Network Administration & Cybersecurity
Network Administration & Cybersecurity is a two-year program that prepares students to enter the workforce as an IT administrator, technician or to continue on to a four-year program. Students learn to build and optimize computers and servers, set up and administer a computer network, and maintain operating systems. The first year provides training in Windows 10, Computer Repair, Introduction to Windows Server 2016, Introduction to Linux, and Networking Hardware. Seniors receive advanced training in Configuring Servers, Network Administration, Micro Electronics, Computer Forensics, and Cybersecurity. All courses have considerable hands-on labs to reinforce the theory.
Graduates of the program may be eligible to earn eight TestOut certifications including the following: Client Pro; PC Pro; Linux Pro; Network Pro; Security Pro; Server Pro 2016: Install and Storage, Server Pro 2016: Networking; Server Pro 2016: Identity.
Students must pass the certification exams to obtain the certification.
Graduates will be qualified for positions as:
• computer technicians • desktop support technicians
• network technicians • network administrators (Microsoft & Linux)
• network security