Get the Skills to Be an IT Professional
IT & Network Systems Training in 190 Weeks[compliance]
Looking to gain skills in an industry with many career opportunities so you can improve your earning potential?
You should be!
The Information Technology industry continues to expand and has a high demand for skilled specialists. If you’re ready to move up and create a brighter future with a rewarding career, Laurus College has the program to get you there.
With your initiative and our support, we thrive.
Our Bachelor of Science Degree program in Information Technologies and Network Systems prepares students to be knowledgeable and well versed in modern technology concepts.
The program is designed to help you develop the knowledge to offer technical assistance about computer hardware and software, and learn to perform maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption.
Here’s How You’ll Grow with Us
The goal of this Bachelor’s Degree program is to help students develop the technical skills needed for pursuing a successful career as an IT professional. This program covers fundamental and advanced skill development in a variety of IT related areas, while also providing the knowledge to successfully apply information technology theory and principles to address real world business opportunities and challenges.
As part of the curriculum, students will have the opportunity to develop skills in:
- Operating System Fundamentals
- Administering Computers and Devices
- Technical Certifications
- Network Administration
- Database Management
- Information Systems Management
- Information Security Foundations
- Network Deployment
- TCP/IP and Subnetting
- Software Deployment
- Cyber Security
- Web Server Administration
- Enterprise Communication
- Cloud Computing
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Prepare with Laurus to take the CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+ exams, to get the industry-leading credentials for IT professionals. Develop the knowledge you’ll need to offer technical assistance with computer hardware and software, and learn to perform maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption.
This program also provides students with the opportunity to effectively use information resources, conduct intellectual research, and communicate scientific knowledge based on today’s technology requirements.
All the Things You’ll Learn
Communication: Demonstrate effective oral and written technical communication skills; communicate concisely, professionally, and accurately in various technical professional modes, including an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences about technical information. Demonstrate proficiency in communicating technical information in formal reports, documentation, and delivering presentations to users and information technology professionals.
Critical Thinking: Demonstrate critical thinking skills using the ability to analyze a problem, and to identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution. Demonstrate the ability to use industry best practices in troubleshooting information technology issues.
Information Management: Demonstrate the ability to analyze, plan and support the impact of information and computing technologies overall effectiveness for users, organizations and enterprises on a global scale; effectively map information systems with organizational operational functions across an enterprise.
Networking Management: Demonstrate a thorough understanding of how to analyze complex network local area network (LANs), wide area network (WANs), and other critical data communications infrastructure across enterprises; manage, install and oversee safe and secure network data centers by applying modern technologies that will further enhance enterprise security.
Expert Knowledge: Demonstrate expertise knowledge of core information technologies that include web, database management, enterprise system security, computer architecture, operating systems, networking and system administration.
Application of Standards: Demonstrate competently applying best practices including standards to applications, information technologies, information security, network technologies, and system management.
Information Technology Foundation: Demonstrate knowledge of current market trends and innovative information technology in a rapidly changing global environment. Demonstrate the ability to disseminate direct comprehensive knowledge to organizational stakeholders.
Where You Could Be After Completing Our Program
Information Technologies (IT) & Network Systems professionals provide technical assistance concerning the use of computer hardware and software as well as perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption. They may also plan, direct, or coordinate activities in such fields as electronic data processing, information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming.
Grads with IT & Network Systems training may find employment in a wide range of interesting and rewarding positions, including
- Network and Computer Systems Administrators
- Computer Systems Analyst
- Database Administrator
- Information Technology Consultant
- Information Security Analyst
- Network Support Specialist
- Computer User Support Specialist
- and more!
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The Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system is used by Federal statistical agencies to classify workers into occupational categories for the purpose of collecting, calculating, or disseminating data. The Information Technologies & Network Systems Bachelor of Science Degree Program offered at Laurus College can help prepare graduates for a variety of careers that include, but are not limited to the list of careers that may be listed under the following SOC codes (for more information on a particular SOC code, visit www.onetonline.org).
