Networking, Administration and Information Security

IT Degrees at Peirce College: Networking, Administration and Information Security degree

IT Degrees at Peirce

Peirce prepares you to analyze IT problems and identify practical solutions.

Networking, Administration and Information Security Degree

The Networking, Administration and Information Security concentration of our IT degree program expands your technical knowledge and prepares you for a rewarding career. You’ll learn career-oriented skills in areas like designing, integrating and implementing the hardware, software and security critical to businesses in any industry. Plus, Peirce's IT degree programs contain courses that align with the most popular IT certification exams, so you’ll be prepared to get certified even before you graduate.

Like all Peirce IT degrees, the Networking, Administration and Information Security concentration is designed to fit seamlessly into your busy schedule and is available on campus and online, or in our new competency-based education (CBE) format. Click the CBE link to learn more about this self-paced, fully online program that uses the knowledge you already have to place you on the most direct path to completing an information security degree program. 

You’re closer to getting your degree than you think. Please apply today or call us at 888.467.3472, ext 9000 with any questions about this Networking, Administration and Information Security concentration of our IT degree program.

Networking, Administration and Information Security Degree Curriculum - Minimum Total Credits: 121

For course requirements and prerequisite information on our IT degrees, refer to the individual course descriptions in the College Catalog.

INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Min. Credits
PRCPRC 100 or PRC 101*1
BIS 111Application Software Fundamentals3
COM 112Speech Communication3
COM 312Practical Reasoning3
ENG 101English Composition3
ENG 103Rhetoric and Research3
HUM 102Introduction to Ethics3
HUM/HISHumanities/History Core (choose 1)3
MAT 101Introduction to College Mathematics3
MAT 102College Algebra3
SCISCI Core (choose 2)6
SOC SCISOC SCI Core (choose 2)6
GEN EDGen Ed Core (choose 1)3
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:Min. Credits
BIS 112Programming Concepts3
BIS 201HTML and the World Wide Web3
BIS 235Database Management Systems3
BIS 402Systems Analysis and Design3
ISC 310Information Security Management3
ISC 325Access Control, Security Assessment and Security in the Software Development Lifecycle3
ISC 410Asset Security and Security Engineering3
ISC 425Network Security and Security Operations3
ITN 120PC Fundamentals3
ITN 130Networking Fundamentals3
ITN 144Introduction to Network Security3
ITN 200Server Administration I3
ITN 220Help Desk and Customer Support Concepts3
ITN 301Linux Administration, Networking and Security3
ITN 310Network Routing and Switching I3
ITN 311Routing and Switching II3
ITN 404Network Security and Defense3
ITN 410Server Administration II3
ITN 425IT Capstone in Networking, Administration and Information Security3
MIS 110Usability Principles and Design3
MIS 205Ethical Management of Information Technology3
MIS 302Project Management3
ELEElective Courses (choose 4)12