Information Technology Network Administrator
What is Information Technology Network Administrator?
This Associate of Applied Science prepares students to design, implement and troubleshoot computer networks.
What will I learn?
Students with this degree will be able to install and configure operating system software, monitor networks for performance and gather data for system optimization and tuning.
What can I do with this course of study?
Systems Engineer; IT Engineer (provide on-site network management and support; design, deploy, manage, and configure server solutions)
What's special about the program?
Completion in this program prepares a student for industry certifications such as CCENT and CCNA, CompTIA Security + and CompTIA Network +. St. Philip’s College is designated by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Two-Year Education. The designation covers academic years 2014 Through 2020.
National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense 2014-2020
- Information Technology Network Administrator, A.A.S.
- MCSE: Server Infrastructure Level 1 Certificate ♦
- CompTIA Security + Certification Preparation (OSA) ♦
- CompTIA Linux+ Certification Preparation (OSA) ♦
- Information Technology Specialist (OSA) ♦
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