This certificate program is planned to provide students with the specific knowledge to seek entry-level employment working in the field of Linux operating systems administration. The program helps students develop skills in Linux and the Internet. Student in computer networking or network and system administration will study Linux along with other operating systems.
The Linux certification curriculum gives students the prospect to:
- Study to obtain the comprehension, skills, and self-reliance to assist them thrive in the IT field.
- Scrutinize Linux network administration, installation, design, recovery, security, and network services.
- Investigate how to install, configure, and administer Linux as a network operating system.
A few certificate programs in Linux require a high school diploma or a GED.
Programs require anywhere from 18 to more than 30 credits of course work to earn a certificate. The program includes courses in the following:
- Introductory Linux and administration courses (6 credits)
- Security (6 credits)
- Fundamentals of Linux (6 credits)
- Linux administration (6 credits)
- Networking (6 credits)
- Computer support technology (6 credits)
- LAN concepts (6 credits)
Below is our Fee Structure elaborating all the amount of the respective programs, duration and course material fees: