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Networking and Telecommunications

Professionals in networking and telecommunications are responsible for keeping computer network systems running and secure. There are a variety of educational and employment opportunities in this fast-growing field.

Inside Networking and Telecommunications

Intranet and Internet communication systems allow users within a network system to access files, communicate with other network users and connect with clients. Networking and telecommunications experts are responsible for creating and maintaining software and hardware solutions that connect communication systems to computer networks within businesses, corporations, organizations and government agencies. Check out the Study.com articles linked below to discover more details about degree programs and job options in networking and telecommunications.

Education Information

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) stated that while a variety of educational backgrounds may be acceptable in this field, many employers require some type of formal training in electronics or computer science (www.bls.gov). Many schools, colleges and universities offer certificate and degree programs, including associate's, bachelor's, master's and Ph.D. programs, in networking and telecommunications.

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