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Accredited Colleges Offering Network Administration Degrees

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Network Administrators work with the design, construction, and maintenance of large computer systems. They are responsible for managing complex Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN) as well as intranet and Internet-based systems and network segments. All of this is done to support the information technology infrastructure of corporations, government agencies and other businesses that the network administrator works for.

Network administrators work in a wide range of settings from the IT department of the largest corporations to the smallest companies to government agencies. In all of these locations, administrators are responsible for installing and maintaining network hardware and software and evaluating system performance in order to address critical problems to allow for maximum capacity of network systems.

Although there are numerous levels of education available for network administration, most employers requires students to possess a Bachelor's Degree or better to begin work. Some place will hire network administrators with an Associates Degree or professional certification if they have relevant work experience to complement their education. Often, those who get an Associates Degree or Certification begin work as a Network Support Specialist first to gain relevant work experience before making it up to Network Administration. Bachelor's degree students can usually find work as a Network Administrator straight out of college.

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Accredited Colleges Offering Network Administration Degrees
Partner Colleges Annual Tuition Recommend Rate
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Purdue University Global $11,581 - $16,246 36% (121 reviews)
179 Programs, 3 in Network Administration (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • AASIT - Network Administration
  • BSIT - Network Administration
  • Master of Science in Cybersecurity Management
Independence University $16,968 51% (106 reviews)
17 Programs, 1 in Network Administration (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • Cybersecurity & Networking (BS)
Liberty University $11,700 60% (280 reviews)
569 Programs, 3 in Network Administration (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BS: Information Technology: Data Networking & Security
  • CERT: Data Networking
  • MS: Information Technology: Network Design & Security
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Campuses: McAlester
$1,313 Add Review
Campuses: Oklahoma City
$1,770 Add Review
Campuses: Salt Lake City
$3,340 100% (2 reviews)
Campuses: Forrest City
$3,660 0% (1 review)
Campuses: Winter Park
$3,717 Add Review
Campuses: Houston, Katy, Stafford, Missouri City
$3,756 Add Review
Campuses: Inverness
$3,792 Add Review
Campuses: Detroit, Taylor
$3,842 100% (2 reviews)
Campuses: Chipley
$4,017 Add Review
Campuses: Brockton
$4,065 Add Review
Campuses: Morgan City, Thibodaux, Reserve
$4,178 Add Review
Campuses: Lakewood, Puyallup
$4,197 100% (4 reviews)
Campuses: Sioux City
$4,224 Add Review
Campuses: Puyallup
$4,245 67% (3 reviews)
Campuses: Seattle
$4,302 83% (6 reviews)
Campuses: Des Moines
$4,358 67% (3 reviews)
Campuses: Bloomfield Hills, Farmington Hills
$4,376 100% (2 reviews)
Campuses: Auburn
$4,392 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Monroe
$4,396 Add Review
Campuses: Eustis
$4,441 Add Review
Campuses: McKinney
$4,474 75% (4 reviews)
Campuses: Fort Lauderdale
$4,476 86% (7 reviews)
Campuses: Helena
$4,610 Add Review
Campuses: Sandersville
$4,810 Add Review
Campuses: Yakima, Grandview
$4,832 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Columbus
$4,840 Add Review
Campuses: Albany
$4,848 Add Review
Campuses: Waycross
$4,850 Add Review
Campuses: Clarkesville, Blairsville, Toccoa
$4,870 Add Review
Campuses: Savannah, Rincon, Fort Stewart, Hinesville
$4,880 Add Review

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