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Information Systems Administrator

About The Program

The Information Systems Administrator diploma program offers an 8-week field placement for students to gain hands-on experience.

Career Opportunities

As an Information Systems Administrator graduate, you will qualify for positions such as Client Support Representative, Computer Help Desk Representative, Help Desk Troubleshooter, and Network Administrator.

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Program Details

Do you love problem solving and logic? A career in Information Technology may be right for you. The Information Systems Administrator program at Eastern College will help get you working in the IT field. Information Systems Administrators are responsible for maintaining and operating workplace systems and networks. You’ll graduate with a solid knowledge of operating systems and applications, as well as how to assist others with computer troubleshooting. Information Technology training is an asset that will only become more valuable as time goes on!
Industry and vendor certification has become a benchmark used by employers in the hiring process and the Information System Administrator program helps the students prepare for certification in the following areas: Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) A+ and Network+, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): Windows Server 2008 and (MCSA): Windows Server 2012.

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