Since the 1980's, computer networking has been an essential component of modern business and commerce. A workplace’s WAN/LAN of connected computers, printers, and other essential devices is the basis for communication and data sharing among employees. An engineer must work constantly to ensure a network is operating consistently, thus minimizing downtime for workers.
Those with a passion for data communication should pursue a career as a Network Engineer at New York City’s top technology school, Touro College Graduate School of Technology! A network engineer’s job requires great technical training and an analytical mind that is eager to solve complex problems. A Master of Science in Information Systems provides the intensive training necessary for being able to plan and navigate sophisticated networks.
Within the program students will be required to take:
- MSIS 640 Data Communications
- MSIS 641 Advanced Data Communications and Internet Technologies
- MSIS 645 Network Security
- MSIS 647 Computer Networking: Routing & Switching
Along with these fundamentals in networking concepts and technology, students will develop in-depth knowledge through elective courses such as:
- MSIS 644 Wireless Networks
- MSIS 646 Network Architecture and Design
- MSIS 648 Advanced Network Security
- MSIS 652 Unix/Linux System Administration
These graduate courses help students to not only develop theoretical knowledge of networks, but the technical skills necessary for addressing real-time networking issues as they arise. Students will find the training necessary for a career as a Network Engineer through Touro College GST.
To learn more about the Master of Science in Information Systems program available at Touro College Graduate School of Technology, please contact:
Touro College Graduate School of Technology
27 West 23 Street, Room 331, New York, NY 10010