The length of this course is about 10 months, with a total cost of $4,838.
The area of information technology which focuses on the server and application infrastructure of a network, the Network Systems Administration course prepares the student to support servers and applications in the modern network by preparing students for the newest coveted certification from Microsoft: the MCSA
Microsoft Server Certifications (MCSA/MCSE) have long been the gold standard for students seeking an entry-level position in the field of server and application infrastructure support. Modern networks often have a mix of Microsoft and Linux servers on site and in the cloud. Microsoft now even offers a Linux certification for interoperations.
This course offers a chance to earn four or more separate certifications in a one year period. Students start with two fundamentals, Net+ & Security+. Next, they move on to the Certified Wireless Network Administrator certification. Then finish up by concentrating on passing the three exams needed to earn an MCSA in Server 2012. This will prepare and allow a student to go on to other MCSA/MCSE specialties such as Windows 10, SQL Server, Office 365, Linux on Azure, or many others.
Alternatively, students can focus on earning Linux+ and Server+ certifications if they wish to pursue Linux concentration.
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