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The Concentration in Networks at Radford University

Computer and communications networks are now a part of our everyday lives. The networks Concentration prepares students for careers in network design and network administration. Courses expose students to a broad spectrum of networking concepts and technologies in both a theoretical classroom setting and an advanced networks lab.

College Core Courses Required

ITEC 110 - Principles of Information Technology
ITEC 120 - Principles of Computer Science I
ITEC 220 - Principles of Computer Science II
ITEC 225 - Web Programming I
ITEC 345 - Introduction to Information Security
ITEC 490 - IT Professionalism

Concentration Requirements

ITEC 310 - Programming in C and Unix
ITEC 340 - Database I
ITEC 350 - Introduction to Computer Networking
ITEC 352 - Computer Organization
ITEC 371 - Operating Systems I
ITEC 451 - Network Design and Analysis
ITEC 452 - Distributed Computing
MATH 152 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
STAT 410 - Probability and Statistics I
STAT 200 or 310
- Intro to Statistics
- Probability and Statistics I
6 Credits in: 300 or 400 level ITEC courses
(Except ITEC 301, 400, 493, or 498)
6 More Hours in: -Any 300 level or above ITEC course
  (except ITEC 301 or 400);
-MATH 152, MATH 155, or any 200 level
  or above Math course;
-ASTR 111 or ASTR 112;
-any Biology (except BIOL 301 or BIOL 302);
-any Chemistry;
-any Geology (except GEOL 110 or GEOL 205);
-any physics; or
-PHSC 301

Degree Core Courses Required

ITEC 122 - Discrete Mathematics
ITEC 324 - Principles of Computer Science III
MATH 151 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry I

For more information on this challenging but highly rewarding major contact: Dr. Arthur Carter

Department of Information Technology

Box 6993 Radford University

Radford, VA 24142

(540) 831-5381