For International Students

SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

Three - Year Advanced Diploma
Features of the Program

The focus of Computer Systems Technology program is educating people for the networking fields. The three-year program provides graduates with in-depth networking skills to manage and solve the networking, security, wireless access, and Voice over IP (VoIP) needs of small to large enterprises. Our goal is to develop a workforce who can design, install, manage, secure, and troubleshoot networks and internetworks. In this six-semester program, students will study desktop multi-user operating systems (Windows, UNIX, and Macintosh), local and wide area networks (LANs and WANs), network security, network management, unified wireless, and Voice over IP (VoIP). Courses in programming languages and in web and database technologies are also provided. As well, students will acquire skills in communication, customer service, entrepreneurship, and project management, because in today's team environments, employees must have both technical and people skills. Students learn how to configure routers, switches, wireless access points, bridges, wireless controllers, PIX/ASA firewall appliances, and VoIP telephones. Students also configure various Windows network operating systems and learn how to configure them using VMware virtualization to improving efficiency, availability, flexibility, and manageability of the infrastructure.

Admission Requirements


10+2
Minimum 50% marks in all subjects @ 10+2 level
Computer competency will be helpful
IELTS score 6.00 bands

Employment Opportunities

Graduates may find employment in a broad area involving network technologies.

Employment Opportunities may exist in educational, governmental, medical, retail, industrial or other work environments and may encompass such positions as:
- network administrator
- network designer
- network installer
- system administrator
- information systems product support technician

Option to upgrade to University degree

Graduates from this program may continue their studies at university and may receive credit for their prior College education.