Graduate Certificate in Networking and Systems Administration GradCertNetandSysAdmin
About the course
The aim of these courses is to provide professionals in the IT industry with an advanced course of study in Systems Development that is current, relevant and integrates industry certification in these fields.
Upon completion of the Master degree, graduates will possess:
* advanced skills in the design, implementation and management of networks
* higher order system administration knowledge and skills
* industry certification to the level of Cisco Certified Network Associate
* at least one additional high-level industry certification from Microsoft or Cisco
* advanced skills in identifying network security risk profiles, defining network security policies and maintaining secure global networks
* problem-solving skills and methodologies when troubleshooting and documenting global internetworking problems
* the ability to analyse complex client business and technical requirements and select appropriate inter-network technologies and topologies
* skills in the development of solutions that meet customer business objectives for functionality, performance, and cost
Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate graduates will be able to:
* satisfy a subset of the objectives of the Masters course, depending on which subjects have been completed.
The Master degree and the Graduate Certificate make up an articulated set of courses, and credit is awarded in the Master degree for subjects completed in the Graduate Certificate.
Students may elect to exit from the Master degree after completion of four specified subjects and graduate with the Graduate Certificate in Networking and System Administration.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 96 points, which includes the completion of the relevant industry stream certificate (for which credit of 48 points is given) for the Master degree or 32 points, which includes the completion 16 points of relevant industry stream subjects for the Graduate Certificate.