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Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) -- Introduction to Networking - Semester 1


Are you looking to get ahead or to find a new job in the fast-growing IT industry as a network administrator, WAN Administrator, engineer, or installer? The Cisco Networking Academy Program at Union County College will prepare you to take the New CCNA 5.0 Certification which is recognized worldwide in the IT networking industry. This coursework will teach you how to design, build and maintain local, national, and global networks. The CCNA curriculum includes four separate modules and provides a complete range of basic through advanced networking concepts, from pulling cable to subnet masking rules and strategies. If you complete all four semesters, you will be prepared to sit for the CCNA 5.0 (Cisco Certified Networking Associate) and CompTIA Network exams. Union County College provides:

• State-of-the-art computer lab designed specifically for Cisco training and a practice lab area for hands-on instruction

• Program design to provide you the time needed to master course information and practice the skills learned in class to help pass the required examinations

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• Quality instruction at affordable pricing

Who should enroll in the Cisco Networking Academy Programs?

Students interested in starting or advancing their career in Information Technology. The curriculum recommends that you have basic knowledge of computers and networking, and at least an eighth grade reading, writing, and math proficiency level as well as the desire to learn. If you do not have basic computer skills it is suggested that you enroll in A+ Essentials class prior to taking the Cisco CCNA program. By completing the Cisco program you can increase your ability to secure employment in the IT field. 

Semester 1 Fee: $849 

Contact: Joanne Kula 

(908) 709-7600 option #4

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