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Computer Network Administration

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The Computer Network Administration (CNA) program is designed to prepare undergraduates for a responsible position in the growing field of computer operations and networking.

Graduates will learn not only the practical, hands-on skills necessary for entering the computer networking field, but also the communication tools to effectively work with the end-users in all divisions of a company.

Questions? Please contact Mark L. McGinn.

Degree Requirements

Requirements for Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Computer Network Administration

21 credits required from:
CSCI 140 Computer Systems
CSCI 185 Script Programming
CSCI 270 Networks and Data Communications
CSCI 365 TCP/IP Fundamentals
CSCI 435 Legal and Ethical Issues of Computing
CSCI 470 Advanced Computer Networks and Data Communication
CSCI 475 CNA Capstone

12 credits selected from:
CSCI 281 Discrete Structures
CSCI 415 Computer and Network Security
CSCI 450 Network Operating System Topics (may be repeated with different topic)
CSCI 480 Topics in Computer Science
CSCI-490 Independent Study in Computer Science
CSCI-499 Internship in Computer Science

Communication Component
Select two of the following courses:
COMM 306 WI-Group Dynamics and Methods
COMM 326 Communication and Technology
COMM 327 Organizational Communication
ENGL 218 WI-Technical Writing
ENGL 315 WI-Written Business Communication.

Business Component
MGMT 310 Principles of Management

Requirements for a Minor in Computer Network Administration (21 credits)

9 credits from:
CSCI 140 Computer Systems
CSCI 185 Script Programming
CSCI 270 Networks and Data Communications

2 courses selected from:
CSCI 365 TCP/IP Fundamentals
CSCI 450 Network Operating System Topics
CSCI 470 Advanced Computer Networks and Data

Communication Component
2 courses selected from:
COMM 306 WI-Group Dynamics and Methods
COMM 326 Communication and Technology
COMM 327 Organizational Communication
ENGL 218 WI-Technical Writing
ENGL 315 WI-Written Business Communication

WI=Writing Intenstive course

Program Courses listed in the Course Catalog