Cisco Networking Academy Version 7 CCNA Curriculum Available Online At Cuyamaca College
Cuyamaca College is located in East County San Diego, but now hosting Cisco Networking Classes 100% online due to COVID-19. All three Cisco Networking Academy CCNA classes are being offered in the fall semester beginning August 17:
CIS-201-3192 CCNAv7 Introduction To Networks (ITN) meets Monday evenings at 6pm
CIS-202-3191 CCNAv7 Switching, Wireless, and Routing Essentials (SWRE) meets Tuesday evenings at 6pm
CIS-203-8858 CCNAv7 Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation (ENSA) meets Thursday evenings at 6pm
The content of the three classes above map to the topics for the new CCNA 200-301 exam released February 24, 2020. CIS-203-8858 (ENSA) is recommended for experienced networking professionals to renew or update their CCNA skills and learn what's new in the Version 7 curriculum while preparing for the CCNA 200-301 exam.
At Cuyamaca, we understand addressing challenging scenarios on real equipment builds proficiency. That's why our students have 24/7 access to our virtualized NETLAB environment with real Cisco devices. These are blue boxes you can poke a screwdriver at, not cheap emulators, accessible online. NETLAB directly supports both individual lab exercises and team collaboration. The virtual online classroom will be presented from Cisco's own Canvas learning management system located at netacad.com. Zoom will be used for class meetings, lectures, and faculty office hours.
For most California residents (one year minimum), these classes cost approximately $170 each. Optional hardcopy textbooks have recently become available for the CCNA Version 7 curriculum at extra cost. See ciscopress.com for details.
Please visit cuyamaca.edu or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or enrollment assistance. Class sizes are limited. Registration is first come first served at https://wa.gcccd.edu.