The Blue Ridge computer network engineering technologies degree is a solid choice for students considering an advanced technology career. The program offers a flexible environment where students can develop the skills to enter a rapidly changing networking workforce. Designed for students with an in-depth knowledge of Cisco or Microsoft networking, the Blue Ridge program develops network fluency and troubleshooting skills. The emphasis on networking technology complements a variety of certification training choices.
What are my career options?
Blue Ridge will equip graduates with the skills to design, administer, and maintain network systems in a variety of settings. With completed degree and certifications, graduates may earn $40,000–$50,000 annually in entry-level network support positions with a future potential of earning more than $80,000.
Note: All salary estimations are based on current position and educational trends. Blue Ridge and The School of Business and Information Technology cannot guarantee that the projections given will be the salaries students or graduates will ultimately receive.