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CICT - Network Administration (A.A.S)

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Do you like being a part of a winning team and making sure that everyone is on the same page? Do you prefer to have everyone working together smoothly? If you prefer this and enjoy working with computers, a career in network administration is for you. With an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in CICT: Network Administration, you will learn how to manage the computer operations of organizations.

With this degree, students will learn how to meet and exceed the challenge of keeping everyone connected, especially utilizing the latest and most effective technologies available. Students will have to gain a true understanding of networks, PC connectivity, network resources, and so much more.

Our A.A.S. program is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce in any number of entry-level positions. Graduates will feel confident knowing that their skills will be in demand in a variety of diverse workplaces.

Career Opportunities

Network Administrator
Network Engineer
Network (Service) Technician
Network Programmer/Analyst
Network/Information Systems Manager
Systems Engineer

Key Classes

Network Security
Network Administration
TCP/IP Connectivity & Troubleshooting
Windows Enterprise Services
Wireless Networking
Windows Server Management
Linux Operating System
Programming with Visual Basic
Local Area Networks


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