Network Administration & Technology

Critical skills that lead to employment.

 

Network Administration & Technology-Microsoft - Certificate

1) 1000 level (minimum) General Education courses required unless specified

Estimated Costs for this Major

Approximate Tuition/Fees:$2,275
Minimum Tool Cost:N/A
Books/Supplies:$405
Estimated Total:$2,680

 
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
NWAT1601
MS Workstation I
This course will explore the MS workstation networking client. The students will learn how to plan, install and configure a MS workstation in a single and multi-domain environment. Emphasis will be placed on the managing, monitoring and optimizing of network resources. Basic troubleshooting techniques will be discussed as it relates to the Microsoft networking environment. The use of diagnostic and monitoring software will be emphasized. (Prerequisite: None) (2 credits: 1 lecture/1 lab)

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2 cr
NWAT1602
MS Workstation II
This course will explore the MS workstation networking client. The students will learn how to plan, install and configure a MS workstation in a single and multi-domain environment. Emphasis will be placed on the managing, monitoring and optimizing of network resources. Basic troubleshooting techniques will be discussed as it relates to the Microsoft networking environment. The use of diagnostic and monitoring software will be emphasized. (Prerequisite: MS Workstation I or concurrent) (1 credits: 1 lecture/0 lab)

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1 cr
NWAT1649
Microsoft Server/Enterprise
This course will explore the Microsoft server networking environment. The students will learn how to plan, install and configure a MS server in a single domain environment. Emphasis will be placed on the managing, monitoring and optimizing of network resources. Boot failures, configuration errors and fault-tolerances will be discussed as it relates to the Microsoft environment. Students will be required to install and configure a server in a single domain environment. The use of diagnostic and monitoring software will be emphasized. (Prerequisite: NWAT1601, NWAT1602, NWAT1641) (3 credits: 2 lecture/1 lab)

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3 cr
NWAT2665
Microsoft Services
This course examines the Exchange Server architecture, as well as its proper installation and implementation in a Microsoft networking environment. Students will learn how to configure and manage Exchange clients and services. Using Exchange with other existing systems such as Lotus, Netware, and MS Mail will be discussed. The student will also examine other MS services such as remote access, terminal services, and web services. (Prerequisites: NWAT1641 and NWAT1649 or instructor's permission) (3 credits: 2 lecture/1 lab)

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3 cr
NWAT2669
Microsoft Advanced Server
This course examines the planning, installing and implementing of Active Directory in the Windows 2000 Server environment. Students will learn how to configure and manage Active Directory, RAS, Terminal Services, and Windows 2000 security. Additional emphasis will be placed on connectivity issues concerning a mixed client environment in the Windows 2000 architecture. (Prerequisites: NWAT1641, NWAT1649) (3 credits: 2 lecture/1 lab)

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3 cr
 
12 crs

Total Credit Requirement - 12



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