A network administrator supports a company’s local area network (LAN) and internet systems. These are the systems employees use to get their work done, therefore, keeping the network running is crucial to overall company productivity. The network administrator will install new systems as needed. They ensure the network is available to all users, and they perform regular maintenance to keep the network (hardware and software) up and running for their co-workers.
Degree Type: Associate Degree
Information Technology (IT)
County: Travis, Williamson, and Hays
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A career pipeline partnership with ACC, offering extra support to help non-traditional students get into IT careers.
Classes offered at Austin Community College.
Your class schedule stays the same from semester to semester so that you can plan your future.
Degree or certification average completion time is 2.5 years or less.
This degree program includes a paid internship.
Students will earn a marketable skills award in their first year of training.
Co-enroll in the Women in Information Technology (WIT) program at ACC for additional support and resources.
Excellent problem solver, organized, good communication, dependable, plans ahead, trained in active directory, local area networks, and operating systems
Get paid to learn! This degree plan includes a paid internship 20 hours a week for 3 semesters. Interns are always paid at least $12 an hour, often more, and gain valuable hands-on experience.