Associate of Applied Science
in Computer Information Systems - Networking
Following completion of this two-year program, NWACC's Computer Networking and Cyber Technology programs will prepare you for key support positions in the fast-growing field of network information systems and CISCO Networking.
Networking specialists are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization's computer networks, installation, and provide support for an organization's computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.
Why start your business education at NWACC:
- Small class sizes and low student-to-teacher ratios.
- Highly credentialed instructors with real-world business experience.
- Courses are delivered to suit your schedule and situation – online, in-person, day, evening, and even weekend classes are available!
- You can significantly reduce the cost of your higher education by utilizing a transfer degree from NWACC.
- We develop a business curriculum focused on real-world business challenges. Our business programs are guided by the business community in northwest Arkansas.
Format and Locations
Courses required for the Associate of Applied Science degree in Networking are available in various formats. Portions of the program are offered fully online, providing you the convenience of learning when and where you want, or in a hybrid format (both in-person and online). Face-to-face course instruction is done inside the Shewmaker Center for Global Business Development building on the main NWACC campus in Bentonville.