MCSE 2008

Windows 2008 is a computer network operating system developed by Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft Certified System Engineers (MCSE) are needed in order to satisfy the main objective of the network - to communicate smoothly and efficiently. Individuals who possess the knowledge, skills, and credentials to support the installation, configuration, and maintenance of this network operating system are in demand in both the public and private sector.

The credential of Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) is awarded to a person who successfully completes a series of seven examinations. The certification is valuable in finding employment in the networking field because it acknowledges the MCSE's competence with Windows 2008.

Potential job titles for an MCSE includes: M.I.S. Director, Network Administrator, System Director, and Network Engineer.
Occupational Titles available after graduation: System engineer, Network Specialist, and System Support Specialist.
 
Code Name of the Course Credits Clock Hours
COMP 100 Introduction to Computer (Basic-Advance) 9 90
COMP 101 Introduction to Networking (Basic-Advance) 9 90
COMP 220 Windows 2008 Professional (Basic-Advance) 9 90
COMP 225 Windows 2008 Server (Basic-Advance) 9 90
COMP 230 Windows 2008 Directory Service Administration 3 30
COMP 235 Windows 2008 Network Infrastructure Administration 3 30
COMP 240 Designing and Implementing Database with
Microsoft SQL Server 2014
3 30
COMP 244 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 3 30
COMP 245 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Security Server 2007 3 30
  Total Credits 51 510

Credit Details:
1 credit = 10 hours
There are 51 Credits to complete this course.
 

Breakdown
Lecture Lab Total
Credits Hours Credits Hours Credits Hours
20.4 204 30.6 306 51 510


Total Lecture Credits needed to complete this course: 20.4
Total Lecture hours needed to complete this course: 204

Lecture Details

   1. Introduction to Computer
   2. Introduction to Networking
   3. Windows 2008 Professional
   4. Windows 2008 Server
   5. Windows 2008 Directory Service Administration
   6. Exchange server
   7. Internet Security Server

8. Windows 2008 Network Infrastructure Administration
Total Lecture Credits needed to complete this course: 30.6
Total Lab hours needed to complete this course: 306

Lab Hours Details
   1. Basic Computer Operations
   2. Networking Tools.
   3. Installation, configurations and Troubleshooting of Windows 2008
   4. Installation, configurations and Troubleshooting of Windows 2008 Server
   5. Installation of Active Directory and Exchange Server

Total Credits needed to complete the course: 51
Total Clock Hours needed to complete the course: 510

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