The Internet and its accompanying networking technologies have made our world increasingly interconnected, transforming the way we work, learn, communicate and do business.
Broadband connections, Voice over Internet Protocol or (VoIP), unified messaging and other network types are becoming more integrated.
As networks become integrated they become more complicated, and they require upgraded hardware technologies to handle additional network traffic. With more than 80 percent of Internet data traffic traveling across Cisco equipment, Cisco Systems is regarded as the leader in network technology.
You can prepare for an exciting career integrating networks using industry-leading technology. MCC's Cisco Networking Academy® program gives you the technical knowledge needed to obtain Cisco's nationally recognized computer networking certification: Cisco Certified Network Associate™ (CCNA™)
CCNA certification indicates basic knowledge of networking. It prepares you to become a help desk engineer, field technician, level 1 system engineer or integrator.
The Latest Curriculum
MCC's Cisco Networking Academy is the only educational center in the area that teaches the latest version of Cisco's curriculum. The Cisco curriculum undergoes constant refinement using Cisco's Curriculum Development Overview model. Our faculty and teaching facilities are Cisco-certified. MCC invests significant resources in our facilities to ensure that you are trained on the latest equipment. MCC's teaching method of presentation, demonstration and hands-on exercises prepares you to be productive.
MCC's approach is different and better
Trying to retain information from some fast track programs can be like trying to get a drink of water from a fire hose! MCC's faculty recognizes there is a lot of material to absorb. That's why MCC's Cisco networking training lasts four quarters. You will receive the information you need to know at a comprehendible rate.
Cisco Networking classes are taught at our South Omaha campus.
We'll help you be successful
MCC's small class sizes enable you to get the personal attention you need to succeed.
Where can you go from here?
You have many options! Once you complete the CCNA courses, you are thoroughly prepared to take the exams. Additional coursework will enable you to complete a MCC Associate of Applied Science degree in Cisco Network Technician. You may also continue your electronics technology education and earn your certificate of achievement degree in Microcomputer Repair.
Cisco Certified Network Assistant
Certificate OF ACHIEVEMENT:
Microcomputer Repair Certificate
Information Technology - CISCO Network Technician Option
Network security also is a new hot button for organizations. MCC's Network Security courses will give you the software expertise to defend computer networks from intruders.
According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer network administrators is expected to grow by 28 percent from 2010 to 2020, which is faster than the average for all occupations. As firms invest in newer, faster technology and mobile networks, the demand for systems administrators is increasing. http://www.engineeringdegree.net/resources/computer-network-systems-and-database-administrators/
Consider that the average salary earned by Cisco certified professionals in the TCP Magazine Salary Survey (June 2002) is $64,000. And, the more certifications one has, the greater his or her earning power.
Industry certification translates into real economic development that benefits individuals and the communities in which they live.
~ Cisco Curriculum and Certification Highlights
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If you have general questions about your program options, talk to an adviser at any of our campuses or centers. In any case, you have nothing to lose by asking questions.
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