The NASP program is an applied intensive 1-year program that prepares students for a career in secure system and network administration within both enterprise and service provider environments. It addresses both conventional infrastructure and cloud based alternatives. The program is cohort based and is comprised of ten months of full time lab learning and a two-month industry work term.
NASP develops the requisite expertise to plan, implement, manage, and secure server, storage, network, and application infrastructure. It integrates business communications and leadership throughout its technical curriculum. As a compliment to facilitating the acquisition of technical skills and knowledge, the program provides employment advantages to its students through integrated work experience and the incorporation of industry certifications.
The program incorporates the content for a range of industry certifications.
NASP incorporates the subject matter for several additional certifications. Vouchers to complete two additional exams are included in the program tuition.
NASP provides students with current and applied knowledge and skills, combined with industry credentials and real world work experience. The true value of the end result is demonstrated by the excellent vocational success of NASP graduates.
|Network Administration & Security Professional|
|Program Location:||Downtown Vancouver
12 months, Full-time
|Program Start / End:||To be announced
|Total Tuition/Cost:||To be announced
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The program is 12 months full-time, weekdays from 9am to 4pm. It is organized into three semesters and a work term. All required hardware and software is provided including licenses for home use.
Each semester is formatted as follows:
In preparation for each core industry certification, students participate in a week long tutorial these follow the second and third semesters.
The program concludes with a two month industry practicum that allows students to develop industry contacts and further their learning in a real world setting.
Students are well equipped to compete for entry level and intermediate level jobs in network administration and security. While actual jobs obtained depend on the individual student's background prior to the program and their achievements during the program, typical jobs for graduates include:
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