Computer & Network Systems Administration

In the Computer and Network Systems Administration program, you’ll work in a “live” network environment, managing your own servers, clients, routers and switches by applying concepts learned in the theory classroom.

The combination of theory and hands-on lab exercises teaches CNSA students the internal operation of personal and server computer systems, the physical infrastructure of local and wide area networks, the design and management of computer networks, the administration of Microsoft Windows and non- Windows server and client operating systems, the design and development of Windows-based and Web-based applications, the management and design of relational databases, and the integration of enterprise software applications to solve business problems.

Types of information technology jobs available are Systems Administrator, Network Administrator, Network Technician, PC Technician, Help Desk Analyst, Systems Engineer, Structured Data Cabling Installer, Application Programmer, Web Application Developer, Web Administrator, Database Administrator, and Sales Engineer.