Network Administration

1 of 3

“The College has very reputable programs and is well known in the information technology industry.”

-- Dominic Jones, IT Student

Program Overview

IT Competitive Entry Now Open!

Applications for Fall 2014 semester accepted March 15 through May 2

Are you looking to gain skills necessary to be a network administrator? Our Network Administration program will equip you with the ability to manage Microsoft networks, configure Cisco routers and switches, and troubleshoot PC computing hardware and software. Curriculum in the program is designed to provide you not only with an Associate of Applied Science degree, but also with the knowledge you need to earn industry-recognized certifications, including Microsoft, Cisco, and CompTIA.

What will you learn to do?

  • Skills necessary to be a network administrator
  • Ability to manage Microsoft networks
  • Configure Cisco routers and switches
  • Troubleshoot PC computing hardware and software
  • Take required tests including Microsoft, Cisco and CompTIA

What kind of degree(s) can you earn?

Admission Information

Requirements

Degree Plan

Instructor Info

Program Head:
Mindy Young
208.562.2522
mindyyoung@cwidaho.cc

Instructor:
Patrick O'Hanahan
208.562.2523
patrickohanahan@cwidaho.cc
 

Career Info

What kind of career can you expect?

Students completing the IT Technician program are able to further their career goals by completing the Network Administration program. Through this program, students will gain the skills necessary to be a network administrator, with the ability to manage Microsoft networks, configure Cisco routers and switches and troubleshoot PC computing hardware and software. Curriculum is developed to requirements of industry certification tests including Microsoft, Cisco and CompTIA.