You were made for more.
Network technology is the infrastructure of modern communication. It changes swiftly, demanding accountable managers with technical expertise, analytical talent, and problem-solving ability. Microsoft, CISCO and Security+ certifications can open doors for professional growth, but imagine how many opportunities will be available when you have a Bachelor’s degree as well.
Southern Nazarene University’s Network Management degree completion program is designed to hone your skills so you can improve your position and income within the workforce. Courses* taught by fully-certified professors are delivered in a small group format to enable quick, in-depth learning from professors and other adult students who support you along the way.
If you’ve earned some college credit and are ready to reach your goals, complete the information form to be contacted by one of our admissions representatives.
*Network Management classes meet one to two nights per week in Bethany or 100% online.
PSY 3413 – Personal & Professional Development
This course examines adult learning theory and various learning styles. The course provides a model that is used to analyze life experience.
SNM 3413 – Windows Networking I
This course provides students with the skills to do an initial implementation and configuration of the core services within a Windows Active Directory environment, including, Active Directory Domain Services, networking services, and Hyper-V.
MGT 3413 – Organizational Behavior I; Diagnosis & Planned Change
This course analyzes the formal and informal functions and problems of organizations. The course also examines the strategies to plan, implement, and manage change in an organization.
SNM 3813 – Windows Networking II
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, manage, and support a network infrastructure in a Microsoft Windows-based network, including user and group management, Group Policy, imaging and data security.
SNM 3913 – Routers and Switches I
This course focuses on network terminology and protocols, LANs, WANs, OSI models, cabling, routers, Ethernet, IP addressing, and network standards. The course also focuses on initial router configuration and Cisco IOS Software management.
REL 3413 – Biblical Perspectives in Western Culture
This course provides study of the Bible as a foundation to an understanding of Western culture and history. The course also explores the relevance of the Bible to modern day life.
SNM 3923 – Routers and Switches II
This course focuses on advanced IP addressing, intermediate routing protocols, command-line interface configuration, Spanning Tree Protocols, and VLAN trunking. The course also focuses on WAN technology and terminology.
SNM 4113 – Windows Networking III
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to carry out advanced management and provisioning of services in the Windows Server 2012 R2 environment.
SNM 3963 – Network Security I
This course provides a survey and application of the basic network security principles which includes preparation for the Security+ certification exam.
GS 4423 – Personal & Professional Ethics and Values
This capstone course examines various theories of man and their relevance to personal and social values. The course provides the basis to formulate or clarify a philosophy of life that is consistent with the demands of a responsible lifestyle in the contemporary world.
SNM 4333 – Network Security II
This course is a continuation of Networking Security I with an advanced look at intrusion detection design and implementation. The class equips the student with tools necessary to deter attacks, detect intrusion attempts, respond to break-ins, and assess the damage of hack attacks, VPN’s packet filters, and network traffic signatures are also investigated.
SNM-4343 – Network Security III
This course covers advanced topics in next-generation firewalls. Topics covered will include site-to-site VPNs, firewall certificate management, basic filtering methodologies, and reading and understanding security logs. Prerequisites include SNM/CSNE 4333 Network Security II.
The Network Management program has prerequisite requirements for admission into the program. Prerequisites must be fulfilled prior to entry into the Network Management program.
An entrance test will be taken at the time of application. Acceptance into the program requires a score of 80 or higher on this test; scores less than 80 must take the workshop. However, it is recommended for those who score less than 90 on the test to take the workshop. Only the top 16 people will be admitted.
The workshop will be held one night per week from 6pm-10pm for three weeks. It will begin approximately three weeks prior to each group start date. The cost must be paid two weeks prior to the start date of the workshop.
How to Apply
Step 1 Apply Online
Step 2 Send Transcripts
An official transcript is required from each College/University where credits were earned and used toward one’s undergraduate degree, directly or by way of credit transfer.
Once you have submitted an application, you will be personally contacted by an admissions representative within 48 hours. We will answer any questions at that time and get you started on your enrollment track. Space is limited, groups fill rapidly, so prompt enrollment is always encouraged.
Official transcripts must have the seal of granting university, dated within the past six (6) months, and be sealed in an unopened official university envelope. E-Transcripts may also be sent electronically by the previous institution to firstname.lastname@example.org .
For Bethany and Online courses, send official transcripts to:
SNU School of Professional Studies, 6729 NW 39th Expressway, Bethany, OK 73008
As adults, you have accumulated a variety of life learning experiences, and at SNU you can receive college credit for what you have learned from those experiences. With this in mind, we feel that learners under the age of 25 could be at a disadvantage. Therefore, learners who are under 25 years of age and are entering a degree completion program or are 23 years of age and are taking accelerated general education courses at SNU must meet the following guidelines: Have a minimum of two years of significant full-time work experience beyond high school and submit three letters of recommendation.
In order to be accepted into one of the degree completion programs, learners need a minimum of 60 transferable credit hours from a regionally accredited institution. If you do not have the required 60 credit hours you are eligible to take general education courses.
A total of 88 credit hours can be transferred from regionally accredited institutions. A maximum of 62 hours can be accepted from two-year institutions. Zero (remedial) level courses are not transferable.
Below are the scheduled start dates for the Family Studies & Gerontology program for Bethany and Tulsa. New dates will be added as they are scheduled.
Monday, March 25, 2019 – Bethany
Program length: 36 Credit Hours
Tuition: $475/Credit Hour
Fees: $125/Credit Hour
Students will automatically opt into textbook rentals through the Tree of Life bookstore. If desired, students have the option to choose a different plan offered through Tree of Life or opt out of all Tree of Life textbook plans and order books elsewhere.
Laptops are required and are available to purchase through SNU. For more information on laptop requirements and pricing please call 405-491-6332.
*Effective January 1, 2019 – June 30, 2019
Fewer than 60 Hours?
Accelerated General Education Courses
NOTE: Tuition and any program fees are due at the Organizational Meeting. This includes the first installment, if you are on a payment plan.