The Cisco Networking Academy at Corporate College offers a rotation schedule designed to allow students to prepare for CCNA, CCNP, and Cisco Security Certification around your busy work schedule. Classes begin every 10 weeks.
CCNA- five 8 week sessions total cost $2250
CCNP- nine 8 week sessions total cost $4050
Individual courses in the sequence are $450 each
This program blends in-class study with online study providing students with experience configuring real Cisco networking equipment in the classroom along with providing course content that can be accessed anytime using the Internet.
- Mini Mentoring
- Online Curriculum
- Open Labs (consisting of 90+ total Cisco Routers and Switches)
- Packet Tracer Network Simulation program
How Cisco Classes Work
Corporate College understands the busy IT professional’s schedule. Our Cisco courses offer the opportunity to tailor your educational needs to your working schedule.
- 8-week classes
- Self-directed learning
- Assistance is always available
- Rotation allows completion of CCNA and/or the CCNP in months versus years!
HOW DO CISCO COURSES WORK?
Lectures are offered on a scheduled night, but you may complete labs any night Monday-Thursday. To complete a course, follow the syllabus and course assignment schedule, read and follow your textbook/online curriculum, complete knowledge and skills-based assignments, and take exams. Students can choose to progress at an advanced pace completing coursework ahead of the regular class progress.
Course materials are provided using the Cisco Networking Academy Online Curriculum (CCNA classes only) and an online Cisco course management system (NetSpace) which contains proprietary class materials, assignments, exams, and announcements. Course assignments are provided on the Cisco NetSpace Webpages for each specific class.
- No minimum in-class time
- No maximum – You can attend class anytime a Cisco class is in session
- 5 hours/session
- 4 sessions/week (Mon-Thurs)
- 20 total hours/week available
- Log into Red Canyon computer with college student ID card to record classroom hours
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