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Information Networking and Telecommunications Comprehensive

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Information Networking and Telecommunications (INT) at the University of Nebraska at Kearney is a Cyber Systems degree that gives students both business and technical career pathways. In this degree, you will learn about building, designing, securing and managing the infrastructure, connections and devices that deliver Internet. All companies need INT professionals to lead them in the best way to not only configure networks but to help defend against hackers. If you like hands-on learning and have a curiosity about how things works, come talk to a Cyber Systems professor today.

Related skills

  • Manage virtualized systems in data center like Google or Amazon
  • Analyze data and configure networks to fend off hackers
  • Lead an IT team to implement networks in new construction
  • Configure and implement wireless networks for companies
  • Set up new voice networks for companies for videoconferencing

Places UNK Graduates Work

  • Sprint - Kansas City, Kan.
  • Intellicom - Kearney, Neb.
  • Windstream - Lincoln, Neb.
  • Verizon Business - Dallas, Texas
  • AT&T - Redmond, Wash.
  • The Buckle - Kearney, Neb.
  • Consolidated Telecom - Lincoln, Neb.
  • Cox Communications - Omaha, Neb.
  • NE Central Telephone Co. - Gibbon, Neb.
  • Quest Communications - Omaha, Neb.
Tanner Cline

Tanner credits his internship experience as giving him a better sense of direction for his life. It was his first glimpse into the life of the real IT world and helped him to branch out and discover the latest and greatest. Tanner acknowledges that the University of Nebraska at Kearney provided him with frequent developmental opportunities that put him in situations where he could make a difference. He credits the small class sizes and tremendous faculty for his enriching and enjoyable experience. He notes that a lot of colleges have issues with students getting lost in the crowd, but he never felt this way at UNK. In fact, he says the people he met here along the way seem irreplaceable.

Tanner Cline

Information Networking and Telecommunications

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