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Our Network Administration Course Overview

Network Administration

The Network Administration and Information Technology course aims to equip students with a solid foundation in networking concepts, protocols, and technologies. This course will provide a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles of networking, preparing students for more advanced studies and careers in IT. Through hands-on labs and real-world scenarios, students will gain practical experience in setting up and troubleshooting networks.

Entry Requirements:

  • Applicant must have completed a basic form of education or higher.
  • Applicant must have basic Computing knowledge.
  • Ability to read and write in English.

By the end of this course, students would be able to

Course Objectives

1. Understand the basics of computer networks and their significance in the modern world.

2. Identify and describe common networking components and devices.

3. Configure and troubleshoot network connections.

4. Explore various network protocols and their functions.

5. Develop essential skills for network security and management.

6. Gain awareness of emerging networking trends and technologies.

Coursework - Module Curriculum:

Network Administration - Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Networking

- What is a computer network? - Types of networks (LAN, WAN, MAN) - Historical development of networking

Module 2: Network Components and Topologies

- Networking devices (routers, switches, hubs, etc.) - Network topologies (star, bus, ring) - Understanding the OSI and TCP/IP models

Module 3: IP Addressing and Subnetting

- IPv4 and IPv6 fundamentals - Subnetting and CIDR notation - Practical IP address assignment and subnet design

Module 4: Network Protocols

- Introduction to common network protocols (TCP, UDP, HTTP, DNS) - Hands-on protocol analysis using Wireshark - Setting up a basic web server

Module 5: Network Security

- Common network threats and vulnerabilities - Introduction to firewalls and intrusion detection systems - Practical network security configurations

Module 6: Emerging Networking Technologies

- Virtualization and cloud networking - Internet of Things (IoT) and its impact on networking - Group project: Designing a small-scale network infrastructure

We offer variety of classes to suit all types of students.

Our classes


We offer weekday classes to provide flexibility and convenience for individuals who prefer to dedicate their weekdays to learning and professional development in the field of IT.

Morning Session 9 am - 12 noon
Afternoon 1pm - 4 pm
Evening Session 5 pm - 8 pm
Lab Work ( 1 Hour )


We offer weekend classes to accommodate individuals with busy schedules, allowing them to pursue their passion for IT and advance their skills without disrupting their weekday commitments.

Morning Session 8 am - 12 pm
Afternoon 1 pm - 5 pm
Lab Work ( 1 Hour )


Quizzes and tests

Hands-on networking labs and simulations

Network configuration and troubleshooting assignments

Group project presentation

Participation and class engagement


Networking textbooks and online resources

Access to network labs for practical exercises

Guest lectures by networking professionals

Online discussion forums for collaboration

Pathway to beyond excellence

What you should know about our Network Administration Course

Comptia N+

Certification Standard


Practical Hands-On Labs

12 weeks

Course Duration