Networking Solutions -- Cisco CCNA and CompTIA Network+

Cisco and Net+
The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is one of the most in demand IT industry credentials. The CompTIA Network+, an entry level credential, prepares you to start a career in the networking field. The college is part of the Cisco Networking Academy Program and uses the Cisco developed curriculum. Students have access to state of the art Cisco routers and switches in the hands-on labs. CCNA Routing and Switching Certification Prince George’s Community College offers an in-depth, four course series to prepare students to test for the Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing and Switching (CCNA R&S) Certification through its Cisco Networking Academy. Individuals holding this certification are qualified to design, operate, and maintain networking systems using switches and routers. For more information, visit Cisco’s website at www.netacad.com. Note: All Cisco courses provide an additional 20 hours of open lab time available on Saturdays.
REGISTRATION FOR SPRIING CLASSES WILL BEGIN ON OCTOBER 1, 2014.


 Networking 

 Certification Preparation, Cisco Certified Network Associate

Prince George's Community College offers an in-depth, four-course series to prepare students to test for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification through its Cisco Networking Academy. Individuals holding the CCNA certification are qualified to design, operate, and maintain networking systems using switches and routers. For more information, visit Cisco's website at cisco.netacad.net.

 Note: All Cisco courses provide an additional 20 hours of open lab time available on Saturdays. See your instructor for the open lab schedule 

 
 CCNA   

•Four eight week courses-day or evening classes
•Tuition - $660.00 per course
•CCNA Certification testing available on campus

 CNT-445 Cisco Networking (CCNA) 1:    Introduction to Cisco Networking  4.5CEUs  (formerly CNT 309)

This is the first of a four course sequence preparing for the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification. Topics will include: OSi and TCP/IP models, Ethernet concepts and operation; TCP and UDP protocols and ports; network design using IPv4 and IPv6 subnets; router and switch configuration. Meets concurrently with credit course INT-1450. Call Prince George's Community College bookstore for textbook requirements    

 15 sessions, $660* (includes a $220 lab fee)  

89292      TTH      1/21-3/16      5:30-9:30 p.m.    CAT 323

89293     MW      1/21-3/16     5:30-9:30 p.m.      CAT 303

89291      TTH      1/21-3/16        1-5 p.m.            CAT 323          

CNT-446  Cisco Networking (CCNA) 2:    Routing and Switching Essentials     4.5 CEUs  (formerly CNT 310)   

 This is the second of a four course sequence preparing for Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certificaiton.  Topics include switch configuration and security, virtual LANs (VLANs) and trunking; single-area OSPF routing; static routes; access control lists; Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP); Network Address Translation (NAT)  Prerequisites: CNT-309 or CNT 445.   Meets concurrently with credit course INT-1460. Call Prince George's Community College bookstore for textbook requirements 

 15 sessions, $660* (includes a $220 lab fee)   

81940       MW       10/20 - 12/10       1-5            p.m.              CAT 323     

81941       MW       10/20 - 12/10       5:30-9:30 p.m.              CAT 323

 81942        MW      10/20 - 12/10       5:30-9:30 p.m.             CAT 323

87454        MW       3/18/-5/11            1--5          p.m.             CAT 303

87455        MW      3/18-5/11              5:30-9:30 p.m.             CAT 303

87456       MW      3/18-5/11             5:30-9:30 p.m.               CAT 303

 

CNT-447 Cisco Networking (CCNA) 3: Scaling Netowrks  4.5CEUs   (formerly CNT 311)

This is the third of a four-course sequence leading to Cisco CCNA certification. Topics will include design, configuration, and troubleshooting of large networks.Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) and EtherChannel; routing for large IPv4 and IPv6 networks using EIGRP and multi-area OSPF.   Prerequisite: CNT-310  or CNT 446. Meets concurrently with credit course INT-2450.  Call Prince George's Community College bookstore for textbook requirements 

 15 sessions, $660* (includes a $220 lab fee)

87454  MW      1/20-3/10       1-5 p.m.               CAT 323    

87455  MW      1/20-3/10       5:30-9:30 p.m.     CAT 323

CNT-448 Cisco Networking (CCNA) 4: Connecting Networks   4.5CEUs    (formerly CNT 312)

 This is the final course in a four-course sequence leading to Cisco CCNA certification. Topics will include design, configuration, and troubleshooting of wide area networks using PPP and rame relay protocols; configuring Virtual Private Networks (VPNs); implementing network monitorin.  Prerequisite: CNT-311 or CNT 447. Meets concurrently with credit course INT-2460. Call Prince George's Community College bookstore for textbook requirements   

 15 sessions, $660* (includes a $220 lab fee)

81945      TTH       10/16 - 12/11       1 - 5 p.m.               CAT 323

81946      TTH      10/16 - 12/11       5:30-9:30 p.m.        CAT 323
 
87557     TTH      3/12-5/7                 1 - 5   p.m.             CAT 323

88345     TTH      3/12-5/7                5:30-9:30 p.m.        CAT 323
 

 CompTIA Network+   

•Tuition-$370.00
•Discount vouchers for certification testing

DPR-735 CompTIA Network+ Certification Preparation                       5.0 CEUs  

 This course will cover the installation and operation of computer networks from the hardware, rather than the administrative standpoint. Students will build and test working networks and associated wiring.  Helps prepare students for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam. Meets concurrently with credit course INT-1550. Call Prince George's Community College bookstore for textbook requirements.  

 15 sessions, $370* (includes a $135 lab fee)  

Fall Courses

89297  M    1/26-5/11    6:00-9:30 p.m.     CAT 315

89296 M     1/26-5/11    1:00-4:30 p.m.     CAT 315

89298 MW 1/26-5/11   10:00-11:45 a.m.  CAT 315

89299 S      1/26-5/11   19:00-12:30 P.M.   CAT 315