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You are the go-to person for technical advice, you have loved all things tech for years. Every company you can think of uses computers, networks and is connected to the internet. You see yourself working with the skill set it takes to keep all that technology running. NET is a two year diploma that focusses on the hands on implementation of secure server and network infrastructures using on premise and cloud technologies. If you are a hands on learner who loves diving deep into IT topics - NET is the program for you. NET – Connecting IT!
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assessed. Program availability is subject to change without notice.
The program availability status for international applications is updated as applications are
reviewed and assessed. Program availability is subject to change without notice.
Credit programs that accept international applicants also meet the eligibility for the Post-Graduation
Work Permit program. Each student is responsible for maintaining their eligibility
throughout their studies.
The Network Engineering Technology diploma is designed to provide you with advanced training in the design, implementation and maintenance of data and computer networks.
Through the course of the program, you can expect to learn how to:
As the world becomes more heavily dependent on high-speed network communications for virtually every facet of everyday business and life, our graduates find themselves in growing demand.
Explore work experience opportunities that help grads get hired even sooner.
Current and recently admitted students can find information and updates about their program on their My Program page in the MyNAIT Portal. To monitor your course progress and the courses still needed to graduate, visit your Academic Progress Report.
You may apply for advanced credit once you have been accepted into the program. Advanced credit can be Transfer Credit (for completed post-secondary courses) or PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition).
In addition to the common guidelines outlined on the Transfer and Credit Options section, your program has other advanced credit requirements that are applied to each request including:
Read more about advanced credit or contact us about applying for credit for this program.
Thank you for your interest! We want to get you in contact with the right person to answer your questions. If you are a current or recently admitted student you can find program and course information as well as contact details for your program on the My Program page on the MyNAIT Portal.
This program is a part of the School of Applied Sciences and Technology.
Learn advanced skills in analyzing, optimizing, maintaining, implementing and administering computer networks.
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