Honors Network Systems Administration

The Network Systems Administration program focuses on the computer networking skills involved in the installation and use of computer applications and operating systems.  Instruction includes how to set up and configure network hardware and software, install and configure workstations and servers, troubleshoot and maintain a network server, work in a team setting, and use of TCP/IP. Topics explored include operating systems, troubleshooting, networking, server fundamentals, applications software, mobile devices, network security, virus protection, and end user support.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES in the field include network/system administrators, program analysts, data base administrator, help desk support specialists, PC technicians, and IT specialists.

Associated Certification Available:
A+, Net +


Level One: Network Systems Administration 2 Credit 2 Semester
Level Two: Network Systems Administration
Technical Math
3 Credits
1 Credit
2 Semesters
Optional Third Year Work Base Learning 4 Credits 2 Semesters


Level 1


Level 2



AACC Proficiency Credit Available:

 CTS  110: Network Essentials 4 Credits
 CTS  103: Theory and Troubleshooting Microcomputers  3 Credits
 CTS  203: Troubleshooting Microcomputers 2  3 Credits


Anne Arundel Community College Program Pathways