Bachelor of Science – Computer Networks Engineering
Computer network engineering concerns the theory and methods of linking computers, allowing them to share information with each other. Programs relevant to computer network engineering are widely available at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Associate’s degree programs in computer network engineering give students a foundation in developing computer networks for organizations. These skills are also covered at the bachelor’s degree level, along with the theoretical concepts behind computer network engineering. Both types of degree programs offer classroom instruction supplemented by hands-on experience. To apply to an associate’s degree program, students will be required to have a high school diploma or GED and to have a background in calculus, physics and computers. For the bachelor’s degree, the same educational requirements apply but students will also need experience with a variety of software programs…~Wiki