Ohio Computer Networking Training

Computer Networker in Ohio

Any Ohio resident who is interested in pursuing an education in computer networking is certainly in the right place. Ohio is one of those states that is just brimming with educational opportunities in this area. Students can pursue associate degrees, which are usually earned in two years or less and give them a general overview of the field. Later, if they wish, they may transfer these credits to a bachelor degree program. For those who prefer to go straight into a bachelor program, these can usually be completed in four years or less. There are also certifications for those who just wish to brush up on knowledge in a specific area. It is important that students really consider their options and their career paths and then make the right choice for their particular needs.

ohio computer networking schools

Schools to consider include the University of Akron, which offers an associate degree in computer systems networking and a bachelor degree in the same, making for easy transfer of credits if necessary; Ohio University in Athens, which offers a bachelor degree and a master degree program for those who already possess an undergraduate degree; the University of Cincinnati's Claremont College in Batavia, which offers a dual associate degree in both computer technology and computer systems technology; and Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, which has a bachelor program. There are also many schools in the major city of Cincinnati. These include Antonelli College (associate); Cincinnati State Technical and Community College (associate); National College (associate); and TechSkills, which only offers certifications but includes a specialty certification in system networking and LAN/WAN management.

Outside of the Cincinnati, there are still more educational opportunities available. Other schools throughout the state include Cleveland Institute of Electronics (certification only); the Goodwill Training and Employment Center in Cleveland, which specializes in certifications for the mentally challenged; Remington College in Cleveland (associate only); Bradford School in Columbus (associate only); DeVry University of Columbus (associate, bachelor, and master programs); ITT Technical Institute (associate only); National College in Colubmus (associate only); Kaplan College in Dayton (certification only); Lorain County Community College in Elyria (associate only); Terra State Community College in Fremont (associate only); Gallipolis Career College in Gallipolis (associate only); Southern State Community College in Hillsboro (associate only); Bowling Green State University in Huron (associate only); Lakeland Community College in Kirtland (certification and associate); Apollo Career Center in Lima (certification only); James A. Rhodes State College, also in Lima (certification and associate); Washington State Community College in Marietta (associate); Marion Technical College in Marion (certification and associate); Stautzenberger College in Maumee (certification and associate); Hocking College in Nelsonville (associate only); Career and Technology Education Centers of Licking County in Newark (certification only); Stark State College of Technology in North Canton (associate only); University of Akron Wayne College in Orrville (certification and associate); Owens Community College in Perrysburg (certification only); Edison State Community College in Piqua (associate only); Community Technology Learning Center of Portage in Ravenna (certification only); and University of Rio Grande in Rio Grande (associate only).

Schools offering both online and campus-based education programs in Ohio:

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