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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Networking & Telecommunications

Have you always had a passion for computers, and could see yourself being the point person at an organization to manage a computer system? If so, consider the Bachelor's of Science in Information Technology with a specialization in Networking and Telecommunications from the University of Phoenix. Here, you will learn critical thinking and leadership skills that employers seek, plus the concepts of wireless networks, information security, and local/wide area networks.

Sound like something that fits you to a tee? If so, connect with University of Phoenix to learn more about the Bachelor's of Science in IT - Network and Telecommuications now!

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Degree Category: Computers & IT > Telecommunications > Bachelors
Degree Subject: Telecommunications Degree
Degree Level: Bachelor's