Computer Networking Academy I (CVCNA1)
This Cisco Networking Academy program prepares students for a job as a network technician where they will install, configure, and troubleshoot Local Area Networks under the supervision of a network administrator. The focus is placed on cabling systems and internetworking hardware. It also gives students the knowledge they'll need to pass the Cisco Certified Network Associate Examination.
Students must complete the Computer Systems Technology (CTCSTC) Certificate with a GPA of 2.0 or better or have equivalent industry experience to be admitted into the program.
- Business/Computer Technologies
- Computer Instruction Dept
- Michael Galea, James Lewis, Roland Meade, John Trame
|CNT 206||Internetworking I - Fundamentals||4|
|CNT 216||Internetworking II - Routers||4|
|CNT 226||Internetworking III - Switches||4|
|CNT 236||Internetworking IV - WANs||4|
- Total Credits Required
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“My teacher posted his lectures and activities on Blackboard weekly, so I was able to complete all required class work and tests at my own leisure. Most importantly, I learned a ton in the course, and my excellent instructor was available by email around the clock.”—Wendy L., 48