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What Academic knowledge do you think, is required to be a Network Engineer?

  1. croshan23 profile image61
    croshan23posted 7 years ago

    What Academic knowledge do you think, is required to be a Network Engineer?

  2. CJ Andrews profile image91
    CJ Andrewsposted 7 years ago

    Quite a bit, check out the coarse work at a uni.

  3. croshan23 profile image61
    croshan23posted 7 years ago

    Below are the minimal requirements smile
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    1. An Academic Degree of Networking

    2. Certifications: MCSE, CCNA, CCNP, CEH

  4. CeresTine profile image56
    CeresTineposted 7 years ago

    A Bachelor's degree preferably in Computer Engineering. Technical certifications such as MCP, MCSE or Cisco. An MBA with technology as a core component is an advantage.

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    markwhite09posted 6 years ago

    There are a couple of different ways you could do this. If you want to start working as soon as possible and don’t want to study for very long you should pursue a Computer Technology degree program at the associate level. The duration of this program tends to be around 20 months but some colleges will allow you to complete it in as little as 15 months. However, if you want a broader, more diverse range of knowledge and training, I would advise you to pursue a Bachelor degree in Computer Science with a Networking emphasis which will take you 30-36 months to complete. Whichever degree you choose to pursue, make sure it is from an accredited, well rated educational institution.
    Reference: http://www.cc-sd.edu/information-techno … networking

  6. hollyhock profile image37
    hollyhockposted 6 years ago

    Networking is very easy task, no academic program can make you good engineer, they are just background support, any can do fine without it in this sector, if he/she has this qualifications:

    1. Good common sense
    2. Vendor certification: CISCO (CCNA

 
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