Discover how to design, implement, maintain and secure computer networks through a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, with a focus on Computer Networking. The University of Central Missouri’s expert faculty for our Computer Networking degree will introduce you to the latest technologies while providing you with hands-on training.
An HCL-accredited bachelor’s degree that combines computer science and computer networking
Technology is integral in every aspect of our lives. Cloud computing and computer networking professionals widely impact the success of a business. You’ll prepare to lead in this growing tech field as you pursue a Computer Science and Networking degree. Determine where important information is stored, enable team members to stay connected and provide the tools colleagues need to back up, maintain and recover valuable information.
A Computer Networking degree program with online courses
UCM’s Computer Networking degree is mainly in person, but many courses are offered online. You can advance your career on your schedule by taking courses as a full- or part-time student.
95% of students land a job or continue their education within 6 months
Top 15% best value program
One of the largest CS programs in Missouri
Learn cloud computing and systems design
Much like a web developer degree, you’ll take core coursework in computer programming, data structures, operating systems, programming languages and more. Unlike a web development degree, though, you’ll choose from dozens of electives to specialize your Computer Networking degree in cloud computing, systems design, software development and other fields. This flexibility helps set the University of Central Missouri apart from other programs. Choose from topics in client-side and server-side web programming, computer systems administration and web applications security.
UCM’s Computer Networking degree offers much more than web development degrees by balancing both hardware and software aspects of computer networks. You’ll learn the latest technologies to develop web applications, plus how to make them secure.
During your final year, you will collaborate with other Software Development and Software Engineering students on a substantial project in a capstone course. Working with our industry partners, you will apply the knowledge and skills you’ve learned and pursue a real-world project related to computer networking and cloud computing. Your project might involve group dynamics, ethical and professional responsibility or another topic you’re interested in.
The University of Central Missouri’s Computer Networking degree will provide you with the knowledge and skills to develop, install, maintain and troubleshoot software applications that will reside in the cloud, internet and local networks. You’ll learn from leading experts with web developer degrees and other areas of specialty who train networking professionals throughout Missouri and beyond.
Our Computer Networking degree helps you get hands-on, real-world job experience here on campus and beyond through:
Computer networking professionals keep network systems running smoothly. You might be developing the next great cloud-based application, working in full stack development, perfecting the user experience, maintaining software and hardware, keeping a watchful eye on potential problems, analyzing issues that arise and much more.
More on computer networking careers
Explore the many ways Computer Networking degrees are used in the computer science field. You can also check out job outlooks, salary expectations and other valuable career insights for graduates with web development degrees, cloud computing degrees and other computer science expertise.
At the University of Central Missouri, you get the best of both worlds: a well-respected degree that is also affordable. We offer competitive tuition rates, and we have a variety of opportunities and resources to help you finance your college education.
In addition to tutoring and teaching assistantships, we also have scholarships specifically for Computer Science and Computer Networking students, including:
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