This is a two-term, Ontario College Graduate Certificate program where students gain highly marketable skills in computer systems support. The program focuses on networking and system administration and enables students to become proficient in the practices and techniques used in the management of modern IT networking infrastructures.
Throughout the program, students have the opportunity to work in simulated and real-world scenarios to gain proficiency in Windows operating systems, virtualization technologies, Windows server administration, disaster recovery, and the configuration of networks and network services, security from desktop to enterprise.
The Information Technology Infrastructure program creates a unique, stimulating learning environment where students can safely master current workplace business requirements, resulting in a smooth transition from education to employment. Opportunities are provided to learn operating systems, business application deployment and networking technologies. Instructional methodology across all courses integrates discovery - learning techniques, real-life simulations and hands-on applications.
This program provides foundational knowledge for a variety of professional certification exams such as A+ and Windows 7. Certification requirements are listed at Microsoft.com and CompTIA.org. Certification exam fees are not included in the tuition listed below.
A college diploma or university degree
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Three years of related work experience
Our graduates have the skills required to enter the computer support field as network administrators, network technicians, security administrators, desktop support technicians, computer technicians or help desk technicians. Depending upon the graduate's background beyond this curriculum, he or she may be ready to accept positions as an entry-level enterprise systems administrator.
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