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- Installer/Repairer - Business Services
- Installer/Repairer - Residential Services
- New Service Delivery/ Provisioning Specialist
- Fiber Optic Installer
- Combination Technician
- Security Systems Installer
- Video Data Technician
- Network Analyst
- Copper and Fiber Optic Cable Repair Technician
- Outside Plant Technician
- Field Service Technician
- Service Technician
Average Salary: $61,470
The median annual wage for career opportunities from this program, according to the US Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics.
100%* Job Placement Rate
If you use the internet, Wi-Fi, cell phones, and streaming video, have you ever wondered how these technologies work? You can be an important part of this industry when you learn to install, operate and maintain modern communication networks. Consider a career in Wi-Fi and Broadband Technologies (Telecommunications).
Modern broadband networks carry voice, video and data traffic across town and across the world. An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Wi-Fi and Broadband Technologies will prepare you to work with and configure these modern, high tech networks. Your education will teach you in-depth knowledge in areas like Wi-Fi, data switching and routing, fiber optics, Voice over IP (VoIP), streaming video, IoT (Internet of Things) and other emerging technologies.
Career opportunities are on the rise and students will find exciting opportunities with telecom companies, as well as in many other industries like electrical cooperatives, financial institutions, health care facilities, schools and anywhere communication networks are needed.
*Placement data is gathered through graduate surveys, faculty-collected data, and phone surveys started after six months of graduation. In 2021, 10 of the 10 graduates are represented in the data. Employment rate is figured by: (graduates employed)/(responding graduates who are seeking employment).