Information Technology Management
(Systems Administrator) (6146)
As more companies participate in e-commerce, more specialists
are needed to troubleshoot problems. Systems administrators provide day-to-day
onsite administrative support. They maintain network hardware and software,
analyze problems and ensure an available system to all users.
This program teaches you the basic skills and knowledge needed
to work as an entry-level microcomputer technician or desktop support specialist.
You then learn to administer networks in Microsoft and Linux environments.
This program may serve as the basis for pursuing
certifications such as CompTIAs A+ Microcomputer Technician
certification, Microsofts Certified Systems Administrator
(MCSA) certification, and various Linux certifications. You may
also take advantage of credit-by-certification; courses can be
skipped and credit granted for equivalent certifications already
All courses in this technical certificate are also included in
Administrator associate degree program. You have the option of applying
all of the coursework completed in this program toward an associate
Florida Community College partners with manufacturers and
employers to develop a workforce certified by Oracle, Microsoft and Cisco. Programs
are designed to match industry demands and provide an intensive hands-on experience
to ensure you are ready for the job.
FCCJ is the regional resource for employers in every type of technology. Our
partnerships with Cisco Systems, Dell, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and Sun Microsystems
provide career connections. We offer an intranet site posting jobs targeting FCCJ
students. Our graduates are regularly employed by CSX, JEA, Blue Cross Blue Shield,
the city of Jacksonville, Medtronic, Mayo Clinic and other regional employers,
including the government and military.
Computer support specialists are among the fastest growing
occupations over the 2002-12 period. Starting salaries for Jacksonville average $45,000–65,000, the Florida average is $56,220 and the national average is $61,470.
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to pursue
industry-recognized certifications such as CompTIAs A+ Microcomputer
Technician certification, Microsofts Certified Systems Administrator
(MCSA) certification, and various Linux certifications.
Students have the option of applying all the coursework completed
in this program towards the Network
Administrator A.S./A.A.S. degree.
Estimated tuition for Florida residents is $1,992 (as of 07/06).
Contact program manager for textbook, fees and material costs.
Information Technology Management (Systems Administrator)
||Introductory Computer Concepts
| or CGS 1570 Microcomputer Applications
||Network Technician Foundations
||Microsoft Desktop Administration
||Microsoft Server Administration
||Linux Workstation Adminstration
||Linux Network Administration
||Microsoft Network Administration
||Total Credit Hours
Please see the technical certificate Graduation