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Cisco Training Academy
2014 - 2015 Cisco Systems Computer Networking Technology
The Cisco Systems Computer Networking Technology program prepares graduates who will be able to design and install secure network systems based on customer requirements, monitor and maintain network traffic and security, and maintain network hardware and software on Cisco Networks professionally. Courses and hands-on labs in this program will assist the graduate in preparing to take a variety of Cisco, Microsoft, and CompTIA certification examinations. This program specifically prepares students to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification exam and the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification exam.

Students planning to transfer to a college or university should check with the Collin academic advisor prior to beginning this program.

 

AAS – Cisco Systems ComputerNetworking Technology
60 credit hours


FIRST YEAR
First Semester

ITCC      1371       CCNA 1 Cisco - Introduction to Networks
ITCC      1374       CCNA 2 - Routing and Switching Essentials
ITMT      2301       Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration
ITNW     1358       Network +
MATH   1314       College Algebra 1

Second Semester
CPMT     1305       IT Essentials I: PC Hardware and Software
ENGL      1301       Composition I
ITCC      2371       CCNA 3 - Scaling Networks
ITCC      2372       CCNA 4 - Connecting Networks
ITMT     2351       Windows Server 2008: Server Administrator

Summer
ECON     1301       Introduction to Economics
                                (See other Social / Behavioral Sciences Options)
ITCC      2354       CCNP Routing - Implementing IP Routing


SECOND YEAR
First Semester

HUMA     1301       Introduction to Humanities I
                                (See other Humanities / Fine Arts Options)
ITCC      2355       CCNP Switch - Implementing IP Switching
ITCC      2370       Cisco CCNA Security
ITSY      2300       Operating System Security

Second Semester
ITCC      2356       CCNP TSHOOT - Maintaining and Troubleshooting IP Networks
ITNW     2374       Advanced Computer Networking Case Study (Capstone)
SPCH     1311       Introduction to Speech Communication
                                (See otherSpeech Options)
ELECTIVE*


1.
   May substitute MATH-1316, MATH-1324, MATH-1325, MATH-1332, MATH-1342, MATH-1350, MATH-1351, MATH-1414, MATH-2305, MATH-2312, MATH-2318, MATH-2320, MATH-2413, MATH-2414, MATH-2415, MATH-2417, or MATH-2419

*    Elective (3-5 credit hours): ITNW-2373 (Recommended), ITSY-2301, ITSY-2341, ITSY-2342, ITSY-2343, or ITSY-2572

Note: Many ITCC, ITMT, ITNW (except ITNW- 2374), and ITSY courses are offered in eight-week sessions

 

 

Certificate – Advanced Cisco Systems Computer Networking Technology (CCNP)
24 credit hours


FIRST YEAR
First Semester

ITCC      1371       CCNA 1 Cisco - Introduction to Networks
ITCC      1374       CCNA 2 - Routing and Switching Essentials

Second Semester
ITCC      2371       CCNA 3 - Scaling Networks
ITCC      2372       CCNA 4 - Connecting Networks


SECOND YEAR
First Semester

ITCC      2354       CCNP Routing - Implementing IP Routing
ITCC      2355       CCNP Switch - Implementing IP Switching

Second Semester
ITCC      2356       CCNP TSHOOT - Maintaining and Troubleshooting IP Networks (Capstone)
ELECTIVE *

 
*    Elective (3 credit hours):ITCC-2370, ITNW-2373 or ITNW-2374

 Note: Many ITCC, ITMT, ITNW (except ITNW-2374), and ITSY courses are offered in eight-week sessions

 

 

MSAA – Cisco Systems Computer Networking Technology (CCNA)
12 credit hours


ITCC      1371       CCNA 1 Cisco - Introduction to Networks
ITCC      1374       CCNA 2 - Routing and Switching Essentials
ITCC      2371       CCNA 3 - Scaling Networks
ITCC      2372       CCNA 4 - Connecting Networks

 

Note 1: Many ITCC, ITMT, ITNW (except ITNW-2374), and ITSY courses are offered in eight-week sessions

Note 2: Some of the courses in this award program may require prerequisites. Please check the course descriptions.

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CONTACT INFORMATION
 
Program Director:
Dave Galley
PRC - H213
972.377.1676

Academic Advisor:
Catherine Smith
PRC - F134
972.377.1780


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