Associate in Arts in Information TechnologyStrayer University

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Associate in Arts in Information Technology

Strayer University has a long history of providing education in the area of Local Area Networks (LANs). The technologies have naturally expanded to include the design and engineering of Wide Area Networks (WANs). Professionals with the skills to design, implement, and manage WAN technology are in high demand. The Associate in Arts in Internetworking Technology program stresses the process, analytic, design, planning, and engineering issues associated with internetworking technology within modern organizations. The courses examine the configuration and implementation of routers used in WANs and how they differ from bridges and switches. The communications theory and applications taught in this program also help prepare students with the knowledge and background necessary to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and the Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) exams. Also available: a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma in Internetworking Technology.

AccreditationStrayer University is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
RequirementsNone.
On Campus RequirementNone. You can apply, attend classes, take exams and complete your degree online, without ever setting foot on campus.
Education LevelAssociate
LanguageEnglish
Cost Per CreditGraduate Level: $2,250 per course. Undergraduate Level Full-time (13.5 or more credit hours per quarter): $1,650 per course. Undergraduate Level Part-time (fewer than 13.5 credit hours per quarter): $1,725 per course.