I am not familiar with the degree but it doesn't seem to be too in depth for Networking technologies. I have an A.S. in Network Engineering and I went through almost all computer classes to include server administration on both Windows and Linux, I also went through all three CISCO academy courses among other things such as website building, security, and networking.
But it all depends on what you actually want to be doing:
Either way... if you want a future in something like Networking I would say that the school will teach you about 1/3 of what you need to know. The other 2/3 you need to do through self study. If that is the masters you want I would also suggest learning the basics of a programming language such as C, C+, C++, VB
, .NET, JAVA, C#, etc...