- Bryan University is a CompTIA Authorized Academy. The curriculum in our programs prepares students for the CompTIA A+ Certification.
- Kenneth Rex, BA, Computer Graphics (Department Chair)
- Mark Owen, BS, Information Technology (Department Chair)
Computer Information Systems-Networking Associate Degree
Information technology careers are quickly growing, and you don’t want to miss your opportunity earn your Computer Information Systems – Networking degree from Bryan University. With an associate of information technology degree from Bryan, you can learn what you need to know to advance professionally and create a solid training foundation for your future IT career.
An Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems-Networking from Bryan University will give you the wide range of skills you need to succeed. With IT courses from network scripting to information technology management, you’ll be prepared to find the path that’s right for you — and get right to work. Our instructors have first-hand experience and offer valuable insight and practical strategies designed to help you succeed.
At Bryan, you don’t have to spend four years trying to earn your IT degree. You learn what you need to know to enter the workforce and grow in your career.
A Future to Look Forward To
Whether you want to be a network specialist for a large corporation or a database manager for a non-profit organization, Bryan University’s Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems-Networking can prepare you for your bright future in the information technology field.
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You know what that means, right? It means that by getting your Computer Information Systems- Networking degree from Bryan University, you are positioning yourself to be a competitive candidate in one of the fastest growing career fields.
“The experience from Bryan University was set apart from most traditional schooling methods and teachings. The attention and patience the teachers give you is undivided.”Ryan Bayless, Computer Information Systems - Networking Graduate