Top-Ranked Degree Program in San Antonio for Telecommunications

San Antonio, TX, has few schools with programs in telecommunications. Find the best program for you by reading about schools' program offerings and tuition info.

School Information

Students in San Antonio seeking telecommunications or related programs have limited options when searching for a school. Based on distinction and student population, the following college is considered a top San Antonio school for telecommunications-related training:

  • Winner: San Antonio College is the only postsecondary institution of any kind that offers studies relating to telecommunications within a 50-mile radius of the city. Certificate and associate's degrees program in computer network administration provide coursework related to telecommunications.

School Info Chart

Category San Antonio College
Distinction Largest single-campus community college in Texas*
Location San Antonio, Texas
School Type 2-year, public
Tuition & Fees (2013-2014) Undergrad: $2,038 (in-district); $5,500 (in-state); $10,822 (out-of-state)**
Telecommunications-Related Programs Offered Certificate and associate's degree
Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2010 Entering Class 7%**
Noteworthy Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

Sources: *San Antonio College; **NCES College Navigator

San Antonio College

  • Combines classroom instruction with hands-on learning opportunities
  • Networking programs prepare students for professional certifications
  • Computer information systems programs are developed and implemented in coordination with computer professionals in the San Antonio area

San Antonio College is located just outside of downtown San Antonio, TX. The public school is part of the Alamo Community College District and has a student population of more than 23,000 individuals per year. The Computer Information Systems Department at San Antonio College offers programs in computer programming, database administration, network administration and computer security administration. Aspiring telecommunications technicians and specialists may be interested in the network administration degree or certificate programs.

The Associate of Applied Science in Network Administrator program offers students a solid background in computer operating systems, information technology security and network server infrastructure. Students also complete a practicum in computer systems networking and telecommunications.

San Antonio College also offers a short Cisco Certified Network Associate program with coursework in routing protocols, networking basics and WAN technologies. Graduates of this program are prepared for Cisco certification.


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