Computer Networking Department

Tablets in classroom

Computer Networking Department

People who understand information technology (IT) and computer networks are at the center of an expanding universe of communications -- and in great demand by employers. The Computer Networking Department prepares students for successful entry or advancement in the field of IT and computer networking. It also gives students a more diverse skill set, adding value throughout their careers.

Who We Are

The Computer Networking Department faculty are experienced industry professionals who are eager to share their expertise with students, both in and out of the classroom.

Course Descriptions
Department Directory
Admissions | 763-433-1300
Dean Rebecca Krystyniak | 763-433-1216

Degrees & Certificates We Offer

Courses offered range from Introduction to Networks to Industry Certification.

The Computer Networking department shares curriculum with related courses in Business and Computer Networking to provide graduates with a diverse skill set.

The department offers three degrees and three certificates:

More About The Department

The Computer Networking department prepares students for professional careers in a number of information technology (IT) related fields.  Computer Networking graduates may find careers as network or system administrators, telecommunication specialists, network support or network security specialists, help desk technicians, and other IT professions.  The program's hands-on approach to learning provides students with a comprehensive education for obtaining occupational knowledge and skills required for job acquisition and advancement.

Meet Our Students and Alumni