Network System Administration

Computer Systems Support Specialist

If you’re the kind of person who enjoys working with technology and you want a career that keeps you on your toes, the network systems administration field may be for you. Professionals in this field organize, install and support an organization’s computer systems. These skills involve local area networks and wide area networks, to network segments, intranets and other data communication systems. At Career Quest Learning Centers, you can gain the skills you need to step right in and perform these tasks in a professional environment.

In our Network System Administration concentration, you can learn the essentials of networking systems administration, Windows Server features, virtualization and cloud computing concepts. Our goal is to help you turn your passion into a career, and we strive to give you all the resources you need to do just that. At Career Quest our class sizes are small and our instructors are professionals that truly care about your success.

Students who complete the Information Technology with an emphasis in network administration degree program can be prepared for employment in such positions as: network systems administrator, computer support specialist, network operations analyst, and IT help desk support.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment for network and computer systems administrators is expected to rise 28% between 2010 and 2020 – that’s faster than the average for all occupations and accounts for about 96,600 new jobs over that time period.

If you want a career in the computer field, our Information Technology with an emphasis in network administration can help you achieve your goals. Contact Career Quest Learning Centers today to learn more.


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