When networks go down, businesses lose money, productivity and even customer trust. Help keep companies from crashing by supporting and securing computer networks. This bachelor’s program can help you understand monitoring and managing computer networks’ vital signs.
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11-week courses in the program
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Get trained up with advanced skills to deftly solve networking challenges, from developing network security designs to handling server migration plans.
Get the skills that can help prepare you for CompTIA (A+, Network+, and Security+) and EC-Council (CEH, and CHFI) certification exams.
Strayer University is proud to be certified or accredited by five respected organizations. We’re committed to meeting quality standards, so you can earn an industry-recognized diploma you’re proud to display.
At Strayer, you’ll find plenty of ways to make your tuition affordable, so you can worry less about your budget and get down to business.
cost per course
degree conferral (one-time only)
technology fee (one per term)
Transfer up to 28 classes toward your bachelor’s degree.
Save up to 25% off the cost of your bachelor’s degree. Eligibility rules apply.
What’s next for information systems and networking? With the Strayer BS in information technology, you can become one of the people with the answer. Find your path to network innovation with lab-based training and problem-solving skills based on real-world scenarios. View all courses.
Being an effective communicator is an essential skill for any profession. In this course, you will learn the secrets to writing, listening, and speaking with credibility in order to share your voice with the world.
This course is an integrative capstone course for the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program. The course takes a senior management approach to examine and solve real-world problems and projects. Students will apply project management techniques to create integrative information technology solutions that include databases, systems analysis, security, networking, computer infrastructure, human-computer interaction and web design.
This is a lab-based course that prepares students to install, configure, secure and maintain the Windows server environment. Topics include configuring and managing DHCP, DNS, routing and remote access, file and print services.
This course introduces students to the fundamentals of networking. Students will learn the skills necessary to install, operate, configure and verify local area networks in a simulated environment. Topics include configuring LAN switches and IP routers, managing network devices, assessing connectivity and access issues, and identifying basic security concerns.
This course builds on student knowledge of networking fundamentals and teaches them to design and configure wide-area networks (WANs). Students will learn the skills necessary to manage such networks in a simulated environment. Topics will include advanced network design and switching, VLANs, advanced router and network management configuration and network security.
This course provides the student with the essential information to implement, monitor and maintain switching in converged enterprise campus networks. Topics include the secure integration of VLANs, WLANs, voice and video solutions onto campus networks.
Before you can pursue your bachelor’s degree, you’ll need to enroll at Strayer. Here’s what you’ll need to get started for admission to the university.
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Students applying to Washington, D.C., or New Jersey campuses must provide proof of proper immunization.
Some or all of the credits you’ve earned may be transferable.
We welcome more than 1,200 international students from more than 110 countries.
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Your admissions officer and student services coach will mentor, motivate and support you from enrollment to the day you graduate.