Online Associate's Degree in Network Administration
Our Network Systems Administration associate's degree program provides students with the skills needed to succeed in the information technology sector.
The curriculum concentrates on Microsoft networking, peripheral interfacing, network design and administration, client/server configuration, LAN management, network theory, and systems integration. It also introduces students to the relationship between LAN and WAN connectivity, advanced directory services, security, and server applications. Graduates of this popular program will be able to seek employment within network administration as well as a range of other role within the computer industry. Students seeking certification can also benefit from this comprehensive curriculum.
By undertaking an associate's degree in network administration students will be well placed to secure employment as a network administrator, where they would be responsible for maintaining and installing the computer network for an organization. Included within this role could be budgetary control for purchasing hardware as well as actual physical design of the network and introducing and maintaining security measures.
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- Windows desktop
- File management and basic systems configuration
- Networking and supporting LANs and WANs
- Troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of network systems
- Understanding of remote access, gateway connections, routing, monitoring and optimizing network systems