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Since 1977, Keiser University has provided quality student-centered, career-focused education. Keiser University Online offers degree programs online to prepare students for in-demand professions. Degrees are offered with a curriculum that is in pace with technology and workforce demand trends in business, criminal justice, health care, information technology and more. Our “one-class-at-a-time” approach allows busy students to focus on their education and balance the demands of work and family.
- Master of Business Administration, MBA - Information Security Management
- Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management
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Northcentral University was founded in 1996 to provide working professionals around the world with unprecedented access to richly engaging, professionally relevant, and academically-rigorous education from a U.S. university.
As a regionally accredited, private, online and graduate-focused university, NCU offers doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degrees in business, technology management, education, and psychology, as well as doctoral and master’s degrees in marriage and family therapy.
- Master of Science in Technology and Innovation Management (MSTIM) Information Systems
- Doctor of Philosophy in Technology and Innovation Management (PhD-TIM) Information Systems
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Get Started in Technology with a Systems Administration Degree
If you have an analytical mind and like to solve problems, consider a career in systems administration. Systems administrators keep office technology operating at peak efficiency and troubleshoot computer problems. You might find work at a corporation, small firm, or government office. In today's high tech marketplace, good system administrators are essential to companies' technological health--and bottom lines.
What to Know about Systems Administration Programs
You'll find a variety of paths to a career in systems administrations. Most systems administrators earn degrees in areas such as computer science at the bachelor's or associate's level or complete a system administration certification. Classes can take a matter of months for system administration certification to four years for a bachelor's degree.
Expect coursework in: computer science, computer engineering, mathematics and statistics.
Once you begin your career, continue your education with system administrations certification programs covering current technology. Doing so can help you stay up to date on the latest developments. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the job outlook for systems administrations is excellent. Those with system administration degrees can anticipate much faster than average job growth in their field. The BLS also predicts more opportunities for working remotely from home. The BLS reports a median 2008 income of $66,310 for system administrators.
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