Network and Communications Management Careers

Building Networks for Smoother Business

Today’s technology enables communication to be delivered through networks that are accessible and secure. With a degree from DeVry University or its Keller School of Management, you can prepare for a fulfilling career in network and communications management. You will learn to design, implement, secure and manage business networks, and our knowledgeable professors will help you develop the analytical and technical skills you will need.

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Professional Responsibilities

When you earn your degree with a focus in network and communications management from DeVry or Keller, you'll be equipped for careers like:

  • Data Communications Analyst: Analyze problems to implement solutions such as information engineering, mathematical and data modeling and cost accounting
  • Database Administrators: Determine ways to organize and store data, as well as manage database systems and networks
  • Network Security Specialist: With the threat of hackers, cyber-criminals and online terrorists, network security specialists are in demand both in the military and in civilian occupations


Network and communications management career opportunities are available in a variety of industries, including:

  • Business
  • Government
  • Communications
  • Manufacturing
  • Medical
  • Research
  • Security

Career Opportunities

DeVry and Keller graduates who focus on network and communications management may be prepared for positions such as:

  • Network administration
  • Network analysis, planning, and management
  • Network technical support
  • Network troubleshooting and support
  • Network security
  • Network operations
  • Voice or data communications analysis and administration
  • Internet/intranet administration