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"Networking" is designing the communication networks
of tomorrow. These networks carry voice, video, images, and other
Computer Networking and Telecommunications focuses on
networks and related tools such as switches, routers, servers, firewalls and
intrusion detection devices. Graduates may work in engineering, design,
support, managerial, sales, consulting or regulatory positions.
program produces network professionals with extensive networking expertise and
depth, unlike other IT programs that may only require a basic knowledge in
networking. Students that enter the CNT program at Fort Hays State University
have the opportunity to enter with a few computer skills and depart with a
very competitive resume. Computer Networking and Telecommunications prepares
graduates for what USA Today describes as the "Top Job" in America. Computer
Networking is projected to be one of the fastest and best-compensated job
fields in projections that stretch more than a decade, and these jobs cannot
be outsourced overseas due to security concerns.
The program offers a
Bachelor of Science (or Arts) in Information Networking and Telecommunications
with a Concentration in Computer Networking and Telecommunications, a Bachelor
of General Studies degree in Information Networking, a Master of Liberal
Studies in Information Networking and Telecommunications, and several
These are a few reasons students have elected to
study Computer Networking and Telecommunications at FHSU:
more about computer networking and telecommunications, careers with a CNT degree, and FHSU's CNT program. Also, feel free to contact us if you have any further questions!
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