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Network Engineering Technology (WATC)

Location:  Peak Innovation Center (Satellite)
Options: Morning and afternoon

Turn your love of computers and virtual networks into a lucrative career by becoming a network engineering technician. Network engineering technicians combine programming skills with imagination to construct robust computer networks for businesses and their employees. This program equips students with the skills they will need to enter the workforce as a computer network support specialist progressing to the level of a network and system administrator.

Career Titles: Network Engineer, Network Architect, Computer System Administrator
Industry: Educational Services, Computer systems Design, Government, Finance & Insurance
Outlook: 4-8 percent growth
Arkansas Median Wage: $39,450 - $63,380 (varies by specialty)

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Fall Semester
First Year
Spring Semester
First Year
Fall Semester
Second Year
Spring Semester
Second Year
Computer Apps Intro to Programming Linux Foundations Support Essentials
Wiring & Cabling Networking with Devices Microsoft Server Foundations Cloud Computing
Cyber Devices I Cyber Devices II Configuring Network Devices Cyber Security


Sample schedule only. Actual schedules may vary.

Credentials students can potentially earn while in WATC:

  • Certificate of Proficiency in Supporting Technology

Degree options to complete at UAFS:

  • Technical Certificate in Network Engineering Technology
  • Associate of Applied Science in Network Engineering Technology