Network Administration Technology | Assiniboine Community College

Network Administration Technology

Duration/Start: 2 years / September

Credential: Diploma

Learn to become a Computer Network Administrator, troubleshooting and supporting computer networks and servers in Assiniboine’s up-to-date computer labs.

Assiniboine’s two-year Network Administration Technology diploma program trains you for a career as a Computer Network Administrator. You’ll get hands-on standardized and specialized training with up-to-date applied technology. Study the architecture of computer hardware, networking systems and routing, computer operating systems, and programming.

There are several industry standard certifications available to further your career options—A+, Microsoft's MCP, MCSA, and MCSE, Cisco's CCNA and CCENT, or Linux+ and Network+. You can write your exams in the comfort of the college’s own test centre. 

Fast Facts

Duration/Start 2 years / September

Credential Diploma

Credits 146

Optional Exit Yes

Optional Exit Credits 72

Co-op Work Placement No

Distance Delivery No

International Students Yes

Study Options
On Campus
Open to International Students

Why choose Network Administration Technology? 

We’ve got cutting-edge electronic and computer lab facilities where you’ll apply these technologies to real problems, think through complex systems, learn to analyze, troubleshoot, repair, install and provide technical support for computer systems and networks. Manage network routers, install and upgrade hardware and software, and develop internet applications.

During the final two months of the program, you’ll enjoy an industry-based work placement. This is your chance to gain confidence in your field and apply what you’ve learned. You may also choose to exit at the end of year one with a Network Administration Technician certificate.

Skilled grads will always be in demand. You’ll find exciting opportunities as a Computer Network Administrator installing, troubleshooting, and managing computer networks, and related hardware and software. More options are available for diploma graduates who achieve their industry certification.

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