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Network Systems Analysts, Networking Courses, Networking Schools

 

Network Systems Analysts and Data Communications Analysts design and evaluate network systems.  These include Local Area Networks (LANs) or Intranets as well as the use of a company’s Wide Area Network (WAN) and their use of the Internet.  Network Analysts perform network modeling, analysis, and design.  They may become involved with the interfacing of computer and communications equipment, particularly with the rise of Wireless Technology as an integral part of Business Networks.  

 

Network Administrators install, configure, and support an organization’s LAN, WAN, or Internet functions. They Maintain Network Hardware and Software, analyze problems, and monitor the network to ensure availability to system users. Administrators also may plan, coordinate, and implement network Security Measures.  Increasingly, Network Security has become a specialty that often is handed over to outside consultants that specialize in the service. 

 

Degrees for Networking Professionals

 

  • Bachelors in Computer Science
  • Bachelors in Information Technology
  • Bachelors in IT/Networks
  • Bachelors in IT/Database
  • Bachelors in IT/Information Management
  • Bachelors in IT Information Systems

Median Annual Salaries for Professionals in Networking

 

Information Systems Operations Coordinator

$50,466

Director of Network Services

$99,412

Network Planning Manager

$95,334

Director of Network Engineering

$119,067

Network Administrator

$72,161

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