SOC Code 15-1121.00 – Computer Systems Analysts
Analyze science, engineering, business, and other data processing problems to implement and improve computer systems. Analyze user requirements, procedures, and problems to automate or improve existing systems and review computer system capabilities, workflow, and scheduling limitations. May analyze or recommend commercially available software.
SOC Code 15-1122.00 – Information Security Analysts
Plan, implement, upgrade, or monitor security measures for the protection of computer networks and information. May ensure appropriate security controls are in place that will safeguard digital files and vital electronic infrastructure. May respond to computer security breaches and viruses.
SOC Code 15-1141.00 – Database Administrators
Administer, test, and implement computer databases, applying knowledge of database management systems. Coordinate changes to computer databases. May plan, coordinate, and implement security measures to safeguard computer databases.
SOC Code 15-1142.00 – Network and Computer Systems Administrators
Install, configure, and support an organization’s local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. Monitor network to ensure network availability to all system users and may perform necessary maintenance to support network availability. May monitor and test Web site performance to ensure Web sites operate correctly and without interruption. May assist in network modeling, analysis, planning, and coordination between network and data communications hardware and software. May supervise computer user support specialists and computer network support specialists. May administer network security measures.
SOC Code 15-1143.00 – Computer Network Architects
Analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. Perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption.
SOC Code 15-1151.00 – Computer User Support Specialists
Provide technical assistance to computer users. Answer questions or resolve computer problems for clients in person, or via telephone or electronically. May provide assistance concerning the use of computer hardware and software, including printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating systems.
SOC Code 15-1152.00 – Computer Network Support Specialists
Analyze, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate existing network systems, such as local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. Perform network maintenance to ensure networks operate correctly with minimal interruption.
SOC Code 25-1194.00 – Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
Teach or instruct vocational or occupational subjects at the postsecondary level (but at less than the baccalaureate) to students who have graduated or left high school. Includes correspondence school, industrial, and commercial instructors; and adult education teachers and instructors who prepare persons to operate industrial machinery and equipment and transportation and communications equipment. Teaching may take place in public or private schools whose primary business is education or in a school associated with an organization whose primary business is other than education.
SOC Code 43-9011.00 – Computer Operators
Monitor and control electronic computer and peripheral electronic data processing equipment to process business, scientific, engineering, and other data according to operating instructions. Monitor and respond to operating and error messages. May enter commands at a computer terminal and set controls on computer and peripheral devices.[/modal-show]
With so many professional opportunities available to people with the right qualifications, Laurus can prepare you for a career that will take you to that next level in life.
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We offer online Bachelor’s Degree programs – and let you keep your day job while you learn. You can participate in live classes from the comfort of your home!
If you’re juggling work and a family, you’re busy. Our hybrid learning model gives you greater freedom and flexibility to learn on your own schedule.
That means you’re in control of your learning experience. All you have to do is get the ball rolling. And training with Laurus for a career in IT, with all our dedicated support from Day 1 till you land that dream job, is a smart choice.
With a program led by industry professionals, Laurus helps motivated people get the skills, experience and ongoing support to pursue successful careers.
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The Laurus Advantage
Practical, Career-Focused Training that prepares you for an in-demand career.
Supportive Learning Environment where instructors care about your success.
Flexible Scheduling Options that include both day and evening classes.
Laptop Included – Students attending classes in an Occupational Associate or Bachelor’s Degree program are given the opportunity to receive a laptop computer loaded with all of the software needed to complete their program.
Job Search Assistance through our Career Services Department, including resume & portfolio creation, interview preparation and live workshops.
