Arkansas Computer Networking Schools

Arkansas Computer Networking Tasks

Planning, installing and handling technical support for the communication between multiple computers and servers are just a few facets of a computer networker in Arkansas. computer networking involves working on local area networks (LANís) and wide area networks (WANís). Software and hardware maintenance are also tasks associated with networking.

arkansas computer networking schools

Currently, Arkansas computer networking experts could find themselves working in the following areas:

  • Elementary and Secondary Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Large Businesses & Corporations
  • Telecommunications Carriers

Computer Networking Jobs in Arkansas

While the average income in computer networking in Arkansas is slightly lower than the national average, the cost of living is significantly lower in the state. According to the US Department of Labor, the average annual salary for computer networking in Arkansas was over $58,000 in 2008.

A list of average Arkansas computer networking salaries is available below:

Position Monthly Annualy
Computer Networking $5,417 $65,000
Wireless Networking Engineer $6,833 $82,000
Support Technician $2,583 $31,000
IT Sales Rep $4,167 $50,000

Schools offering both online and campus-based education programs in Arkansas:



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Purdue University Global
Online Programs:   AAS in Information Technology - Network Administration , BS in Information Technology - Network Administration


Northcentral University
Online Programs:   Doctor of Philosophy in Technology and Innovation Management (PhD-TIM) - Cybersecurity


Keiser University
Online Programs:   Master of Business Administration, MBA - Information Security Management