IT Network Engineer Program
Microsoft: MCSE / Certifications: 6 certifications
IT Network Engineers are the driving force behind modern computer networks. Network engineers configure software, manage user accounts, maintain and upgrade servers, and ensure that the network always runs smoothly.
Graduates from the IT Network Engineer program at Asher College will have hands-on experience to begin their careers, and the certifications necessary to maintain the network that a business needs to compete in today’s digital world. The IT Network Engineer graduate who successfully passes the Microsoft Certification exams will demonstrate the training and skills required to design and maintain today’s complex data networks.
The IT Network Engineer Program requires CompTIA A+ and CompTIA Network+ certifications or equivalent experience required. If you are analytical, enjoy problem - solving and new technology, and you are looking to get established in a challenging new career, training as an MCSE Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert could be a good option for you.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
The instructors at Asher College are qualified to help students gain the skills needed in order to succeed. Instructors at Asher College have real-world experience maintaining modern computer networks. They know the tricks of the trade. Student Graduating from Asher College have the opportunity to leave with more than diploma – they can have certifications and hands - on experience that comes from being taught by knowledgeable faculty with experience in an Official Microsoft IT Academy.
|Program Course Titles|
|Windows Server 2012 R2 Installation|
|Administering Windows Server 2012 R2|
|Windows Server 2012 R2 Advanced Configuration|
|Designing Windows Server 2012 R2 Infrastructure|
|Advanced Career Development|
|Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Infrastructure|
|Elective Selection (Options: Cisco CCNA, Linux+, Security+)|
Students who graduate from Asher College’s IT Network Engineer program will be ready to handle the responsibility of managing enterprise networks. They have the knowledge to configure and maintain Active Directory, Microsoft’s advanced domain management system. Asher Graduates also learn on the latest Windows servers and desktop operating systems, using the same software that they will encounter during their careers. Network Engineering students also learn, in detail, how to configure Windows applications and network services from the top down using Active Directory and Microsoft’s latest tools.
Many businesses hire Microsoft certified graduates. Windows Active Directory domain services are widely used tools in the field for organizing and administering large networks. The Microsoft MCSE certification that students earn upon graduation is valuable for network engineers. Many large businesses and corporations in America need qualified, certified engineers to maintain their Microsoft networks.Job Titles