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Microsoft Server Administration

This certificate is designed to prepare students for positions in network administration. This pathway introduces students to the concepts of installing, configuring, and managing multiple operating systems and provides students with the knowledge and skills to configure, administer and secure data, users, and services using multiple servers. Students completing this training will be prepared for multiple industry certifications such as the core Microsoft Certified Professional examinations. 


Students must have completed the certificate of Network Basics or demonstrate proficiency and receive permission from the Program Director.

Students are strongly advised to meet with the Program Director before starting this degree pathway to obtain advisement and proper sequencing of courses.

Required Courses

Select three courses (11-12 credits) from the following: 

Course NumberTitleCredits
CNG 212Configuring Windows Server


CNG 213Administering Windows Server


CNG 214Adv Windows Server Admin


CNG 215Windows Automation


Total Credit Hours:11-12

Total Credit Hours: 11-12