NYIT offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications Network Management, and an Associate in Applied Science degree in Telecommunications Technology.
Telecommunications network management is a dynamic field that has grown to become a vital component of every industry worldwide. Telecommunications managers, who must have expertise in management practices and strategies as well as the technical aspects of electrical and computer systems, work at the forefront of new developments in all areas of electronic communication technology, including network planning and administration, voice and data analysis, digital systems support, and high-speed information networks.
To apply to the engineering and technology programs, you should have minimum SAT scores of 520 (mathematics) and 480 (verbal) or an ACT score of 20. In addition, you should have adequate mathematics courses to permit your entry into Calculus I.
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