Great Plains Technology Center

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Photo of technician standing by computer network server.

Just 9 months will prepare you for the career of a lifetime. This program develops skills in the design, develop, management, and maintenance of enterprise environments that encompass integral network infrastructure components such as client stations, routers, switches, and firewalls. In addition, students learn to install, configure, and manage midsize to enterprise level desktop support environments. Comprehensive network security measures will be integrated throughout the course for purposes of hardening networks and end devices. Course curriculum will expose individuals to collaborative video/voice end devices and wireless devices. This program builds knowledge and technical skills required for obtaining industry certifications.

Certification Outcomes:
Tier 1 – Certifications Recognized, Administered and/or Endorsed by Industry

  • Certiport MTA: Networking Fundamentals – 98-366 (1150)
  • Certiport MTA: Security Fundamentals – 98-367 (1718)
  • Cisco: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 – 100-105 (1114)
  • Cisco: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 – 200-105 (1125)
  • Cisco: Certified technician 640-692 (1114)
  • Cisco: Certified Network Associate (CCNA) 200-301 (1125)
  • Cisco: Certified Network Professional (CCNP) 300-401

Click Here to Apply Online

If you completed the online application and are applying as an ADULT STUDENT, please call 580-250-5535 to set up an appointment with a career counselor to finalize your application. If you need a paper application, please call 580-250-5535.

Who Can Attend?

Adult Students


Lawton Campus

Useful Information

Program Begins


Nicholas Alexander
Network Administration Instructor