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36 Degrees from 16 Schools

Online Schools Offering Network Administration Degrees

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We list 34 network administration degrees that can teach you the skills for keeping a business's lines of communication and commerce up and running. Offered through 16 colleges and universities, these programs have an average yearly tuition of $16,399. Online student reviewers have recorded their experiences at these schools and reported an average recommendation rate of 0 percent across all colleges listed here. The reported career helpfulness rating for these colleges ranges from 0 percent to 0 percent.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,215 Associate $15,225 Bachelor's $15,645 Master's $14,515 Doctorate $12,164
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $58,522 Master's $96,066 Doctorate $74,750

Interested students can earn a network administration program at the associate, bachelor's, and master's level. The associate degree program includes courses in networking fundamentals, routing protocols, and LAN and WAN networks. Graduates can become network technicians, help-desk technicians, and network administrators. The bachelor's degree in network administration includes networking-specific courses, as well as a set of general IT classes. Students study IT management, computer programming, databases, and more. Graduates can qualify for positions as network managers and security specialists. Master's programs in network administration cover the skills for designing an organization's entire network system, as well as how to create networking policy and train users.

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36 Degrees from 16 Schools

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