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Associate of Science in Computer Network Administration

Businesses of every size are increasingly dependent on streamlined and smoothly functioning computer networks for their success. If you have an aptitude for computers, imagine having the freedom to design the computer systems for an entire organization.

As a graduate of the Computer Network Administration program at Sullivan College of Technology & Design (SCTD), you'll learn to design, install and support computer systems for corporations, government agencies, healthcare organizations and others entities, with hands-on training on industry-standard systems and software. Our small class sizes give you plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

This Associate of Occupational Science degree teaches you to evaluate system and network requirements to meet customer needs, maintain network hardware and software, analyze problems and coordinate network security. As an official Microsoft IT Academy, SCTD will provide you with a comprehensive technical program, as well as web-assisted training in Microsoft products.

Computer network administrators:

- Assume responsibility for local-area networks (LAN), wide-area networks (WAN), intranets and Internet systems

- Maintain network efficiency and ensure all components of the system work together

- Troubleshoot problems and make recommendations for future system upgrades

- Install and repair computer equipment for successful operation

Graduates with an associate degree in Computer Network Administration typically find positions such as a network administrator or network technicians with a wide variety of organizations, including internet service providers, advertising agencies, TV and radio stations, other communications firms, military agencies, government organizations and computer sales and service firms.

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