Administrator of Systems and Computer Network

Program overview


This program provides students with practical and theoretical knowledge related to the administration of computer systems and networks. The program is tailored to market requirements, offering extensive employment opportunities. Students who attend this professional school are created the opportunity to learn practical skills related to setting up and administration of computer systems and networks, which consist of Microsoft, Linux, Cisco products, as well as management of database systems, web servers and more.


Program duration: 4 Semesters (2440 hours) – Intensive


Credits obtained during the program: Credits: 122


Course syllabus

Semester 1

  • Computer Networks 1
  • Mathematics for Informatics
  • English Language
  • Basics of Computer Circuits
  • Technical Basics for Informatics


Semester 2

  • Telecommunication Basics
  • Operating systems
  • Computer Networks 2
  • Server Infrastructure and Security
  • Introduction to Clouding


Semester 3

  • Mobile Infrastructure
  • Wireless Networks
  • Laboratory Project 1
  • Management and Entrepreneurship Basics for IT
  • Administering Database Servers and Systems


Semester 4

  • Server Virtualization
  • Quality and Testing of Systems and Networks
  • Laboratory Project 2
  • Practical Work in Industry


Elective subjects


  • Mobile applications
  • Programming
  • Software Engineering
  • Modeling and Simulation of Systems and Networks

Expected outcomes


This program serves to learn the principles, theory and practice of system management, including network, system design, analysis, efficiency and security.

The program emphasizes practical skills based on Windows and Unix platforms, but also teaches general principles, along with their technical and ethical elements.

The program covers the overall administration of the system, the core networks involved with extensive laboratory work, security analysis and its implementation.