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Network & Database Administrator

 

Microsoft: MCSA Certifications: 7 certifications

The Network Database Administrator program is offered at all of our college locations. It is designed to help you to build and develop the necessary set of skills to successfully manage, deploy, build, design and optimize databases and database servers. Plus, you will gain a level of expertise and familiarity with the Windows Server 2008 & SQL Server 2012 platform, boosting flexibility and scope of knowledge within the workforce.

The main role of a database administrator has to do with overseeing the installation and ongoing function of software on a system designed for use by a number of users. There are several specific responsibilities that the typical database administrator will perform in just about any corporate environment, the most basic of which involve installing new databases. As part of database installation, the database administrator will set up login credentials to authorized persons, define the privileges associated with each authorized user, and ensure that every work station attached to the network is set up to access the new database. This process usually involves a period of troubleshooting, when the database administrator will address and resolve any problems that users experience with the new product.

You don’t need extensive technical experience to pursue an exciting career in Information Technology (IT). If you’re analytical, enjoy problem-solving and new technology, and you’re looking to get established in a challenging new career, training as MCTS Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist could be a good option for you.

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WHAT TO EXPECT:

Our Computer Specialist and Network Technology program prepares graduates for entry level positions working with computer technology. Students will be given a solid foundation in selecting, installing, and configuring basic personal computing hardware and installing various Windows and Linux operating systems, installing basic productivity applications (such as Microsoft Office), setting up simple wired and wireless networks, creating and managing active directory domain, and will gain experience in working with virtualized systems. Graduates from this program will be prepared for jobs that cover a broad spectrum of computer networking services in a technically-oriented environment.
Program Course – Details
PC Support Level 1 & PC Support Level 2 – CompTIA A+ Certification – Vendor Exams: 220-901 & 220-902
Career Success – Soft skills are more important than ever and this course will help you enhance the skills you have and then develop the ones you need.
Introduction to Networking – CompTIA Network+ Certification – Vendor Exam: N10-006 or MTA-98-366 – Microsoft Introduction to Networking
Windows OS – Microsoft Certification – Windows 7, Configuring Vendor exam: 70-680
Advanced Career Development – Skill development
Network and Operational Security- CompTIA Security+ Certification – Exam: SY0-401
Administering Linux Level 1 & Administering Linux Level 2 – CompTIA Linux+ Certification –Vendor Exams: LX0-103 & LXO-104
Computer Specialist & Network Technology graduates at Asher College receive career services, including information on how to search for and find that perfect job, tips on interviewing and preparing a cover letter, and assistance with resume writing.Once you graduate you can start a career as one of the following: 
  • Computer or Information Technology Services Administrator
  • Computer Support Technician
  • Network Support Technician
  • Windows Server Administrator
  • Linux Server Administrator
  • Tier 1/Tier 2 Support Technician