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INT is about designing, building and managing the infrastructure, connections and devices that deliver internet-based technology and information.
Information networking and telecommunications is an IT degree that gives students career paths in information technology on both the business and technical sides. Smart homes, smart phones, cybersecurity, and data centers require INT professionals to make things work.
You need to "think like a hacker," and this is what you’ll learn in INT.
Healthcare, government agencies and private companies need INT professionals to lead them in the best ways to secure and protect their data.
You also need, and will learn, IT leadership and professional skills.
You’ll determine and design the best equipment, devices, interconnectivity and structure to support the technology requirements of a company.
What jobs are there in INT?
The INT field is growing. According to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, the fastest growing occupations from 2012 to 2022 include:
UNK’s bachelor’s degree in INT is a mix of technical and managerial content that gives students an edge in the information technology world. In our program, there is no computer programming, just networking.
You have ever networked your friends’ X-boxes together, hooked up your family’s home theater system, or helped someone with their computer networks. You like to tackle complicated challenges by identifying the problems and creating innovative, simple solutions for them.