Almost every business relies on computer networks, and those networks need skilled Network Administrators to install, organize, and maintain them. With employer demand for Network Administration professionals expecting to increase over the next 10 years, now is a great time to find out more about this rewarding career.
Michigan Tech’s Computer Network and System Administration (CNSA) program is ranked number three on a new ranking list from the website BestValueSchools.org. The Michigan Tech CNSA program boasts a 100% placement rate for new graduates, with a median annual salary of $69,870.
Michigan Tech CNSA students choose between three focus areas: Cybersecurity, IT Management, and Network Engineering, and a minor in Cyberecurity is available. Undergraduates can also earn an accelerated master’s in Cybersecurity or Health Informatics with just one additional year of classes.
The rankings list is intended help those seeking a Network Administration bachelor’s degree program. Including Michigan Tech, 19 schools that offer Network Administration programs we ranked using data of interest to the average student, such as tuition cost, class size, and graduation rate.