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Networking Systems Technology - Telecommunications Option

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Individuals, companies, and organizations cannot exist without worldwide communication. Telecommunications technicians are trained in extremely technical and highly specialized installation, maintenance, and repair of a wide variety of complex communication infrastructures. Graduates from the program are prepared to assist customers with modern communications systems. Advancement in telecommunications technology will continue to create demand for competent technicians and new fields are continually emerging for well-qualified individuals. The telecommunications technician’s role is to provide customers with voice and data services through a variety of delivery systems. These include telecommunication network switching; Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP); microwave, wireless, satellite equipment installation and repair; fiber optics and customer premises wiring; and many other facets of this rapidly changing industry.

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Degree Offered:

Associate of Applied Science-Telecommunications Option

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The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) accreditation

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