Information Technology - Cisco Networking Academy

Certificate

2012-2013 academic year

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 16 Credit Hours.


Required Core Courses

Core

Course NumberCourse NameCredit Hours
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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