Network Administration (DE)


High School Credits: 1 Credit

Network Administration 1 is a comprehensive, hands-on computer course where students learn basic networking skills using Windows and Microsoft Server.  Topics covered throughout the year include 98-366-Networking-Fundamentals, 98-364-Database-Administration-Fundamentals. Network Administration is designed to teach many aspects of Cyber Security through Network and Database administration.  Students learn virtualized networking, database, and security concepts.  Students learn how to install the operating systems, set up and manage accounts, load software, and set up and implement security plans.  

Program Features

  • Dual Enrollment with Northern Virginia Community College (required when entering this course)
  • CyberPatriot-National Youth Cyber Education Program


  • Network+ (N10-005)

Student Career Pathway Examples 

The study of Network Administration with additional post-secondary study may lead to these careers:

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for network and computer systems administrators in May 2015 was $77,810

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