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Network technicians use their analytical skills and specialized knowledge to build, install, analyze, troubleshoot and maintain the hardware and software that make computer networks function. Thanks to their expertise in local-area networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs), intranets, wireless networks and other communication systems, critical information continues to flow to support organizations’ operational and regulatory needs. Network technicians are able to effectively troubleshoot a wide range of problems; multitask; communicate with co-workers, vendors and clients; organize and prioritize tasks; and work alone as well as in groups. Graduates of the program can continue their education with a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Security or a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems.

 

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