Network Administration at SBBCollege
Network Administration Degrees and Computer Training
Many businesses rely on network administrators to ensure security of information, maintain computer networks and help troubleshoot problems that arise with computer systems. The SBBCollege network administration degree and training program in California can help students qualify for entry-level positions in information technology positions.
Whether you want to work at a large or small business, government or non-profit entity, contact SBBCollege to learn more about how an IT degree program might benefit you. Graduates of the SBBCollege network administration degree program can pursue employment in positions as:
The Associate's Degree in Network Systems Administration
• Network Technician
• IT Technician Contractor
• Technical Support Administrator
The program curriculum incorporates several areas related to network administration, including:
• Peripheral Interfacing
• Network Design and Administration
• Client/Server Configuration
• LAN Management
• Windows Desktop and Applications
This program also introduces students to other critical areas, including basic system configurations, installation of network components, file management and more.
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Network systems administration is offered at the following SBBCollege campuses:
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