Network Systems Administration
The Network Systems Administration Program prepares students for entry into the high technology workforce in a variety of positions including, but not limited to Windows Domain Systems Administration, Domain Support, Network Support, Domain design, implementation and maintenance, Business wireless design and implementation and Cloud migration and support.
Topics covered include the design, implementation, maintenance and troubleshooting of systems including DNS, DHCP, Active Directory, Network Printers, Sql Servers, Docker container, Network Policy Server, Hypervisor, Failover Clustering, Internet and Information Services.
This program takes approximately 9 months (1050 hours) to complete. It is offered day time only.
Industry Certifications/State Credentials:
- Microsoft Office Solutions Associate (MCSA) - in the latest Windows Server System
Obtainment Time Frame: In program
Reading, math, and language competencies are pre-assessed. The required basic skills grade levels are Reading-9, Math-9, and Language-9 and must be met prior to program completion.
For specific occupation information, including wages, employment trends and more, visit the following links:
Computer User Support Specialists
Network & Computer Systems Administrators
Computer Network Architects
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Course Campus Location(s):
|OCP||Course #||Course Title||Length|
|A||OTA0040||Info Tech Assistant||150 hrs|
|B||EEV0504||Computer Support Assistant||150 hrs|
|C||CTS0026||Network Support Tech||150 hrs|
|D||CTS0027||Systems Administrator||150 hrs|
|E||CTS0028||Systems Engineer||150 hrs|
|F||CTS0029||Wireless Network Administrator||150 hrs|
|G||EEV0317||Data Communications Analyst||150 hrs|