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Network Infrastructure
Networking is at the core of all digital communications in our interconnected society.  Network Infrastructure students learn the skills necessary for immediate employment in a variety of positions throughout information technology.
Median Network Infrastructure Salary in Indiana
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Annual Network Infrastructure Salary Range
$46,594 - $91,477
Wage data taken from U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. May 2020 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates: Indiana. (2021).

NETI students work with industry-standard networking equipment and components, from routers and switches down to cabling, connectivity, and mounting. 

Students work through the Cisco Networking Academy official CCNA preparation curriculum, in addition to core or elective courses in infrastructure, wireless, voice, server administration and cybersecurity.

Our Graduates

Our Graduates are able to step immediately into the workforce in a variety of roles.  Our students are employed by industry partners, large and small, throughout Indiana, including Wintek, Harrison Steel, PEFCU and Accent Consulting.

Transfer Partners

If you would like to continue your education after completing your Ivy Tech degree, we have several four-year transfer partnerships in place. Talk to your transfer advocate for more information about transfer opportunities!

Ivy Tech’s School of Computing and Informatics programs were funded by 92%, or $2,284,018 of U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration TAACCCT Grant funds.

Degrees & Certificates

Please select from our list of certificates, technical certificates, and degrees below for class and location information. More information is available on each degree and certificate option in the dropdown above. 

Academic Catalog: Review the program degree requirements and course descriptions.


Routing and Switching
(16 credit hours = 1-2 semesters)

Technical Certificates

Technical Certificate
(33 credit hours = 2-3 semesters)


Associate of Applied Science
(60 credit hours = 4 semesters)

The Network Infrastructure (NETI) program develops and refines knowledge and practical skills in the design, installation, configuration, and secure administration of digital networks. 

Related Programs:

You may also be interested in other computing programs like Computer Science, Cyber Security/Information Assurance, Database Management and Administration, Informatics, Information Technology Support, Server Administration or Software Development.  For a short description on each program check out this video or visit the School of Information Technology.

NOTE: The number of credits required for a degree or certificate is based on students who are program-ready and does not include College Prep courses. Availability of degrees and certificates varies by campus.

Program Outcomes

Program Locations

The Network Infrastructure program is offered at the Ivy Tech campuses above.