Technology has transformed the way we do business and live our lives. As businesses, government, schools and other organizations integrate sophisticated technologies into every facet of their operations, the need for professionals with strong information technology backgrounds will continue to grow.
Keiser University provides innovative educational programs to prepare students for successful careers in the diverse and dynamic information technology field. We offer a unique, interdisciplinary curriculum; a contemporary learning environment; and opportunities for real-world experience that build career credentials. Our commitment to innovation draws motivated students as well as business leaders seeking a competitive edge through our degree programs.
If you love working with today's technology and have a knack for analytical thinking and problem-solving, consider pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Network Systems and Data Communications. The hands-on, collaborative curriculum, based on industry standards and criteria, will prepare you to plan, analyze, test and evaluate network and data communications systems. You will learn how to conduct research and recommend network and data communications hardware and software solutions. Students develop the critical thinking and communications skills needed for success in this exciting field. Graduates are well-prepared for entry-level positions in data operations and infrastructure planning environments.
GRADUATES READY FOR THE JOB MARKET
From the day you enroll through graduation and beyond, the Office of Student Services at Keiser University will help you achieve your professional goals. All students can receive training in resume and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, job search techniques and networking. Students also have opportunities to participate in employer on-campus recruiting visits and job fairs. The Office of Student Services offers job placement assistance to graduates.
Although Keiser University provides placement assistance, we cannot promise or guarantee employment.
Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our Bachelor of Science in Network Systems and Data Communications program.