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Course Number|Course Title|Credit Hours
BIO 200|[accordion title=’Life Science*’ id=’bsitnsbio200′]The study of life processes ecological factors and the plant and animal kingdoms; biological systems and their control; Human anatomy and physiology; Human Diseases, genetics, inheritance and evolution; the cell as the basic unit of life.[/accordion]|5
BSM 150|[accordion title=’Business Start-Up Strategies’ id=’bsitnsbsm150′]Students in this course are exposed to basic issues in starting a business. Topics may include capitalization, staffing, subcontracting, permits, facilities, and basic business planning. The course offers students practical exercises to begin strategic development of a business and offers practical problems and issues in the startup phase of building a successful organization.[/accordion]|5
BSM 255|[accordion title=’Project Management’ id=’bsitnsbsm255′]This course prepares students to develop and implement project plans when working to complete assigned projects. Topics in this course may include defining project goals and objectives, specifying tasks or how goals will be achieved, establishing needed resources for project completion, and associating budgets and completion timelines. Students study the major phases of project management including project feasibility, planning, implementation, evaluation, and support. Project management software will be used by students to gain an understanding of how to best organize and delegate their project. Students gain an understanding of how to manage projects and how these skills may be applied to an individual project or a group project.[/accordion]|5
CSC 100|[accordion title=’Student Success Fundamentals’ id=’bsitnscsc100′]This course serves as an introduction to the necessary core skills needed to be successful at an academic, professional and personal level. Students will identify core skills, values and interest to assist in their path to success. Topics covered in this course may include time management, effective study skills, written and oral communication, improving critical thinking to enhance problem-solving skills. Other topics may include job search techniques and job etiquette, and on-the-job behavior. Students will work towards building their professional development through various assignments and topics throughout the course. Students will explore Laurus College resources for success inside and outside the classroom.[/accordion]|5
ENG 100|[accordion title=’English Composition I*’ id=’bsitnseng100′]English provides students with the basic rhetorical foundations to prepare them for the demands of academic and professional writing. Students in this course will learn and practice the strategies and processes that successful writers employ when communicating information. These strategies include reading analytically and strategically, improving reading comprehension, writing persuasively, writing for investigative purposes, problem-resolution, evaluation, explanation, and refutation.[/accordion]|5
ENG 200|[accordion title=’English Composition II*’ id=’bsitnseng200′]English provides students with the basic research foundations and skills to prepare them for the demands of academic and professional writing. Students in this course will learn and practice the strategies and processes that successful writers employ when researching topics and information to prepare reports and arguments. The course will culminate with a written research paper and the presentation of the student’s research for peer response.[/accordion]|5
ENG 305|[accordion title=’Speech and Rhetoric*’ id=’bsitnseng305′]This course builds on the foundation of ENG100 (English Composition I) and ENG 200 (English Composition II) by introducing students to effective rhetorical concepts—both classical and modern—and to apply relevant analysis. Understanding classical rhetorical devices—logos, pathos, and ethos—and how writer’s effectively use them to sway opinion provides students with a methodology of being able to appropriately judge the information they encounter in both the academic and professional arena. Additionally, this course will help students hone their skills in argumentation and presentation.[/accordion]|5
HUM 120|[accordion title=’Introduction to Sociology*’ id=’bsitnshum120′]This course introduces tools used by sociologists to explore and understand society. Social relationships, social structures and processes are explored.[/accordion]|5
HUM 140|[accordion title=’Introduction to Psychology*’ id=’bsitnshum140′]Psychology is the science of behavior and mental processes. In this class, students will dive into what makes themselves and others behave the way they do. Topics covered in this class include Neuroscience, Sensation and Perception, Learning, Memory, Thinking and Intelligence, Developmental Psychology, Personality Theories and Assessment, Social Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Workplace Psychology. This class will be focused more on behavior as it pertains to the workplace rather than the clinical side of Psychology.[/accordion]|5
