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Masters in Network & Communications Mgmt

While working towards a Masters in Network & Communications Mgmt, students often take classes focused on designing and constructing computer networks for companies and government agencies of many different sizes. Students take classes in network management, systems development, software engineering, decision support systems, enterprise resource management, telephony systems, and computer security. Most of these study courses take around two years to complete full time. During this time, students obtain the ability to gather specifications for new systems, designing communication networks, implement installation, and manage existing network and communications systems after graduation, many students do not want to work for a variety of private corporations and government agencies.

People that work for a living do not have the time to go for traditional university classes. Yet, they want to have additional training in order to advance in their chosen field. Network & Communications Mgmt Masters Programs offer the same professional training to their students as those degree programs offered on traditional university campuses. Many students find it more affordable and taking traditional classes as well. Since these students do not have to pay facility fees, tuition costs are often much lower. It is also more convenient since they can schedule class assignments around their work and personal lives.

Many people that graduate with this Masters degree already work in the information technology industry. Some work for corporations while others work as consultants. Some students desire to move up in the present company while others desire to move on to other employment opportunities. Most graduates start out as network administrators or communication analysts. Over time, many become managers of network departments. Right out of school, network analyst can expect to make $45,000 per year if they work for a private corporation. Obtaining certification from someplace such as Cisco networks usually translates to higher salaries.

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