Cisco Network Analyst Certificate Level I
- One year program
- Enter the workforce quickly
- This certificate can be stacked and earned credits can be applied toward a Computer Programming Specialist AAS Degree or Computer Programming Specialist Certificate Level II.
- Full program offered at LSC-CyFair, LSC-Kingwood, LSC-North Harris, LSC-Tomball
- Computer Information Technology Department
The Cisco Networking Academy teaches students both the fundamentals and advanced techniques of Cisco networking. Through Lone Star College’s Cisco programs, students also learn collaboration and problem-solving skills through hands-on activities and network simulations. Upon completion of these programs, students have the practical knowledge they need to enter the workforce and be successful in a number of global industries.
Some students are recent high school graduates who want to turn their interest in computers into a career. Others already have careers in information technology but want to earn a Cisco certification or add to their current desktop, application or server skills by learning more about networking. There are also students who are turning unemployment into an opportunity to learn new skills to reenter the workforce. No matter what your background is, the Cisco Networking Academy is a great fit for anyone interested in information technology.
The computer networking specialization – Cisco Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded for successful completion of the 60 semester credit hours required in the degree plan. Certificates are available which provide an opportunity to acquire technical skills in two to three semesters.
Please contact Donna Ivey at Donna.Ivey@lonestar.edu or call 281.290.3468 for more information.
Please contact Lisa Hall at Lisa.M.Hall@LoneStar.edu or call 281.312.1773 for more information.
Please contact Terry Bryant at Terry.Bryant@LoneStar.edu or call 281.618.5623 for more information.
This certificate can be stacked and earned credits can be applied toward a Computer Programming Specialist AAS Degree or Computer Programming Specialist Certificate Level II.
|First Semester Courses||12 Credits|
|ITSC 1301-or-COSC 1301||Introduction to Computers-or-Introduction to Computers||3|
|ITCC 1375||Introduction to Networks||3|
|ITCC 1376||Routing and Switching Essentials||3|
|ITSC 1371||IT Essentials||3|
|Second Semester Courses||6 Credits|
|ITCC 2378||Scaling Networks||3|
|ITCC 2379||Connecting Networks1||3|
|Cisco Network Analyst Certificate Program Total||18 Credits|
Median wage: Wages vary by position title and credentials1
Representative career titles and job positions for this program plan include:
- Computer Network Technician2
- Network Analyst2
- Network Administrator (CCNA R&S)2
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Average full-time tuition is $800 per semester.
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