|Intakes:||February / April / July / September|
|Entry Criteria:||Successful completion of 12 years of school education. Entry to the first year requires an IELTS score of 5.5 or higher.
Direct entry to Year 2 requires a relevant Diploma in Computing equivalent to Level 5 or a degree level qualification in a non-computing area.
Entry to the second year requires an IELTS score of 6.0 or higher.
The aim of this diploma is to deliver a coherent 2 year course of study with a speciality in Networking Management & Administration to Learners with no prior computing background. They will be capable to support existing systems, administer network server systems, build, optimise and manage complex commercial computing networks and network server systems. By the time they graduate they will be capable of working with autonomy in the management of these systems. The Diploma offers an opportunity to acquire Cisco and Microsoft certifications.
The graduate will be able to:
In year 1, graduates will learn a set of modules that will prepare them as a support technicians and server administrators in the ICT industry. At the end of Year 1 they will be capable of administering and supporting Microsoft networks and servers.
|COMP501||Introduction to Information Technology|
|COMP505||The Fundamentals of Computer Networks|
|ICT510||Client Operating System|
|ICT511||Help Desk Support|
|COMP506||Fundamentals of Network Security|
|ICT620||Server Administration & Configuration|
|ICT622||Applications Platform Configuration|
In Year 2 students do more advanced IT network administration skills, this opens the doors for higher education courses in related degrees. At the end of year 2 you the will be able to assume Cisco network administrator role.
|ICT630||Building and Administering Med Size Networks – I|
|ICT631||Building and Administering Med Size Networks – II|
|ICT730||Building Enterprise Networks|
|COMP750||Information Technology Project Management|
|COMP701||ITIL Service Management Practices|
|ICT731||Building Multilayer Switched Networks|
|ICT732||Building Secure Networks|
|ICT733||Optimizing Converged Networks|
As an initiative from Cornell to encourage students to pass their industry examinations, we offer scholarships for top students by reimbursing exam fees. DITL7-MA offers students the opportunity to achieve the following exams:
Server administrator, Network administrator, Network engineer, Systems engineer, IT engineer, System administrator, Project Coordinator, Help Desk Specialist, end user trainer.
Diploma in Information Technology (Networking Technology Management and Administration) - Level 7
Graduates can progress to higher academic qualifications or programs that explore more advanced design and management of complex and sophisticated network systems
Our staff will help you through the whole of the enrolment process, from choosing your course at the very beginning, through to finding accommodation and settling in when you arrive in New Zealand.