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Computer Systems Networking - Microsoft Server Administration Specialization - AAS

Available on Campus Campus Available as a Hybrid Hybrid

A server administrator is responsible for the operations and day-to-day management of an infrastructure of servers for an enterprise organization. Windows server administrators manage the infrastructure, Web and IT application servers. The Windows server administrators use scripts and batch files written by others or those that they occasionally write themselves to accomplish tasks on a regular basis. They conduct most server management tasks remotely by using Terminal Server or administration tools installed on their local workstation.


Prerequisite Courses

Year 1

Semester 1
EDUC 1300 Learning Framework 3
ITSC 1309 Integrated Software Applications I OR
BCIS 1305 Business Computer Applications 3
MATH 1314 College Algebra 3
ITSC 1425 Personal Computer Hardware 4
ITMT 1358 Windows Client Operating System 3
Semester 2
ENGL 1301 Composition I 3
ITNW 1425 Fundamentals of Networking Technologies OR
ITCC 1414 CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks 4
ITMT 1357 Administering a Windows Server Operating System 3
ITSY 1342 Information Technology Security 3
Semester 3
XXXX #3## General Education Elective 3
ITSC 1319 Internet/Web Page Development 3

Year 2

Semester 1
ITNW 1313 Computer Virtualization 3
COSC 1436 Programming Fundamentals I 4
ITMT 2304 Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure 3
XXXX #3## Social/Behavioral Sciences Elective 3
Semester 2
ITMT 2305 Designing & Implementing a Server Infrastructure 3
ITSY 2330 Intrusion Detection 3
ITNW 1380 Cooperative Education - Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications OR
ITNW 2335 Network Troubleshooting and Support (Capstone) 3
XXXX #3## Humanities/Fine Arts Elective 3
Semester 3
Total Credits 60

1. A list of electives appears in the Core Curriculum section of this catalog.

Capstone Statement

A capstone course is a course designed to provide opportunities for students to integrate knowledge from their core and concentration courses, to gain insight into the meanings of professionalism and professional practice, and to reflect on the norms of a discipline or profession.

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