Network Management (CISCO and MICROSOFT)
AEC | LEA.99
AEC - Technologies | LEA.99 | Network Management (CISCO and MICROSOFT)

Using CISCO and Microsoft technologies, the Network Management program (AEC) program will facilitate student acquisition of computer skills related to network development and management. Developed with the latest technology to meet the market’s needs, the courses of this program will provide the students with a strong competitive advantage and access to many careers in this ever-changing industry.

The networking management program teaches the skills and knowledge to install intranet hardware and the software, and specific CISCO and Microsoft technology competencies.

Program availability

All students must come to class with their own personal laptop. Standard or student license software must be installed when requested by teachers

The following features are required for Macs and PCs:

  • Processor: Intel I5 or AMD A8 compatible with VT-X virtualization
  • Memory: 8 GB minimum
  • Hard drive: 500 GB minimum
  • Screen: 14 inches minimum
  • Connectivity: USB 3.0, WIFI and NIC LAN
  • You will need a USB-RJ45 adaptor if your laptop doesn't have a network jack

These specifications also apply to MacBook computers. MacBook Airs are not accepted.

Required software: Office suite

  • CCNA (Cisco certified network associate), exploration version 4.0
  • MCTS – SPECIALIST IN TECHNOLOGY
  • MCITP: SERVER ADMINISTRATOR
  • MCITP: ENTREPRISE ADMINISTRATOR
  • LPI (Linux professional Institute)
  • A+ et Network + de CompTIA
  • Server Database Administration (60 h)
  • Management of a Messaging Server (60 h)
  • Network Technical Support (60 h)
  • Novell Network Administration I (60 h)
  • Network Security (75 h)
  • Final project (90 h)
  • WAN Implementation (75 h)
  • Network Administration (75 h)
  • Linux Operating System (75 h)
  • Routers Configuration (75 h)
  • Routers installation (75 h)
  • Structured Programming (60 h)
  • Local Network Implementation (60 h)
  • System Hardware Architecture (60 h)
  • Routers configuration (75 h)
  • Administration of client network (75 h)

* Le collège se réserve le droit de remplacer certains cours.

The school supports a student-run computer club to counsel and support new computer science students and to organize sports and cultural activities.

Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to make the most of their skills and work in a number of possible positions:

  • Local Network Administrator for Windows (recent technology) or Linux
  • Local Network Manager for Microsoft (recent technology) or Linux
  • Network Routing Specialist
  • Network Security Technician
  • Network applications programming: Intranet, Internet and Extranet
  • Computer Technician
  • Technical software maintenance for computer networks
  • Network Computer Consultant
  • Help desk