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Computer Systems and Network Technologies
Network and Computer Systems Administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of an organization's computer networks. They organize, install, and support an organization's computer systems, including:
- Local area networks (LANs)
- Wide area networks (WANs)
- Network segments
- Data Communication Systems
- Microsoft Windows Desktop
- Microsoft Windows Server
- Linux Workstations
Did you know that the Computer Systems and Network Technologies program can be completed online?
- Computer Systems and Network Technologies AAS (100% can be completed online)
Visit our Office of Online Learning for more information!
The Computer Systems and Network Technologies curriculum offers background in:
- Network technologies
- Desktop support
- Server administration
- Computer systems
- Network support
You'll apply theory hands-on in labs for assembling, testing, and troubleshooting computer systems. Our technical electives will help you expand your knowledge of software and development tools.
By earning your Computer Systems and Network Technologies Degree, you can work as a:
- Network Administrator
- Network Support Specialist
- Network Control Technician
- Network Systems Technician
- LAN/WAN Technician
- Hardware/Telcom Field Technician
- System Administrator
- Desktop Administrator
- Help Desk Support
- Bench Technician
Starting at GCC saves many students and their families thousands of dollars in tuition. With an A.S. or A.A. degree you will be able to seamlessly transfer within the SUNY network of 64 college and universities as well as to many 4-year private institutions. GCC's A.S. and A.A. programs were developed as part of the SUNY seamless transfer initiative allowing students to complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree as a freshman and a sophomore at a community college, then seamlessly transfer to a SUNY four-year institution to earn a bachelor's degree. Please reference the SUNY Transfer Pathways for degree programs to learn about any campus specific requirements. Visit the SUNY Core Course Finder to plan out the courses you should complete to transfer to a 4-year SUNY School.
If you are planning to transfer to a 4-year private institution you should work with our Transfer Services office to learn about possible articulation agreements and pathways that exist for many or our degree programs. Some GCC A.A.S. programs also have transfer opportunities.
To learn more about these opportunities and agreements contact the Transfer Services Office, we are more than happy to work with you and answer any questions you may have on building your own personalized transfer plan.
Transfer opportunities can include, but are not limited to:
- SUNY College at Alfred State
- Rochester Institute of Technology
- SUNY Empire State College
- SUNY Polytech (Utica)