This program is designed for individuals who wish to acquire skills in information technology systems administration. Systems administrators install, configure, and maintain computer components and software and related infrastructure. By effectively performing these functions, a systems administrator contributes to the overall efficiency of users. In this technology-driven world, it is important for systems administrators to be able to proactively anticipate users’ needs and forecast upgrades and utilize innovation effectively. In the Systems Administration program, students will acquire skills relating to the management and support of client side operating systems, network management, and workstation management. Students will also learn about system security issues. To learn more about our Systems Administration Certificate Program, ‘Click Here’ to contact us today.
Upon completion of the program, students are expected to be able to:
Support the Deployment of Microsoft Windows
Configure Mobile Computing
Monitor, Backup, and Restore Windows
Troubleshoot Windows Issues
Protect Windows Against Malware and Vulnerabilities
Secure User Data in Windows
Active Directory Domain Environment
Client Life Cycle Strategy
Resolve Operating Systems Issues
Deploy, Manage & Troubleshoot User Applications
Configure and Secure User Data
Installation and Migration Strategies
IP Addressing and Network Connectivity
Students may transfer credits from the Systems Administration program into the Associate of Science in Integrated Technologies program. Students should be aware that while the transfer credit option is available, the Systems Administration program is a certificate program and not a degree program.