Information and networking are two of the most important strategic issues for the success of every academic sector.
While today nearly every university or department uses a substantial number of computers and communication tools (telephones, fax, personal handheld devices), they are often still isolated. While managers today are able to use the newest applications, many departments still do not communicate and much-needed information cannot be readily accessed.
Computer network department offer students the opportunity to focus on the technical and administrative skills required to create and use computer networks for a range of different purposes. Topics covered will include security, multimedia, programming languages, system architecture, network administration, project management, databases, and much more. All these subjects play a role in the way that computer networks operate and how people use them in different settings.
There are many benefits to participating in the computer networking department such as: