Systems Design incorporates the planning and designing of computer systems that integrate computer hardware, software, and communication technologies. This program covers systems design, management, and administration. Students will learn about planning networking systems, system security, planning directory structures, installation and configuration of operating systems on servers and workstations, and support of the entire structure. The program is offered in two parts. The typical timeframe for completion is 12 months. To learn more about our Systems Design Certificate Program, ‘Click Here’ to contact us today.
Upon completion of the program, students should be able to:
Configure IP Addressing
Maintain and Manipulate Existing Servers
Analyze organizational requirements
Plan and Implement Network Security
Identify security vulnerabilities
Create a CA infrastructure and certificate management plan
Create and Configure a GPO
Network Load Balancing
Installation and Configuration
Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
Data Storage and Security Management
Cloud Storage Solutions
Network Access Protection (NAP)
Students may transfer credits from the Systems Design program into the Associate of Science in Integrated Technologies program. Students should be aware that while the transfer credit option is available, the Systems Design program is a certificate program and not a degree program.