Canadian Business College’s 33-week Network Engineering program provides students with fundamental computer network and technology training to become a Network Engineer. Network Engineers are involved in the design and maintenance of the hardware and software necessary for a computer network. They are high-level technical analysts with a speciality in Networks and Cloud computing.

Our program stresses the importance of system administrator training. CBC is one of the few colleges that teaches its students how to actually design networks. This skill is extremely beneficial to small companies who typically rely on their network engineers to take on this responsibility. 


In this program, students will receive:

•  Training in Computer Hardware and Software, Microsoft Windows Server and CISCO Router and Switch

•  Up to 8 Certification exam designations from MCSE, CompTIA A+ and CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate)

•  A copy of fully licensed software from Microsoft including Windows Server, SQL Server and Visual Studio


Canadian Business College is a certified Microsoft IT academy offering Microsoft Official Courses (MOC). Our Network Engineering program is taught by Microsoft Certified Trainers. Successful Canadian Business College graduates will earn MCSE (Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert) certificates.


In Canadian Business College’s Network Engineering program, students will study official MOC curriculum, including:

•  Course 20740: Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016

•  Course 20741: Networking with Windows Server 2016

•  Course 20742: Identity with Windows Server 2016

•  Course 20744: Securing Windows Server 2016

•  Course 20533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions…and more!


Network engineers are in high demand because their unique skill sets are increasingly important in the Internet age. Companies that are expanding their IT departments need more qualified network engineers to tackle internet and data security, maintain the integrity of their networks and ensure the safety of their communications and information technology infrastructure.

According to Service Canada, the job outlook for Network Engineers is good. Engineers Canada’s labour market study reports that Network Engineers will continue to be in strong demand this decade. Individuals with a strong aptitude in math and problem solving, and a strong interest in IT are excellent candidates for CBC’s Network Engineering Program.


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Canadian Business College’s Student and Career Services team helps convert the knowledge, skills and training that you acquire over the course of your studies into meaningful jobs and careers once you graduate. Our top priority is to facilitate relationships between you and the businesses, organizations and industries where you will work and further develop your skills.


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