The Network Systems Administration associate's degree program prepares students for work in the fast paced computer industry.
The curriculum places emphasis on Microsoft networking, peripheral interfacing, network design and administration, client/server configuration, LAN management, network theory, and systems integration. In addition, the curriculum will provide exposure to the relationship between LAN and WAN connectivity, advanced directory services, security, and server applications. Graduates will be prepared for network administration and other emerging computer positions. For highly motivated students, this curriculum can also assist with preparation for certification examinations.
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