HUM 300|[accordion title=’World History*’ id=’bsitnshum300′]Students will explore common challenges and experiences that unite the human past and identify key global patterns over time. This overview of world history covers political, economic, social, religious, intellectual, cultural, and military history in a chronological story that will help students gain an appreciation and understanding of the distinctive character and development of individual cultures in society.[/accordion]|5
ITS 100|[accordion title=’Hardware Technology Fundamentals’ id=’bsitnsits100′]Students begin learning about computer hardware and each item that makes up a computer. Students build the skills needed for proper file management, and learn to troubleshoot basic problems that may occur during computer usage. Students study the system board in depth, learning about components, as well as, their functions. Other topics covered may include computer memory, different operating systems, floppy drives, and hard drives. Students also work with computer power supplies, learning how to measure output and proper removal and replacement of power supply units. Students learn to handle several system types and troubleshoot various computer hardware issues.[/accordion]|5
ITS 110|[accordion title=’Fundamentals of Operating System’ id=’bsitnsits110′]Students study how to properly set up and install hard drives, as well as techniques for proper troubleshooting and data recovery. Students examine how to protect the hardware and software of a computer while troubleshooting, and how to properly use tool kits and troubleshooting reference guides while isolating and repairing a number of computer problems. Other topics studied may include ports and expansion slots for add-on devices, SCSI devices, keyboards, pointing devices, multimedia technology, monitoring system performance, and support devices. Students install and study about supporting applications with various operating systems[/accordion]|5
ITS 120|[accordion title=’Managing Computer Devices’ id=’bsitnsits120′]Students in this course study operating systems designed specifically for networking, as well as the differences between various operating systems. Students install and customize operating systems, utilize system registries and diagnostic tools, and troubleshoot problems that typically arise in various systems. Other topics studied may include communication over the internet, browsing the World Wide Web, utilizing email, transferring files, communication over phone lines, and modems.[/accordion]|5
ITS 130|[accordion title=’Systems Support’ id=’bsitnsits130′]Students study the basic principles of networking and networking concepts, as well as discover different types of network architectures and learn about various networking software and protocols. Students learn about many of the computer and printer problems that commonly occur in the workplace, and how to effectively troubleshoot and fix those problems. Students discover proper maintenance techniques for computers and printers in an office setting. Also discussed in this course are proper disaster recovery and maintenance plans for computers, how to create system backups, and viruses and other computer infestations.[/accordion]|5
ITS 150|[accordion title=’Basic Networking’ id=’bsitnsits150′]Starting with an introduction to networks students gain an understanding about communication services, mail services, and management services. Students study networking standards and models, and study the various layers making up networking as a whole. Students gain an understanding of different network protocols, and their functions. Students explore networking media and learn to install protocols on various operating systems. They examine the difference between LANs and WANs, and the transport systems that serve them both. Other topics covered may include installing NICs in computers and configuring them for various types of networks. Network hardware such as hubs, repeaters, bridges, and routers may also be examined in this course.[/accordion]|5
ITS 180|[accordion title=’Administering Network’ id=’bsitnsits180′]Network Administrators must understand a variety of key networking concepts and technology that include storage, network architecture, Voice over IP implementation, and server consolidation. In this course students come to understand the common causes and high costs of service outages, how to measure high network availability, how to design a data center and explore what must be considered with consolidating resources.[/accordion]|5
ITS 190|[accordion title=’Network Maintenance’ id=’bsitnsits190′]Students in this course examine the essentials of a WAN, and learn how one is implemented and how remote connectivity is established. Students gain understanding of various network operating systems and how they are similar or may differ from one another. Students gain an understanding for how to establish users, groups, and rights in a networking system.[/accordion]|5
