Metropolitan Community College - Sever Administration
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Server Administration

WHAT IS SERVER ADMINISTRATION?

A server or systems administrator manages computer networks and ensures that they run efficiently in an office environment by tracking server activity, maintaining computer software and hardware, addressing questions about technical problems and improving efficiency by evaluating network functions. Students in the program will manage servers/workstations and the active directory in a virtualized environment. The classes can be completed entirely online or as a combination of online and on-campus courses. Hands-on practical activities are emphasized in the classes.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN APPLIED SCIENCE

  • Server Administration (ITSAO) - This degree prepares students to successfully implement, configure, and maintain a Windows server in the Active Directory environment of large companies. Students gain a strong technical foundation in monitoring and managing a network infrastructure.

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT

  • Server Technician (ITSRO) - This certificate of achievement option teaches the foundation skills necessary to support servers.
 

CAREER PATHS AND SALARY EXPECTATIONS

Server AdministratorDatabase AdministratorSystem Engineer Server ArchitectSystem Administrator
WHAT SKILLS WILL I LEARN IN THIS PROGRAM?
WindowsIT TroubleshootingCloud Infrastructure Network SecurityWindows Active DirectoryNetwork Infrastructure Server AdministrationXMLBuilding Secure Environments Information Security
PROGRAM COURSES & CURRICULUM PLAN

Program Courses

Graduation Requirements
General Education: 22.5
Major Requirements: 13.5
Option Requirements: 63.0
Total credit hours required: 99.0

Major Requirements for Information Technology

  • INFO 1000 - Workplace Skills for It Professionals 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 1002 - Introduction to Information Technology 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 2805 - Network and Information Security Basics 4.5 Credits

Option Requirements for Information Technology - Server Administration

  • INFO 1105 - IT Essentials PC Repair I 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 1125 - IT Essentials PC Repair II 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 1023 - Networking Essentials 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 2023 - Networking Essentials II 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 2806 - Network Attacks, Intrusions, and Penetration Testing 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 2808 - Boundary Protection 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 1003 - Problem Solving and Programming Logic 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 1620 - Introduction to Database Design 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 1111 - Linux Operating Systems I 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 2135 - Network Infrastructure 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 2145 - Windows Server Administration 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 1421 - Virtualization Technologies Monitoring 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 1121 - Linux Operating Systems II 4.5 Credits
  • INFO 2142 - Windows Active Directory 4.5 Credits

Credit Classes and Registration

PROGRAM FACULTY
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Lian Ti
Email: lti@mccneb.edu
Phone: 531-622-3828


INFO Programs:
Data Center, Networking, Server Administration