As computers grow in complexity and their applications expand, so does the need for qualified individuals to work with them. Technicians who can properly install and upgrade computer systems, as well as troubleshoot hardware and operating system problems are in ever increasing demand. Students enrolled in the Cisco Network Engineer program will be trained to install, repair, and troubleshoot computer hardware components and systems as well as set up, configure, and support network infrastructure. Students will be able to act as the liaison for user concerns and needs and to act as representatives for information Technology (IT) departments.
Skills that will be important in this program are knowledge of computer hardware, operating systems, computer components, systems and networks interoperability. Students will also develop critical problem-solving techniques, in addition to both written and verbal communication skills that will then enable them as professionals to meet user needs more effectively.
The Information Technology Academy’s Cisco Network Engineer track prepares students to become productive members of the IT Workforce supporting Cisco and other networking environments. When students complete these courses, and pass their respective certifications, they will be employable in roles ranging from Help Desk Technicians to Mid-Level Network Engineers. The skills learned in these courses, plus the experience gained through the hands-on training method will make graduates of the program ideal employment candidates in Information Technology.
Our Information Technology Network Engineer program prepares its graduates for career-track jobs in the emerging Information Technology Network Engineer, information assurance/security fields. Students will be educated in the technical aspects of Information Technology Network Engineer systems and will be prepared to assume responsibility for the management, operation, and oversight of these systems. Graduates will be actively recruited by federal, state and local governments, the private sector and government contractors.