Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy

Certificate

You can earn a Cisco networking academy certificate. Note that not all courses for each program can be offered every semester.

You will need to successfully complete a minimum of 19 Credit Hours.


Required Core Courses

Core

Course NumberCourse NameCredit Hours
BSAD 2050 Business Communications
Development of both oral and written communicative skills. Students will be able to organize and present effective presentations gaining audience rapport and sending appropriate nonverbal messages as well as formulate effective letters, memos, and reports for business and industry.
3
INFO 2700 Cisco Networking I
This course is an introduction into computer networking. It uses Cisco's Networking Academy Program-CNAP curriculum and covers the first semester of the CNAP. The CNAP teaches networking basics and is intended to be a preparatory program for the Cisco Certified Network Associate-CCNA Exam. The concepts covered in this course are networking terminology and protocols, LAN basics, the OSI model layers, network cabling, network topologies, IP addressing, and basic networking standards.
4
INFO 2710 Cisco Networking II
This course is the second in a series of courses covering computer networking. It uses Cisco's Networking Academy Program-CNAP curriculum and covers the second semester of the CNAP. The CNAP teaches networking basics and is intended to be a preparatory program for the Cisco Certified Network Associate- CCNA Exam. The concepts covered in this course are introductory WAN concepts, basic router operation, router configuration, router components and IOS images, details of IP addressing, and routing protocols.
4
INFO 2750 Cisco Networking III
This course is the third in a series of courses covering computer networking. It uses Cisco's Networking Academy Program-CNAP curriculum and covers semester 3 of the CNAP. The CNAP teaches networking basics and is intended to be a preparatory program for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate-CCNA Exam. The concepts covered in this course are the basics of classless routing, the intermediate level routing protocols, switch configuration, LAN design, Virtual LANs, and switch protocols.
4
INFO 2760 Cisco Networking IV
This course is the fourth in a series of courses covering computer networking. It uses Cisco's Networking Academy Program-CNAP curriculum and covers semesters 4 of the CNAP. The CNAP teaches networking basics and is intended to be a preparatory program for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate-CCNA exam. The concepts covered in this course are IP Address scaling using NAT; and also the standards and protocols of WANs such as PPP, ISDN, and Frame Relay. Network management issues are also discussed.
4

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