Acquire the skills you need to work at the heart of any company's computer network. As a student in Edinboro's Network and System Administration program, you'll be well-prepared thanks to a rigorous curriculum and a valuable network administrator internship.
CareerCast.com says Software Engineer is the #8 best job in the country, with a median
salary over $90,000. Your Edinboro degree can get you there.
The Edinboro curriculum is designed around national curriculum models and employment trends. Required computer science and math courses provide a strong foundation as you begin to focus on data base management, PC systems operation and other coursework specific to networking and system administration.
You'll learn to manage day-to-day operations, including WANs, LANS and intranets.
As business continues to invest in newer and faster technologies and mobile applications,
your job will become even more critical and more in-demand in just about any type
At Edinboro, we understand how important it is to master your skills as an intern.
During your senior year, earn three to nine credits getting real-world experience in a vibrant workplace. Demonstrate your skill and hard work, and you might come away with a job offer after graduation.
Some of our students have interned at national labs across the country, while others travel to nearby locations. Many companies open their doors to Edinboro interns in these cities:
Graduates from the Network and System Administration track may work behind the scenes, but their contributions are front and center. Alums from our program are currently employed at organizations such as:
- Northwest Tri County IU5
- Universal Well Services
- Girard School District
- Fort LeBoeuf School District
- General Partitions
Dr. Anne Quinn
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Take charge of your experience. Ask questions, meet our students and professors, and see the campus yourself.