Microsoft Networking Technology (AAS)

Program Information

The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Microsoft Networking Technology program is designed to develop skills needed to implement a network infrastructure and install, configure, monitor, optimize, and troubleshoot Windows server and Windows client workstations. Courses in the program are also designed to help prepare for Microsoft Certified Product (MCP) Specialist, and Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP) examinations.

Typical tasks of a Microsoft Networking Administrator include developing a local area network, installing and configuring software, creating and managing user and group accounts, analyzing and optimizing system performance, troubleshooting system and printing problems, interoperating with various operating systems, and working as a system administrator.

Typical tasks of a Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP) are developing a local area network, installing and configuring software, creating and managing user and group accounts, analyzing and optimizing system performance, troubleshooting system and printing problems, training end users, and working as a system administrator.

Program Notes

This degree program includes an embedded Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Microsoft Server Administration.

You must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses required within the program.

A total of 14-15 credits of Restricted Electives (REs) are required for this degree. Consult with an Academic Advisor or the Program Director for guidance with RE selection and sequencing.

Consider taking one or more general education courses during summer sessions to lighten load during the academic year.

If you are interested in the Microsoft Desktop Support Technology CCL, you should plan to take MST141 as your RE during Semester II.

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