LEA.DC Network Administration ACS [Regular Track]


2 Years | 4 Semesters (Including internship or professional integration project)

Salary range

$58,881 per annum

Delivery Method

Instructor Led classroom

Language of Instruction

English & French


The objectives of this program are to train students to work as Network Administration Technicians. They will understand the architecture of a network, know how to connect a computer with its peripherals, connect computers to each other, implement a network, apply the appropriate network protocols, connect the network to external networks (the Internet, for example), provide support to users in relation to network issues, administer, monitor and expand the network by various means (adding stations, adding a virtual component, etc.).

Key Courses

  • Introduction to Networking
  • Computer Science Mathematics
  • Networks and Databases
  • Information Security
  • Hardware and Software Evaluation
  • New Technologies – Network Administration
  • Network Monitoring
  • Researching Information on the Internet
  • Professional Communications
  • Database Server Deployment
  • Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Internet Server Deployment
  • Digital Skills
  • Internship or Professional Integration Project

Skills gained after completing this program:

The Network Administration program trains students to be Network Support Technicians.  Upon completion of this program, students will be able to understand different network protocols, install, maintain network software, troubleshoot and manage a computer network, as well as respond to the network users needs.

  • More specifically, students will be able to:
  • Evaluate the network needs of a business
  • Plan, design and propose hardware and software components for computer network system
  • Install, configure and manage the various components of a network
  • Set up and administer a computer network system
  • Analyze and implement system security.
  • Provide problem-solving services support to network users
  • Obtain computer certifications targeted to Cisco, Linux and Microsoft Technologies
  • Work in team and communicate effectively

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Possible Career Opportunities

  • Local Network Technician 
  • Extended Network Technician 
  • Network Support Technician 
  • Supervisor of IT Operations
  • IT Coordinator 
  • Computer Network Manager
  • Local Area Network Administrator
  • Administrator of Internet Systems, Local Network, Extended Networks (RE), System of Networks


  • Applicant must be at least 18 years old 
  • Grade 12 or recognized higher education
  • Fluency in Enlgish with an overall band score of 6 of IELTS nothing less than 5.5 in any one individual module
  • Completion of Pathway program from a recognized partner


Why Study Here?

  • Experienced teachers
  • Small class sizes
  • Internships offered by the College
  • Hands-on training
  • Job placement services
  • Flexible payment plans
  • Latest technology used in the classrooms
  • Fun campus life

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