• Computer Networking

    Digital communication is the backbone of modern society. You can be one of the professionals who assures information is accessible and secure with a degree or certificate in computer networking from Collin College.

    Collin College’s computer networking program prepares graduates to design and install secure network systems based on customer requirements, monitor and maintain network traffic and security, and maintain network hardware and software. Learn teamwork and critical-thinking skills through hands-on activities and network simulations. Gain the practical knowledge you need to be successful in a wide range of industries.

    Network and Computer Systems Administrators have an average salary of $92,800 with 21% growth.  Computer Network Support Specialists have an average salary of $80,200 with 21% growth.  (Data obtained from JobsEQ (Collin County), O*NET, and Workforce Solutions of North Central Texas Note: Job growth projected from 2019-2025 Note: The earning potential for employees with certifications and associate of applied science degrees may exceed the average salary.)