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Our CISCO CCNA program consists of four CISCO Academy Semesters that must be completed in order. New courses start all the time–click the Register Now button above for registration options and methods of payment. There are text books and other materials associated with the course that change often; click on the Computer Courses link above for text book details.
Note: It is suggested (but not required) that potential students have a basic knowledge of computers and computer networking to help ensure success in the CISCO Academy. An “Intro to Networking” or “A+ Certificate Preparation” course will lay a good foundation for your academy training.
Upon completion of CCNA1 students have an understanding of networking basics including:
Upon completion of CCNA2 students have an understanding of routers and routing including:
Upon completion of CCNA3 students have an understanding of switching and intermediate routing including:
Upon completion of CCNA4 students have an understanding of WAN technology concepts including:
The CCNA certification (Cisco Certified Network Associate) indicates a foundation in and apprentice knowledge of networking. CCNA certified professionals can install, configure, and operate LAN, WAN, and dial access services for small networks (100 nodes or fewer), including but not limited to use of these protocols: IP, IGRP, Serial, Frame Relay, IP RIP, VLANs.
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) coursework prepares students for CCNA certification.
Network Administration and Support is a concentration under the curriculum title of Information Systems. This curriculum prepares students to install and support networks and develops strong analytical skills and extensive computer knowledge.
Course work includes extensive hands-on experience with networks. Classes cover media types, topologies, and protocols with installation and support of hardware and software, troubleshooting network and computer problems, and administrative responsibilities. Elective choices provide opportunity for specialization and individualization.
Graduates should qualify for positions such as: LAN/PC administrator, microcomputer support specialist, networks control operator, communications technician/analyst, network/computer consultant, and information systems specialist. Graduates should be prepared to sit for certification exams, which can result in industry-recognized credentials.
For more course information please contact us at (919) 739-6933. Visit the Cisco Networking Academy Page for program information.