The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional StudiesQueens Campus
Networking and Telecommunications at St. John's University is a professional curriculum built upon a liberal arts core leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The Networking and Telecommunications major, offered to both day and evening students, is designed to provide both a comprehensive education leading to such initial careers as telecommunications analyst, systems analyst, network manager and first-line supervisor and a solid preparation for further academic and professional study in networking, computer science and decision sciences. An option is available to enable students to earn the Bachelor of Science in Networking and Telecommunications with a minor in business.
Networking and Telecommunications
Career opportunities are booming for network security analysts, computer crime investigators, network administrators and network planning analysts.Networking and Telecommunications (Business Option)
Students gain a comprehensive understanding of the technological and administrative issues that shape the growing networking and telecommunications industry.
For more information about admission to this and other acclaimed undergraduate programs at St. John’s University, please visit Undergraduate Admission online. Or contact us directly at the campus of your choice:
Admission Office - Queens Campus718-990-2000[email protected]
CUS Required Coursework: 6 Credits from the following courses:
CSS Required Coursework: 6 Credits from:
DFR Required Coursework: 3 Credits from:
NET Required Coursework: 6 Credits from:
NET Elective Coursework: 15 Credits from: NET 1021 or higher, or CSS 1015
Free Electives: 15 Credits
18 Credits from the following courses:
And 6 Credits in higher level MTH chosen from:
And 3 Credits in Social Science Elective, chosen from any:
36 Credits from the following courses:
Modern Foreign Language/Cultural Studies: 6 Credits from:
All St. John's students benefit from the University's many outstanding facilities and resources. Computer laboratories contain sophisticated PC and Mac workstations with a full range of the latest academic software packages.High-tech classrooms and lecture halls feature sophisticated multimedia equipment. Lounges and quiet study areas enhance the research experience in our 1.7 million-volume University Library. The 127,000-square-foot D’Angelo Center, the new University and Student Center, features high-tech classrooms, lecture halls, a Starbucks Café, full service food court as well as lounges and study areas.
Students take advantage of St. John’s location in dynamic New York City. Our faculty and Career Center have strong ties to employers and other professional and educational resources throughout the New York area. Students make New York their classroom through innovative courses like Discover New York.
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Networking and Telecommunications in the College of Professional Studies supports the goals of St. John’s University, and is thereby committed to academic excellence and the pursuit of wisdom—which flows from free inquiry, religious values and human experience. The program mission is to prepare undergraduates for productive careers in industry, academia, and government by providing an outstanding environment for teaching and learning, both theory and applications, in the fields of telecommunications and networking. Students who complete this program will be ready to enter the workforce as qualified telecommunications and networking professionals, and will be able to continue to build upon their knowledge and skills throughout their careers.
The program will prepare graduates to:
Demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts which serve as the foundation for all communications networking systems.
Demonstrate the analytical skills necessary to apply the basic concepts and principles of telecommunications and networking to the solution of practical problems within a technical environment.
Demonstrate the knowledge, experience, and values needed to become lifelong learners, and will be prepared, upon graduation, either to enter the job market or to continue on to further study in the fields of telecommunications or networking.
Demonstrate proficiency in a second, complementary area of academic strength by mastering a telecommunications-related option within the main program. (Not required for the degree)