ITS 200|[accordion title=’Software Deployment’ id=’bsitnsits200′]In this course, students learn to plan, control, and manage the deployment of a network system. It will encompass documentation, operating system application governed by the system role. Students work with GUI (Graphical User Interface) based applications as well as the CLI (command-line interface) to accomplish tasks. GUI and CLI applications include Windows PE (Pre-installation Environment), Microsoft Visio, WDS (Windows Deployment Services), AD DS (Active Directory Domain Services), MDT (Microsoft Deployment Toolkit), and Windows AIK (Automated Installation Kit).[/accordion]|5
ITS 205|[accordion title=’Network Subnetting and TCP/IP’ id=’bsitnsits205′]TCP/IP suite of protocols provides the basis for networking communication. In this course, students will review several of the transmission and networking protocols and applications, decimal-to-binary conversion, classful and classless addressing, mapping Internet addresses to physical addresses, and error and control messages.[/accordion]|5
ITS 210|[accordion title=’Network System Services’ id=’bsitnsits210′]Network System Services provide the structure for authenticating and authorizing users in the work place. This course prepares students to manage and administer these services in a Windows Domain environment. Topics include Active Directory, Group Policy, File Services, DNS, Remote Access Management, Server Management, and many other supporting services.[/accordion]|5
ITS 220|[accordion title=’Introduction to Database Management’ id=’bsitnsits220′]Students are introduced to core database concepts, objects, data manipulation, storage structures, and administering a database. This course includes skills that prepare students to design, manage, and secure relational databases and an understanding of structured query language.[/accordion]|5
ITS 230|[accordion title=’Managing Information Systems’ id=’bsitnsits230′]Students combine acquired skills from previous courses to capitalize in the process of IT and Computer Networking management. They plan, coordinate, document, and direct computer and network related projects within sets of scenario guidelines. Students will learn to project, set achievable business goals, and align projects to reach those goals.[/accordion]|5
ITS 240|[accordion title=’Cyber Security Fundamentals’ id=’bsitnsits240′]This class will increase your understanding of potential threats, learn how to apply practical mitigation options, and react to attacks quickly. The class teaches you the skills and knowledge you need to design, develop, implement, analyze, and maintain networks and network protocols. It explains how these systems currently operate and the limitations that lead to security weaknesses. Topics covered in this course may include the fundamental issues needed to understand network security, the definition of security terms, security ethics, the OSI network model, and cryptography for networks. Students may explore the common risks for secure network design and development, including the impact of modularity on security and a summary of the general security issues.[/accordion]|5
ITS 300|[accordion title=’Advanced Network Security’ id=’bsitnsits300′]In this class students will learn advanced security concepts perimeter defenses, network defenses, host defenses, application defenses, data defenses, and assessments and audits. Students also learn how to apply practical mitigation options, and react to attacks quickly. The class teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to harden the network perimeter, secure wireless devices, implement intrusion detection/prevention, and perform backup and recovery. Students will also learn how to protect and maintain integrity of data files, implement security logging and auditing, and run and analyze security reports.[/accordion]|5
ITS 310|[accordion title=’Cross-Platform Operating Systems I’ id=’bsitnsits310′]In this course, students will learn the difference in Linux kernel, an operating system, and Linux Distributions. Students will start their journey by understanding basic installation of a Linux OS, file system management, users and group management, software installation, user interfaces and desktops, and boot and shutdown of Linux.[/accordion]|5
ITS 320|[accordion title=’Cross-Platform Operating Systems II’ id=’bsitnsits320′]This course prepares students for Advanced Cross-Platform Skills. It focuses on choosing a strategy, maintaining Cross-Platforms, and maintaining and securing these systems.[/accordion]|5
“ITS 330|[accordion title=’Web Server and Websites’ id=’bsitnsits330′]Students study the fundamental knowledge and skills to configure and manage Internet and Intranet webservers using IIS (Information Services.) This course is intended to help provide prerequisite skills supporting a broad range of Internet web applications, security, and knowledge to help support other products that use IIS.[/accordion]|5”
ITS 340|[accordion title=’Network Policies and Services’ id=’bsitnsits340′]Network Administrators must understand a variety of key networking concepts and technology that include File and Print Services, Group Policy, Networking and DHCP. In this course students come to understand the commonly used features such as disk quotas, permissions, printing services, managing security and group polices, as well as understanding the concept of automatic IP addressing.[/accordion]|5
