2018-2019 Catalog Winter Update [Archived]

Cisco Technician, AAS

This hands-on program prepares students for employment, specifically for Cisco installations, that includes work installing, configuring and supporting networks. Students will learn to install and configure, including security requirements, networks. Student also learn to troubleshoot PCs, networks, operating systems, hardware and software, including the Microsoft Office Suite applications. Database concepts, systems analysis and design, writing, and communication skills are also included in this program as it prepares students for prepares students for the CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician) certification tests.

Associate of Applied Science

Required Courses

Course NumberTitleCredits
BUS 101Business Principles/Practices

3

BUS 103Business Computer Applications

3

or

BUS 106Basic Excel

1

and

BUS 108Basic Access

1

and

BUS 109Basic Word

1

BUS 218Creating/Managing Projects

3

CIS 110PC Operating Systems

3

CIS 112Linux Operating Systems

3

CIS 115PC Hardware & Software Support

3

CIS 150Programming Logic

3

CIS 175DataBase/SQL

3

CIS 220Systems Analysis & Design

3

CIS 221Introduction to Networks

3

CIS 223Introduction to MS Servers

3

or

CIS 224Network Security

3

CIS 253Cisco Routers IOS

3

CIS 255Cisco Local Area Networks

3

CIS 257Cisco Wide Area Networks

3

CIS 278CIS Internship

1 to 9

COM 101Public Speaking

3

ENG 110College Writing I

3

or

ENG 160College Writing & Research

4

ENG 127Technical Writing

3

ENG 227Technical Writing II

3

MATH 116Intermediate Algebra

4

Economics

3

Wellness/Physical Education

2

Total Credit Hours: 66