Top School for Becoming a Network Administrator - Green Bay, WI

Green Bay has three schools with programs in network administration. Find the best program for you by reading about one of the top school's rankings, program offerings and tuition info.

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School and Ranking Information

Schools in the Green Bay area typically offer 2-year degrees in network administration. Based on the variety of programs offered, computer facilities and school type, the following school is considered a top school for network administration programs in Green Bay:

  • Winner: Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is a 2-year, public college that offers programs with high employment potential. This technical college offers a Certificate in Networking and an Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology.

School Info Chart

Category Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Location Green Bay, WI
School Type 2-year, public
Undergraduate Tuition & Fees (2013-2014) $4,059 (in-state); $5,892 (out-of-state)*
Network Administration Program Levels Offered Certificate, Associate
Network Administration Credentials Awarded (Associate only) in 2012-2013 14*
Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2010 Entering Class 44%*
Noteworthy Program trains students to develop security procedures and also install application software

Source: *NCES College Navigator

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Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

  • Diversified electives include computer forensics, advanced projects and firewall installation/configuration
  • Introductory courses available in Unix/Linux administration and implementation
  • State-of-the-art computer labs

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College has a main campus located in Green Bay and two other campuses in Marinette and Sturgeon Bay. Featuring a student population of 9,944, this technical college also has six community and regional learning centers where classes are held. Multiple computer labs are available to help students complete their coursework.

The Certificate in Networking is an 18-credit program that provides instruction in configuring, monitoring, maintenance and network design. The Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology prepares students for becoming network administrators and network support specialists. Hands-on training options teach students to design LANs and WANs. Some of the courses offered include keyboarding, network security and operating systems.

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