Bachelor of Science in Networking & System Administration

The Networking and System Administration (NaSA) major prepares graduates for careers and research opportunities in all fields related to reliable and distributed network computing.

For more information, see the NaSA program overview.

Networking & System Administration Major Requirements

Required: 51 hours
Electives: 6 hours
Total: 57 hours


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With distributed computing, the devil is in the details. That's because a programmer is dealing with all sorts of different hardware and networks. Meshing all of these elements presents a significant challenge that Paul Gray, associate professor of computer science, is leading the charge to solve... [more]

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