University of Northwestern Ohio

IT - System Administration

The UNOH systems administration program offers you the highest level of Microsoft training in the world, unlike many community colleges, which can take you to the MCITP Level. A Microsoft certified IT Professional certification is highly regarded and will give you a valuable competitive edge in the job market. The median annual earnings for network and computer systems administrators can range from $50,000 to more than $130,000 per year.**

Constant technology upgrades and program flexibility are the key ingredients in a successful Information Technology education. UNOH provides our students with the latest upgrades in software, like Microsoft’s Server, and Windows 7 and 10 Operating Systems. Students will master each of these operating systems by using VM-ware software products.

Being a VM-Ware IT Academy institution, and utilizing Microsoft Virtual Academy courses, gives you access to resources offered directly from VM-ware and Microsoft. These resources would cost thousands of dollars if purchased on their own and are available to System Administration students even after they graduate.***

While enrolled as a Digital Forensics student, you will receive an account that allows you to download and use products from both Microsoft and VMware even after you graduate.**


  • Network Administrator
  • Computer Systems Administrator
  • Network Analyst
  • Network Associate


  • Information Security
  • Administering Client Operating Systems
  • Network Fundamentals
  • Virtual Environments
  • Database Design & Development
  • Administering a Server Environment

of System Administration Graduates are Employed or Continuing Their Education

***Students may not use software downloads for business use

System Administration Programs

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