Associate of Applied Science in
A.A.S. in Network Administration Program
Morrison Institute of Technology
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A network administrator does not have to know the latest and greatest, but they can never be too far behind the "bleeding edge" that defines cutting-edge computer technology.
Network Administration defines the job of the network administrator. They are tasked to design, setup, troubleshoot, and support all computer networks for all organizations that depend on their computer infrastructure.
The network administration program is designed to improve your employment chances and prepare you to advance in your chosen field. Our technical courses provide the knowledge base required to enter and work in your chosen field. The associated communication courses provide training in those skill sets that increase your management potential.
Our Network Administration Program delivers hands-on instruction with excellent career placement opportunities. Focus on improving your skills, confident that the supporting coursework will help you grasp those seemingly unrelated skills essential to excel in this critical field.
This program provides instruction in basic computer operations, Computer hardware, operating systems, troubleshooting, Internet fundamentals, LAN-based network and equipment and design, and WAN fundamentals.
Supporting courses provide instruction in communication. In many fields, the communication of ideas and the ability to support your recommendations for users and employers can be a critical component of your future success.