Welcome to Network Systems Management
(NSM) in the Computer Technology (CPT) department at
Florence-Darlington Technical College! The department offers an Associate of Applied Science degree with a major in Network Systems Management.
Do you enjoy working with computers?
Do you like working with people and helping them solve their technical problems?
Are you interested in learning about how to setup networks and maintain them?
If so, then a career as a computer/network technician is for you--and Florence Darlington Technical College has exactly what you are looking for.
As a network systems technology student you will find that the only thing constant in this industry is change, and that is exactly what you will find at FDTC. Our program is always in the process of change. We are proud to work closely with our industry leaders to mold our program to their needs and yours, the student. You can be assured we will work closely with you to provide the best educational and employment opportunities.
Our Curriculum Layout
The NSM program prepares students for entry-level positions as network administrators, network managers, network designers, network operations specialists, network technicians, network installers, network support specialists, or help desk technicians.
The goal is to give students the ability to fit into a variety of information systems infrastructures by teaching basic concepts within the framework of a wide variety of equipment and architectures. The program prepares students for the CompTIA A+, Network+, and the Cisco CCNA exams.
Florence-Darlington Technical College has general admission requirements listed on its website which are followed in the NSM department. There are specific department admission requirements as well. See the links below.
You will need to complete an application for admission and have high school and/or college transcripts sent, along with any test scores.
What about financial aid? The department has a TechStars Scholarship Program available. In addition, our financial aid office is available to help you with other financial aid questions.