MCSA/MCSE & CCNA
Certificate of Completion
480 Clock Hours
The objective of the Information Technology Professional program is to prepare students with the skills necessary for the design, implementation and administration of the Microsoft Windows 2012 Server Infrastructure and the administration of Cisco Hardware. Upon successful program completion, graduates will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain an entry-level information technology administration position in a medium to large sized organization.
The core training for this program is defined by the competencies emphasized in attaining the (MCSA) Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, the (MCSE) Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert certification and the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certifications. These certifications ensure that the holder possesses competencies in implementing, managing, maintaining, and provisioning services and infrastructure in a Windows Server 2012 environment. Students in the Information Technology Professional program will be provided with hands-on learning in order to ensure that they receive ample experience in both structured learning and real-world environments. Coursework will focus on all facets of the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Server Infrastructure, from installing the operating system to the planning, design and implementation, virtualization, security and customization of Microsoft Windows Server 2012 networks. Additionally, graduates will demonstrate a basic command of the Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS) for Cisco routers and switches.
In order to achieve the Microsoft and Cisco certifications covered by the contents of this program, all students must sit for and pass the following exam
Comptia A+ / Network + Essentials (6 weeks):
Comptia A+ / Network + Essentials
Microsoft MCSA Server (6 weeks):
MCSA Windows Server
Microsoft Windows MCSE Server (6 weeks):
Microsoft Windows MCSE Server
Cisco CCNA Program (6 weeks)
Cisco CCNA Program