Computer Networking (Bachelor of Science)
Associate Professor Mira Yun explains how the Computer Networking program prepares students to solve real-world problems. Students can use our Networking lab at the Altschuler Computer Center to construct their own data centers and be well prepared to start rewarding and high paying jobs.
Wentworth’s Computer Networking students learn how to apply cutting-edge technology to design, manage, and secure the complex networks and systems that organizations depend on in their information technology infrastructure. These systems provide the backbone for the operations of top companies around the world.
Forging Real-World Skills in the Classroom
Wentworth Computer Networking students in computer networks (switching, routing), system and network administration, computer and network security, operating systems, web programming, databases, and project management. Students can take courses in our specialized networking lab provides students with project-based, practical learning opportunities in network configuration, security, and operations.
Wentworth Computer Networking graduates work in network administration, network engineering, system administration, database administration, web design, operations support, and security.
Co-op Experience with Top Employers
Through Wentworth’s strong network of employers, including many alumni, Computer Networking students obtain professional experience during their two required cooperative work semesters. Partners hiring our co-op students include Akamai Technologies, athenahealth, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Raytheon, Spark Technology, Starry, and The Broad Institute.
The Wentworth Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
For program objectives, outcomes and enrollment and degree data, please visit the Computer Networking Accreditation Information page.