High demand field calls for experienced individuals.
Are you interested in a high-demand career in the growing field of technology? A career in Server Administration may be the one for you!
By getting a Server Administration degree, you are able to work with various types of technology daily. With median Network and Computer Systems Administrator salary of $32.02, and 199 annual job openings projected thorough 2020, now is the time to pursue this path!
Ivy Tech Community College offers eight different programs for those interested in a career in technology, all slightly different. However, the Server Administration program is unique from other technology programs due to the hands-on and cloud-based skills learned in order to support various different operating systems. Individuals in Server Administration also have the opportunity to work with enterprise services systems, virtual machines, and applications that run upon them.
How Ivy Tech can prepare you for the workforce.
Ivy Tech’s Server Administration program focuses on relevant enterprise server operating systems configuration, management, and security. In the field of technology it’s important to stay current. With Ivy Tech’s Server Administration program, students will focus primarily on current network security concepts as well as prepare for information technology requirements.
Many graduates of this program enter directly into the workforce. However, many transfer to another four-year university to continue toward their bachelor’s degree. Several careers are available to graduates of this program that include Server Support Technician, Network Server Support Analyst, and Network Administrator.
If you’re looking to enter a high-demand career that is quickly expanding, a career in Server Administration is for you! Registration for the spring 2018 semester opens September 11, so apply today! Have any further questions regarding Ivy Tech or your potential degree path? Call 888-IVY-LINE, or visit your local campus today!
State-of-the-art facility, small class sizes, one-on-on interaction with experienced faculty; sounds great, right?
I’m talking about Ivy Tech Community College’s Dental Hygiene program. This program teaches students in real clinical settings in order to help them prepare to enter the workforce. While attending Ivy Tech, students are able to treat real patients from the local community in the Ivy Tech dental clinic.
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High tech degree, for a high tech industry.
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Fast paced industries call for innovative programs.
Keeping up with the latest healthcare trends is extremely important. With Ivy Tech Community College’s Medical Assisting program, instructors pride themselves in an innovative program that properly prepares their students for the workforce.
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