Information Systems Administrator
Build a career in information technology with a leading institution.
About The Course
The Information Systems Administrator diploma program offers an 8-week field placement for students to gain hands-on experience.
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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*Employment Rate based on 2018 contactable Eastern graduates employed in a related field.
NOC Code: 2281, 2282 - **Wage data is for employees in all ranges of experience in the field, rounded down to the nearest dollar, and based on Nova Scotia data. Local (or regional) income may vary.
Do you have a knack for computers? 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.
*This program is currently offered in Newfoundland only.*
Course Listings: Nova Scotia
Installing and Configuring Windows Server (70-740)
Windows Server Administration (70-741)
Configuring Advanced Windows Server Services (70-742)
Career Planning & Preparation - Level I
Career Planning & Preparation - Level II
Database & SQL Fundamentals
Microsoft Exchange Server Administration and Design (70-345)
Field Placement - IT Systems Administrator
Mobile Device Support
Software Lab - Access Fundamentals
Software Lab - Computer Fundamentals
Software Lab - PowerPoint Fundamentals
Software Lab - Word Fundamentals
Software Lab - Excel Fundamentals
SQL Server Administration
Student Success Strategies
Technology Management for IT Professionals
Windows 10 Administration
Windows PowerShell Scripting
High school graduation diploma or equivalent, or Mature Student Status.
"I'm currently a student at Eastern College, am 4 weeks into my program, and I love every minute of it, My first Prof was great! She really helped me out and opened my eyes to the tools you need to succeed. The entire staff is very helpful and accommodating, and very friendly. A great place to go to school and even better people to go through it with teaching you.”