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Network Systems Administrator Diploma
Sundance College Diploma 48 weeks 16 Start or advance your career in the tech industry by learning a variety of I.T. and network-based disciplines. at
20 hours per week
Sundance College Diploma 48 weeks 16 Start or advance your career in the tech industry by learning a variety of I.T. and network-based disciplines.
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Sundance College Modules
CCNA 200-301 Volume 1 Module
CompTIA II (A+) Module
CompTIA Network+ Module
CompTIA Security+ Module
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Everything depends on your experience, location, industry, and the job market itself.
Network Engineer: The average salary for a Network Engineer is around $81,000 per year in the United States, according to Glassdoor.
Network Administrator: The average salary for a Network Administrator is around $65,000 per year in the United States, according to Glassdoor.
Systems Administrator: The average salary for a Systems Administrator is around $64,000 per year in the United States, according to Glassdoor.
the job market for Network Systems Administrators is expected to be favorable. Professionals who stay up-to-date with the latest technology and security trends may be in higher demand.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of network and computer systems administrators is projected to grow 5 percent from 2020 to 2030, which is about as fast as the average for all occupations.
Keep ahead of the pack by learning the latest technologies in a Network Systems Administrator Diploma from NeoCanada.
Online learning is user-centric. Students can study at their own pace, repeat assessments, and take breaks when needed. This helps students to balance their work, education, and family without feeling overwhelmed.
Online learning is accessible. Students only need a space to work with a connection to the internet. Anyone can turn their home into a classroom with Online Learning!
Online learning costs less. NeoCanada doesn’t have classrooms, so we can charge less for the exact same learning materials that are used in Canadian Colleges and Universities. Students also save money because they don’t have to pay for transportation between the classroom and their residences.
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Canada is known for its educational excellence. This is why Canada is one of the top education destinations in the world, with over 620,000 international students enrolled.
Canadian education is recognized and highly valued around the world; employers know that it’s an accomplishment to receive a credential from a Canadian Institution.
Graduates from Canadian post-secondary institutions have higher employability rates, making them more competitive in the job market both domestically and globally.
Diplomas focus on a distinct discipline and are intended to give students a practical education to develop greater knowledge. Graduates of Diploma Programs have proven themselves to be capable individuals and are highly valuable to employers.
- Diplomas are comprised of 4-7 MicroDiplomas
MicroDiplomas are a section of a Diploma. They are intended for students who want to upgrade their skills or get a comprehensive education in a new subject.
- MicroDiplomas are comprised of 2-4 courses.
Modules provide students with knowledge of a single subject and are an excellent way for students to try out online education and learn something new.
You get all the benefits of a Canadian education without the travel, lodging, or time spent away from home that traditional in-person Canadian schools incur on foreign learners. You can remain in your country with your friends, family, and support networks without interrupting your current job or lifestyle.
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