ITS 350|[accordion title=’Advance Routing and Switching’ id=’bsitnsits350′]In this course, students will learn ICDN2, and Cisco ISO Licensing. Students gain understanding of advanced features and configurations of cisco devices and protocols. Some of the topics covered are LAN switching technology, different methods of routing and routing protocols, IP Services and common troubleshooting of network connection problems[/accordion]|5
ITS 400|[accordion title=’Network Security and Vulnerability’ id=’bsitnsits400′]This course takes a look several areas of advance knowledge of information security within the field of technology. It teaches you skills and knowledge on how to identify threats coming into network system, protect your resources from threats and vulnerability, remedy the results of an attack. Students will also study penetration testing life cycle such as footprinting, enumerating, scanning, system exploits, sniffing traffic, Denial of Service, social engineering and other tactics.[/accordion]|5
ITS 410|[accordion title=’Introduction to Enterprise Communication’ id=’bsitnsits410′]Exchange is a popular messaging system that includes a mail server, an e-mail program (e-mail client), and groupware applications. Designed for use in a business setting, the Exchange server are often used in conjunction with Microsoft Outlook to take advantage of Outlook’s collaborative features, such as the ability to share calendars and contact lists. Students will be setting a Servers with Exchange Services running in a Virtual Lab.[/accordion]|5
ITS 420|[accordion title=’Advance Enterprise Communication’ id=’bsitnsits420′]Students combine acquired skills from previous courses to capitalize in the process of IT and Computer Networking management. Students are introduced to advanced concepts of enterprise communication. They will plan, install, configure, migrate Unified Messaging, manage site resiliency, and manage advanced security in Exchange Infrastructure. Upon completion of this course students will also be able to design, configure and manage e-mails compliance, archiving, discovery, and secure e-mail servers and messaging system utilized in an enterprise.[/accordion]|5
ITS 430|[accordion title=’Cloud Computing Development Specialist’ id=’bsitnsits430′]Cloud computing is the development of large-scale disturbed computing paradigm that is the driving force for organizations to grow to scale without the need for large dependent information technologies infrastructure. This course delivers a comprehensive in-depth study of Cloud Computing Solutions, Concepts and capabilities. This course covers cloud computing services, technologies, and the implementations on today’s global enterprises.[/accordion]|5
ITS 450|[accordion title=’Advanced Services’ id=’bsitnsits450′]Students combine acquired skills from previous courses to capitalize in the process of IT and Computer Networking management. They learn advanced topics in computer and network services such as high availability, certificate management and digital rights management. Upon completing this course, students will be able to implement network load balancing, failover cluster, managing certificates and active directory rights management services, with the goal of keeping high network uptime.[/accordion]|5
MTH 101|[accordion title=’Introductory Algebra*’ id=’bsitnsmth101′]This course provides students with a conceptual understanding of algebra by using problem solving applications in context to real-world application. Students will integrate meaningful applications with relevant data, graphs, tables, charts, colors, and diagrams.[/accordion]|5
MTH 240|[accordion title=’Statistics*’ id=’bsitnsmth240′]This course covers descriptive statistics and inferential statistics with relevant applications to solving real-world problems, hypothesis testing and decision-making. Important statistical models and distributions will be discussed.[/accordion]|5
PHY 200|[accordion title=’Physical Science*’ id=’bsitnsphy200′]This course introduces students to physical science. Students will learn about physics, chemistry, astronomy, meteorology, and geology. This will give students the ability to understand and interact with their physical environment in a more engaging way. Some of the knowledge students gain include Newton’s Laws, chemical elements, the universe, and geologic concepts.[/accordion]|5
PRO 200|[accordion title=’Professional Communications in the Workplace*’ id=’bsitnspro200′]This course focuses on professional communication in the 21st workplace. Students in this course will hone their communication skills by working on various assignments and projects, including: face-to-face conversations, collaborative work groups, presentations, and interviews. Lectures include topics in nonverbal communication, cultural differences, organizational fit, and networking within specific industries through face-to-face interactions and via social networking sites, such as Facebook and LinkedIn. By the end of the course, students will have prepared industry specific portfolios and taken part in mock interviews specific to their field of study.[/accordion]|5
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