Network Management Course (AEC) | LaSalle College Montréal

AEC in Network Management

AEC | LEA.99
AEC | LEA.99 | AEC in Network Management

Using Cisco and Microsoft technologies, the Network Management course (AEC) 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, Microsoft and Linux technology competencies.

The frequently updated Network Management program leads to a number of certifications recognized by the job market including: Cisco (CCNA and CCNP), CompTIA (A+), Microsoft (MCSA) and LPIC.

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  • At the Montréal campus

This program leads to an Attestation of College Studies (AEC).

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
  • CCNA (Cisco certified network associate), exploration version 4.0
  • LPI (Linux professional Institute)
  • A+ et Network + de CompTIA
  • Open Source Operating System (75 h)
  • Introduction to Networks (75 h)
  • Routing and Switching Essentials (75 h)
  • Computer Technical Support (75 h)
  • Client Based Operating System (75 h)
  • Server Based Operating System (75 h)
  • Scaling Networks (75 h)
  • Connecting Networks (75 h)
  • Implementation of Directory Services (75 h)
  • Implementation of Network Services (75 h)
  • Scripting languages (45 h)
  • Network Services based an Open Source Operating System (75 h)
  • Advanced Routing and Switching (90 h)
  • Implementation of Network Security (90 h)
  • Implementation of a Mail Server (75 h)
  • Deployment of an Enterprise Multiplatform Network (90 h)
  • Voice Over IP (75 h)

* The College reserves the right to substitute certain courses.

Course content of this program is given for information purposes only. LaSalle College reserves the right to change, modify, add or remove one or several software programs or programming languages from the curriculum at any time. Any such changes will, however be made without affecting either our stated teaching objectives.

For more than 20 years, LaSalle College has been a member of the prestigious Cisco Networking Academy, which allows it to offer its students exclusive and sought-after certifications.

Cisco Networking Academy

LaSalle College offers Microsoft’s Imagine Academy certifications to students who wish to grow their computer knowledge and expand their skills. These certifications are exclusive and recognized by the computer industry.

Cisco Networking Academy

The use of a laptop computer is mandatory (learn more). This laptop must be equipped with the Windows operating system to work with all software. Standard or student license software must be installed when requested by teachers.

The following features are required for PCs:

  • Processor: Intel I5 or AMD A8 compatible with VT-X virtualization
  • Memory: 8 GB minimum
  • Hard drive: 1 TB minimum
  • Screen: 14 inches minimum
  • Connectivity: USB 3.0, Wi-Fi and NIC LAN

You will need a USB-RJ45 adaptor if your laptop doesn't have a network jack.

Required software: Office suite.

The school includes a student-run computer club, which provides support to new computer science students and organizes sports and cultural activities.