Network Management
 

Build. Manage. Troubleshoot.

Networks form the backbone of the business world, so those who can build, connect, and repair these systems are valuable and in-demand. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that IT jobs will account for 5 of the 30 fastest-growing jobs20

As a graduate of Wood Tobe-Coburn’s 16-month Network Management program, you will have training to:

  • Successfully build, manage, and troubleshoot information systems
  • Understand operating systems
  • Create network security systems

Our Network Management curriculum was designed so you spend the majority of your time taking classes that directly relate to your program. You’ll graduate quickly with the technical skills employers want. 

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Click the tabs below to learn more about our 16-month associate degree in network management. 

Network and computer systems administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization’s computer networks.

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HIGHLIGHTS

Studying at Wood Tobe-Coburn means you’ll be learning from experts in the field of information technology. Our smaller class sizes mean you’ll get plenty of hands-on instruction and personal attention from faculty who care about your success.  

We promise that, if you perform well, there will be space in classes you need when you need them.  Thus, you can finish on time and start your career.  


 

 

With Wood Tobe-Coburn’s 16-Month Network Management program, you will develop skills in:

  • Unix Applications  
  • Linux Administration
  • Microsoft Integration
  • Visual Basic programming
  • Implementing and administering SQL Servers and Microsoft Clients
 

CAREERS

Employment of computer support specialists is expected to grow 18% from 2010 to 2020, about as fast as the average for all occupations. 4

Employers are looking for network managers who have not only technical and analytical talent, but also professionalism and interpersonal skills. At Wood Tobe-Coburn, we go a step beyond just your technical training.  Teamwork, problem solving and customer service skills are integral parts of your training.  As part of our job placement services, we also help with your resume and interviewing skills.  


 

 

Wood Tobe-Coburn graduates work in:

  • IT departments
  • Technology companies
  • Support services
 

CURRICULUM

Wood Tobe-Coburn offers a 16-month associate degree program for students seeking the core skills that will help them start their Network Management careers.

Most classes are specific to preparing you for a successful IT career, so you can graduate quickly and with the skills employers want.

To read course descriptions, download our school catalog.  

 

 

 

CONCENTRATION COURSES

  • COMPUTER CONCEPTS
  • COMPUTER APPLICATIONS—UNIX
  • DATABASE CONCEPTS
  • MICROSOFT OPERATING SYSTEMS
  • WEB DEVELOPMENT
  • NETWORKS
  • NETWORK ADMINISTRATION
  • WEB AUTHORING TOOLS
  • ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS
  • IT CUSTOMER SUPPORT
  • VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING
  • PC HARDWARE & DIAGNOSTICS
  • LINUX ADMINISTRATION
  • MICROSOFT INTEGRATION
  • IMPLEMENTING AND ADMINISTERING SQL SERVERS
  • IMPLEMENTING MICROSOFT CLIENTS AND SERVERS
  • MANAGING A MICROSOFT NETWORK ENVIRONMENT
  • DESIGNING SECURITY FOR A MICROSOFT NETWORK
  • ELECTRONIC SPREADSHEETS
 

COSTS

As long as you stay enrolled full-time at Wood Tobe-Coburn, tuition rates will be frozen for you and will never go up from year to year.


Associate Degree Program
TUITION (for students entering January 1, 2017-December 31, 2017)
 
Tuition Per Semester $8,460
   
ADMISSIONS FEES (for students entering January 1, 2017-December 31, 2017) 
Application Fee $50
Tuition Deposit** $50
Confirmation Deposit** $50
   
Estimated Books and Supplies (for completing the program) $4,013
  
*Degree program is 4 semesters 
**Deposit is credited towards tuition when the student begins classes. It is not refundable after the due date.  
 

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

Catalog

Potential applicants may find the following information at  www.woodtobecoburn.edu/catalog.pdf: institutional accreditation; contact information for accrediting agencies and state licensing/approval agencies; admissions policies and practices; policies on transfer of credits to and from the institution; policies and processes for withdrawal and for refunds of tuition/fees; and additional consumer information.

 

Credit Transfer From Another School

Because programs at Wood Tobe-Coburn School are specially tailored to career preparation, course credits from other postsecondary schools, particularly those that emphasize general or liberal arts education, are generally not transferable. However, college graduates and transfer students may be given credit for courses completed at other approved colleges provided the courses are comparable to those required at Wood Tobe-Coburn School and provided the grades received for the courses were "C" or better. Transcripts of work completed may be submitted for review. Credit is not granted for advanced placement or experiential learning.

 

Credit Transfer to Another School

Because programs at Wood Tobe-Coburn School are designed specifically for career preparation, students must assume that credits for courses taken at Wood Tobe-Coburn School are not transferable to other institutions. The acceptance of credits is always at the discretion of the institution to which a student is attempting to transfer credits. There may be articulation agreements in place at the time the student enters that may not be in place when the student graduates or desires to attend a particular school. Neither Wood Tobe-Coburn School nor any of its employees can represent that another institution will accept any courses for credit. If a student is interested in attempting to transfer credits to another institution, Wood Tobe-Coburn School will supply the necessary documentation that may aid the student in receiving credits for the completed course work.