Network Engineering

Mission Statement:
In accordance with the mission of Missouri Baptist University and the School of Business, the Network Engineering program provides a curriculum to prepare students to meet the challenges of business technology needs from a Christian worldview. Our commitment is to provide high-quality education, technical skills, and fundamental core concepts of network engineering to successfully support the constant change in technology within the business environment. We are dedicated to preparing our students based on a spiritual foundation to be in the forefront of a rapidly changing industry.

Job Opportunities in Network Engineering
Network Engineer
Network Operations Analyst
Network Technician
Network Solutions Architect
Network Security Engineer

School of Business Core Requirements: (30 hours)

ACCT 213 – Principles of Financial Accounting

ACCT 223 – Principles of Managerial Accounting

MATH 243 – Probability and Statistics ** MOTR MATH 110

BUSN 303 – Business Ethics and Professional Integrity

BUSN 353 – Communication Strategies in Business

BUSN 363 – Financial Management

BUSN 463 – Business Strategy and Competition

ECON 123 – Microeconomics* MOTR ECON 102

MGMT 303 – Management Concepts and Practice

MRKT 313 – Introduction to Marketing

Technical Core Courses: (36 hours)

BCIS 403/503 – Management Applications of Information Technology

ITBU 203 – Introduction to Application Development

ITBU 213 – IT Infrastructure

ITBU 313 – Introduction to Cybersecurity

ITBU 333 – System Analysis and Design

ITBU 363 – Business Analytics

ITBU 373 – Operating Systems

ITBU 453 – Auditing and Control

ITBU 463 – Server-Based Networking

ITNE 313 – Networking Implementation

ITBU 473 – Project Management

ITCC 483 – Senior Capstone/Research Project