Network Systems Engineer

  • Program Accreditation: Post-Graduated Diploma
  • 47 Weeks – Total hours: 880
  • Theory: 680 hours – Internship: 200 hours

Program Overview

If you’re looking to augment your existing diploma or degree in information technology, Evergreen College’s Network Systems Engineer program will further prepare you to design, install, maintain, manage and enhance computer networks. Students are equipped with practical knowledge of Local Area Networks (LAN); their application within Wide Area Networks (WAN); and their interconnectivity to nodes, servers and other end-user devices. Students will also become familiar with web server management and its connectivity to LANs and WANs. They will learn to work with various types of software including: managing system and client software, mail sever, VMWare, Linux, network security measures, user accounting and monitoring network event logs for problem resolution.

Career Opportunities

Upon graduation, students will be able to design and implement physical and logical infrastructure for business solutions based on different platforms and technical and commercial requirements. Graduates will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to obtain employment in computer network support, network installation, exchange server administration Linux administration, network and system administration, network design and integration.

Admission Requirements

  • Diploma or Degree in information technology (IT)
  • English proficiency requirement for international students.

Graduation Requirements

To successfully meet the program outcomes the student must:

  • Achieve a minimum mark of 65% in all of the module assignments and exams
  • Achieve a satisfactory rating in the internship evaluation

What you Will Learn of Network Systems Engineer

The Course consists on 12 modules. These modules are covered in the classroom and the internship.

  • CompTIA A+ (Operating Systems)
  • CompTIA A+ (Hardware)
  • CCNA: Routing and Switching
  • CompTIA Linux+
  • Hybrid Server Core
  • Installing and Configuring Windows Server
  • Administering Windows Server
  • Configuring Advanced Windows Server
  • Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure
  • Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure
  • Microsoft Exchange Se
  • Internship: The Network Systems Engineer students complete their education with 200 hours of internship


The Network Systems Engineer Program is approved as a vocational program under the Ontario Career Colleges Act, 2005.

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