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Kaplan University maps your military experience into the Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology, helping you achieve more, sooner. We provide you the skills to help you succeed in networking careers both inside and outside the military.*We believe your military training should give you a jumpstart on your education. We have evaluated various Signal Corps occupational specialties (MOSs) to help reduce the number of credits required to earn an Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology by as much as 66% depending on the skill level achieved (see table below).
25 B Information Technology Specialists
25N Nodal Network System Operator Maintainer
25Q Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator Maintainer
25S SATCOM Systems Operator - Maintainer
25W Telecommunications Operations Chief
Please note that credit awards listed below are based on the standard training provided to members in these occupations within the last 5 years. Some individuals may have had variations to that training, in which case the credit award may be different. If you completed this training and have not been in the occupation within the last 5 years the award may also vary. The applicable training must be shown on your Joint Services Transcript.
Don't see your occupation listed? You may still have training that can shorten your path to a degree. An advisor can help coordinate a review of your military transcript to determine if you are eligible for credit.
The Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology program is designed to provide you with the general education, applied knowledge, and technical and communication skills to pursue a range of entry-level positions in network administration, software programming, and web development.*
You’ll have the opportunity to develop foundational skills to install and maintain computer networks, troubleshoot hardware and software problems, manage databases, and develop web pages.
The curriculum emphasizes the
The networking concentration also provides instruction in:
This degree is designed to prepare graduates to pursue entry-level employment in various areas within the information technology field. Upon completing the program, you may qualify to work as a project manager, program manager, or network administrator.* You can also focus on an area of study that best fits your career and educational goals.
After you have completed your degree, you can move into our Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, or choose from other bachelor’s degree programs. Kaplan University also offers master’s degree programs in information technology.
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