IT Network Administration Diploma Program
If you’re looking for a technology-oriented career, take a step toward your goal with training from Rockford Career College. The Information Technology Network Administration diploma program is designed to give students the knowledge and skills to become entry-level IT administration professionals. You could learn CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ , CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Cloud Essentials, and Windows Server Administration.
What you could study at the Rockford Career College (RCC) IT Network Administration Program:
- Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) A+ certification, which is often required for entry level IT Helpdesk positions. If you complete the two courses required for the A+ certification with a C or better, you will receive a voucher to take the certification test for free.
- All the course work for three more CompTIA certifications are provided in the program
- CompTIA Network+ - If you complete the course with a C or better and have perfect attendance, you will receive a voucher to take the certification test for free.
- CompTIA Security+ - If you complete the course with a C or better and have perfect attendance, you will receive a voucher to take the certification test for free.
- CompTIA Cloud Essentials
- You could graduate with a diploma and four (4) industry recognized certifications! RCC offers the certification tests right here.
- Coursework includes Microsoft Certified courses in Windows Server Administration.
- The Associate level degree includes additional Microsoft Certified courses in Directory Services and Email server setup and configuration.
Program length – 10 months
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Classes in the program include instruction in operating systems, databases, programming, network security, project management, server administration and cloud technology. In order to get real-world work experience, students in the program will complete an externship in an IT setting before graduating.
Those trained in information technology network administration could work as computer network support specialists, LAN administrators, computer hardware technicians or IT repair technicians.
The U.S. will need 79,400 new computer network support specialists between 2014 and 2024.1
1U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-2015 Edition, Network and Computer Systems Administrators, retrieved 4/26/16