- Builds Skills for System Administration
- Focuses on Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
- Addresses Support of Secure Network Environments
System administration is a growing field with numerous areas of specialization to pursue. These courses focus on essential networking skills including installing, configuring, securing, and troubleshooting the devices, protocols, and services within a network infrastructure. System administration skills related to server operating systems, system and network service administration, computer and information security, and directory services administration also are covered.
Master the features of Windows networking with active directory domains in this course that combines hands-on lab work with lectures in a lab setting.
Learn techniques for analyzing clinical needs of healthcare operations, and then translate them into technical requirements for informatics systems.
Learn the concepts and methods that enable you to analyze and design business systems.
Gain a thorough understanding of internetworking principles, such as connecting and managing an integrated network system from LAN to WAN.