Associate of Applied Science:
Computer Network Administration
Have you thought about a career in technology? The networking program at Beckfield College is designed to give students an understanding of installing, configuring, supporting, troubleshooting, and maintaining network operations and security. Along with the concentrated networking courses, students also take a number of courses in humanities, social science, and mathematics to develop marketable skills. Beckfield is a Microsoft IT Academy. Act now!
Program offered at the following locations
8 Quarter Program
Q: How much will this program cost?
A: Below is the institution tuition cost for a full time student completing the entire program in normal time. All tuition and fees are subject to change.
Tuition includes the cost of the courses needed to meet the graduation requirements for all programs within the same area of study. Tuition is generally adjusted once a year; the date of that adjustment may vary, depending upon the program. The tuition costs shown are accurate as of January 2013.
Students who transfer credits from other institutions or successfully test out of courses will see a corresponding reduction in their tuition costs.
Q: How much student loan debt does a typical graduate have to repay after graduation?
A: Department of Education privacy regulations determine that there were too few graduates during the July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012 period to report median loan debt.
The median loan debt of the program’s graduates is defined as the midpoint of all graduates’ loan debts upon graduation.
Q: What percent of Beckfield College graduates completes the program in the normal time frame as published by the catalog?
A: Department of Education privacy regulations determine that there were too few graduates during the July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012 period to report.
Q: What percent of graduates found employment in their field or a related field?
A: For those who graduated from the program between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012 the career placement rate was
|Florence Campus: 80%||Tri-County Campus: 75%|
“Placement” refers to employment in the field for which the graduate’s education has prepared him or her, or in a related field which requires substantial application of the skills and knowledge taught in the curriculum.
The placement rate is determined by dividing the number of available graduates placed by the total number of available graduates. The Accrediting Council does not require institutions to report placement for graduates who are not available for placement due to continuing education, active military duty, visa restrictions, or pregnancy, death, and health-related circumstances.
Further information pertaining to the employment of graduates may be obtained from the College’s Office of Career Services at email@example.com.
Q: How can I find out more about this career?
A: Further information about occupational requirements and opportunities for graduates of this program is available at