a prime time to begin your journey toward a degree.

As a Computer Network Architect, you will be responsible for designing and building communication networks including; local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and intranets. These networks can range from small connections, to next-generation networking capabilities like a cloud infrastructure that serves multiple customers.

Learn more

Does Network Infrastructure seem like the career for you? Now is the time to earn your degree! The registration deadline for the fall 2017 semester is August 14, so don’t wait apply today! Have any further questions regarding Ivy Tech or your potential degree path? Call 888-IVY-LINE, or visit your local campus today!

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