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Server Infrastructure Administrator – Windows 2012

Career Studies Certificate

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Design and build your computing future

Earn valuable industry credentials

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Server Infrastructure administration entails the oversight of an overall information technology environment.

Utilizing the Windows Server 2012 operating system – one of the most ambitious Windows Server releases to date – a server infrastructure administrator can bring a high level of efficiency and adaptability to a complex network.

With Tidewater Community College’s Career Studies Certificate in Server Infrastructure Administration – Windows 2012, you will have the skills to plan, design, configure, administer, maintain, analyze and troubleshoot local-area and enterprise-level networks.

Our graduates are qualified for employment as:

  • server administrators
  • server systems administrators
  • monitoring operators
  • local area network administrators
  • enterprise systems administrators
  • IT system administrators
  • enterprise security administrators
  • computer support specialists
  • information security analysts
  • systems architects

Certify your skills

Course work in this program qualifies you to set for several industry certification exams, including Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS); Microsoft Certified IT Professional; Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA); and CompTIA Security+ Certification.

Go further

Apply all of the credits you earn in this program to TCC's Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology.

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How much does this program cost?

TCC's Server Infrastructure Administrator — Windows 2012 consists of 3 semesters of part-time study, with classes held mainly at the Virginia Beach Campus.

Estimated Program Cost*:
27-28 credits x $181.10 per credit = $4,889.70 - $5,070.80 (not including textbooks and supplies)
*Based on Fall 2017 in-state tuition. Your actual cost may differ.

Where can you go?

You may find employment or gain promotion in your current position, and you can apply the credits you earn toward TCC’s Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology.

You can also transfer your credits to a 4-year school to work toward a bachelor’s of science in information technology or another related field. 

Is this program for you?

Yes, if you:

  • have a good working knowledge of computer systems
  • enjoy working with clients and the public
  • enjoy detail-oriented work and problem solving
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Learn from industry professionals in the Advanced Technology Center, which houses 26 individual workstations and a high performance GIS server

Just 3 semesters of part-time study

The MCSA certification is one of the most sought after certifications currently offered by Microsoft

Median annual salary

Jobs related to this field pay a median annual salary of $61,360*

Power up!

If you want to get into the information technology field, or advance in your current IT career, an industry credential can be your ticket to success. (TCC CareerFocus magazine)


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* Salary estimate is provided for comparison purposes only and doesn’t constitute a promise of employment or earnings. Salaries were calculated based on related job codes and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data.