This program provides comprehensive training, including theoretical concepts and hands-on practice to provide students with the expertise and skills to work as a Network Administrator/Engineer or Computer/Network Support Specialist. The graduate will have working familiarity with network hardware and software - including Microsoft Windows Desktop and Server Operating Systems, and will be able to design, install, troubleshoot, and support Microsoft networks and implement Network Security. This CIA program is designed to prepare students to become CompTIA Certified A+, Newtork+, Security+ Technicians and Microsoft Certified Information Professional (MCSA) certification. Students also learn how to create an effective resume, methods fr job search, and how to get ready for a job interview. Job Placement assistance is also available.
Total Quarter Credit Hours 54
Total Clock Hours - 738
Length of Program: 32 to 34 weeks (Depends on Student schedule)
Cisco Networking Program
Total Quarter Credit Hours 34.5
Total Clock Hours 468
Lenth of Program 21 to 22 weeks (Depends on Student Schedule)
The Cisco Networking Program is designed to provide general theory, practical experience, and opportunities for career exploration and soft-skills development
The curriculum teaches networking based on application, covering networking concepts within the context of network environments. Students may encounter in their daily lives - from small office and home office certification tests. This CIA program is design to prepare students to become proficient as a computer service technician, set up a small business or home network, build additional skills to work in a small to medium sized business, or work with enterprise equipment and applications. Students will also learn how to create an effective resume, methods for job search, and how to get ready for a job interview. Job Placement assistance is also available.
Network Administrator and
Cisco Network Admin Classes