Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 5124
First Term: 2011 Summer I   
Award: CCL  
Total Credits: 18
CIP Code: 11.0901

Occupational Area: Information Technology
Instructional Council: Computer Information Systems (12)
GPA: 2.00
SOC Code: Not Found

Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Network Administration: Microsoft Windows Server program provides students with background knowledge and skills required for learning the specific tasks and industry recognized standards associated with computer networks and data communications. This program also prepares students to complete the required certification tests for Microsoft Administrator.

Consumer Program Costs and Career Information: CG, GW, EM, MC

Required Courses
CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3)OR
BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) 3

MST150 Microsoft Windows Professional (3) OR
MST150++ Microsoft Windows (any module)(3) 3

+MST155DA Windows Server Network Infrastructure Configuration 4
+MST157DA Active Directory Windows Server Configuration 4

+MST152 Microsoft Windows Server (4) OR
+MST152DA Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (4) OR
+MST152DB Microsoft Windows 2003 Server (4) OR
+MST158DA Windows Server Administration (4) 4
Credits: 18

Program Competencies
1. Explain the role of computer technology, concepts, and terminology in business and society. (CIS105, BPC110)
2. Administer network using Windows Network Operating System. (MST150, MST150++)
3. Evaluate, explain, and apply information and skills necessary to design a Microsoft Windows networking services infrastructure design, (MST155DA)
4. Install, configure, and integrate networks with Microsoft Windows Active Directory service. (MST157DA)
5. Install, configure, manage, troubleshoot, and support an integrated network infrastructure that uses the Microsoft Windows Server, (MST152++, MST158DA)
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:   

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