Network Administration professionals maintain an organization’s computers and network installations, and make sure everything is running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Network Administrators, sometimes referred to as Network Specialists, also install hardware and software and help individuals using the network get the most of the technology available to them. In this position you may also concentrate on network design and security.The 7-Month Diploma in Network Administration is composed of a combination of courses, which provide skills in such areas as Network Design and Administration with an emphasis on Windows 2003. The courses offered provide preparation for Microsoft certification – and you don’t need to be a “Computer Genius” to enroll. Many students have come to us with little more than basic computer skills and have gone on to successful technical careers.
Computer Network, Systems, and Database Administrators
Employers will continue to need programmers who have strong technical skills and who understand an employer’s business and its programming requirements. This means that programmers will have to keep up with changing programming languages and techniques. Given the importance of networking and the expansion of client/server, Web-based, and wireless environments, organizations will look for programmers who can support data communications and help to implement electronic commerce and Intranet strategies.REQUEST INFORMATION
Becoming a Confident IT Professional
FTC’s diploma program in Network Administration will give students the training in programming and networks they need in order to seek entry-level employment in technology occupations.
Career Ready in a Short Time – The FTC Advantage
Small Class Sizes – The Network Administration course at FTC offers individualized instruction, classroom settings that allow for more contact hours to develop skills in the subject area, practical lab based courses and curriculum designed to meet the market demands. You’ll receive personal, one-on-one attention from our experienced instructors, so you get the support you need to master material quickly. Our instructors are experienced IT professionals, so they know just what you’ll need to succeed in the professional setting.Career Services – FTC has a dedicated career services office that will help with post-graduate job placement. Career Services is dedicated to helping you make a smooth transition from student to working professional.
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Explore if becoming a Network Administrator is right for you. Fill out the form on the top right of the page to receive career and program info or call the campus nearest you to speak with a knowledgeable Florida Technical College Admissions Representative.REQUEST INFORMATION