Networking for Systems and Security
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree, Diploma, CertificateApply
Computers and technology play an essential role in powering business, and you will, too. We help you master the skills that keep networks running. Take classes online, on campus, or both. Iowa's Last-Dollar Scholarship may even cover your tuition.
What You Learn in Network Systems and Security
Build skills to troubleshoot hardware and software. Analyze problems, support users, and monitor network resources. Our program prepares you to earn industry-recognized certifications, such as CCNA, CompTIA Network +, CompTIA A+, and more.
What Can I Do With a Networking Degree?
Enter the IT field as a network, helpdesk, or security technician. You're a valued front-line asset who prevents, troubleshoots, and solves tech problems. Keep businesses, users, and networks operating and secure.
A Solid Foundation
Beyond your peers
Build and maintain a small network.
Practice exams and a testing center. We help you prepare for certification tests.
Ace core programming basics including data types, control structures, algorithm development.
Install and optimize
Master Linux and Windows Operating Systems.
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Iowa's Last-Dollar Scholarship
You may be eligible to earn a degree in this high-demand field for zero tuition costs! You file for financial aid, and if your Expected Family Contribution is at or below $20,000, the state covers the remaining balance beyond the aid for which you are eligible. More than two dozen career programs qualify, including this one. File your FAFSA by July 15.Learn More
Our IT curriculum is mapped to certifications and we provide tools such as practice exams and a testing center. Getting one or more industry-standard certifications while taking classes is a seamless integration into your coursework. This includes certifications from CompTIA, Microsoft, Cisco, and Amazon Web Services.
Join In and Stand Out
Have fun and gain an edge. Compete in IT competitions and push your skills beyond the classroom. Test yourself and document what you can achieve. Join our EICC.ITSA student group. Attend the annual U.S. Information Technology Collegiate Conference. With us, you can fully dive into the field and build your resume.LEARN MORE ABOUT EICC.ITSA
Online, On-Campus or Both!
Build a schedule to fit your needs. Take classes 100% online, join us in-person, or mix and match. No matter how you choose to take your classes, we fully support you in reaching your goals. In addition to your instructors, take advantage of advising, tutoring, and the wealth of services EICC students enjoy.Learn more about Online Classes
EICC’s Career Services department helps you refine goals, search for jobs, and launch a profession. Looking for work or an internship? Regional and national employers post openings on our job posting site. Upload your resume. Refresh it first using our free online tool. Meet with an EICC career coordinator to do a mock interview or to learn more about career pathways.REACH YOUR CAREER GOALS
Start in High School
Get a jump on your college education while you are in high school. Through our Career Academies, complete a semester to a full year of courses. It's free and cuts down on the time you spend completing your EICC degree, often in half. Save time and money, and launch your career sooner.LEARN MORE ABOUT CAREER ACADEMIES
Your Degree = Success
Complete your education in two years. Qualify for better jobs. Earn a higher salary. Enjoy a better quality of life. The benefits of an associate's degree are impressive and wide-ranging.Explore the value of an associate’s degree
Employment and Wage Outlook
How to Pay for EICC
College is more affordable than you think, especially when you factor in federal and state aid, loan options, scholarships, institutional grants, and Work-Study.
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