Bachelor of Science in Information Networking and Telecommunications Computer Networking

Information Networking and Telecommunications graduates are designing, implementing, and supporting the communications networks of tomorrow. The concentration in Computer Networking and Telecommunications prepares graduates to work in telecommunications companies or in corporate, education, law enforcement, health care, and other computer and network positions. Graduates typically serve in engineering, production, operations, managerial, sales, consulting, or regulatory positions. Fort Hays State University offers a nationally recognized degree in Information Networking and Telecommunications that has been repeatedly designated as a "best practice" program. This concentration can include course work necessary to sit for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) and advanced Cisco certifications.

Program Requirements Overview

Bachelor of Arts
General Education Coursework: 65 Credit hours
Core/Cross Concentration: 39 Credit hours
Emphasis/Free Electives: 20 Credit hours
 
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE: 124 CREDIT HOURS
 
Bachelor of Science
General Education Coursework: 55 Credit hours
Core/Cross Concentration: 39 Credit hours
Emphasis/Free Electives: 30 Credit hours
 
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE: 124 CREDIT HOURS
 
    



Detailed Degree Requirements
*Free Electives Not Included

Contact Information
Informatics Department
Fort Hays State University

103 Heather Hall 

600 Park Street

Hays, KS 67601-4099

Phone: (785) 628-5373

Email: informatics@fhsu.edu
Web: Department Homepage 

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