Computer and Network Administration
The high demand for certified network administrators will continue to increase as software and hardware become more and more complex.
AAS in Computer and Network Administration
The Computer and Network Administration program prepares students for a number of certifications, including A+, Network +, Security+, CCNA, MCSA, or MCSE. Students work on current versions of software and hardware. Typical job titles for the degree are systems administrator, IT specialist, IT manager, network administrator, or network manager. Tasks associated with the job may include installation, configuration, and support of a local area network (LAN), a wide area network (WAN), and an Internet system or segment of the network. Students learn to maintain and monitor network hardware and software to ensure network availability to all system users.
Skills Certificate in Enterprise Server Administration
The Skills Certificate in Enterprise Server Administration is designed to prepare the students for entry into the Server Administration field, including courses such as Server Administration, Directory Services, as well as a choice of electives from other server technologies common to today’s corporate IT environments.
Skills Certificate in Information Security
The Skills Certificate in Information Security is designed to prepare the students for entry into the Information Security field. In addition to covering basic Network and Security and related topics, students will also study topics such as Ethical Hacking and Digital Forensics.
Skills Certificate in Storage and Virtualization - available fall 2015
The Skills Certificate in Storage and Virtualization is designed to prepare students for entry into the Storage and Virtualization administration areas in today’s corporate data centers.
View COURSE CATALOG for all program requirements.