COURSE OUTLINE

101 IoT Introduction to IoT

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Course Hours – 27    

Full-Time Attendance Weeks – 3 

Part-Time Attendance Weeks – 6


Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT) provides an overview of the concepts and opportunities in the Digital Transformation.  It introduces the concept of a networked foundation connecting billions of things and trillions of gigabytes of data to enhance decision making and interactions.



Requirements and Prerequisites: None



Course Overview

Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT) provides students a sample of emerging technologies such as data analytics, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. It also introduces how to connect and secure popular smart devices, such as digital voice assistants, thermostats, video doorbells with ease. Students enrolled in this course will:


Discover technical details of IoT devices driving automation.


Apply basic programming to support installation of IoT devices. 


Understand how data provides value to automation in the digitized world.


Create, design, and prototype an IoT solution for an identified business or society need.


Discover opportunities provided by IoT.


Meet Cisco Systems employees as mentors


Write resume for desired career pathway and enroll into Cisco dedicated job board

102 CYB Introduction to Cybersecurity

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Course Hours – 27  

Full-Time Attendance Weeks – 3

Part-Time Attendance Weeks – 6

 

The demand for cybersecurity professionals has grown 3 times faster than any other IT job role and training a cybersecurity workforce is a priority of many governments and organizations. The regular attempts and occurrence of cyber attacks has fueled the tremendous demand for professionals with cybersecurity skills.



Requirements and Prerequisites:

Introduction to IoT 


Course Overview

Introduction to Cybersecurity introduces students to characteristics of cybercrime, security principles, technologies, and procedures to defend networks. Students enrolled in this course will:




Learn procedures to implement data confidentiality, integrity, availability and security controls 


Management and Maintenance of networks, servers and applications.


Understand security principles and how to develop security policies that comply with cybersecurity laws.


Learn critical thinking skills to Out-Think a HackerTM


Learn technical writing skills to write emails, reports etc.


Complete data breach capstone

Learn to write Federal resume for Department of Defense jobs

201 NET Introduction to Networks

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Course Hours – 81  

Full-Time Attendance Weeks – 9

Part-Time Attendance Weeks – 18


Introduction to Networks introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. 




Requirements and Prerequisites:

Introduction to IoT                                   

Introduction to Cybersecurity 



Course Overview

Introduction to Networks provides the principles and structures of IP addressing, the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations, to build a small internet network.  By the end of the course, students will be able to:



Build simple small-to-medium sized business network. 


Perform basic programming configurations for routers and switches. 


Design an IP addressing scheme for a small-to-medium sized business network.


Implement basic network connectivity between devices.


Configure monitoring tools available for small-to-medium sized business networks.


Learn how to prepare for IT employment test 

202 RSE Routing & Switching Essentials

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Course Hours – 63 

Full-Time Attendance Weeks – 7

Part-Time Attendance Weeks – 14


Routing and Switching Essentials (RSE) covers the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small-to-medium sized network. Students learn how to configure multiple routers and switches for full connectivity.



Requirements and Prerequisites:

Introduction to IoT                   

Introduction to Cybersecurity                  

Introduction to Networks


Course Overview

Routing & Switching Essentials (RSE) course is focused on troubleshooting, diagnosing and resolving connectivity issues in small -to-medium sized networks. By the end of the course students will be able to:



Configure monitoring tools available for small to medium-sized business networks. 


Use monitoring tools and network management protocols to troubleshoot data networks.


Resolve router and switch issues common in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. 


Perform device discovery, management and maintenance of small to medium-sized business networks


Learn how to prepare for IT employment test 


Learn how to prepare for technical interviews

   

Students will be prepared to master the (CCENT®) exams --- 


Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (100-105) 

45-55 questions 


Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (200-105) 

45-55 questions

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