Cisco Systems, Inc. is one of the world’s leading technology corporations that designs and sells consumer electronics, networking, voice and communications technology and services. Westwood College’s relationship with Cisco Systems, Inc. spans more than a decade.
All Westwood College physical locations are Cisco Networking Academies (Westwood College - Online is not included). The Cisco Networking Academy® program provides the resources necessary for Westwood students to develop practical skills that will help them earn Cisco certification exams and improve their career prospects.
Cisco offers five levels of certification: Entry, Associate, Professional, Expert and Architect. Within these levels there are a variety of tracks including Routing and Switching, Network Security and Service Provider, Voice and Wireless, along with many others.
Many of Westwood College’s information technology programs help students prepare for Cisco professional certifications. These include Information Technology: Associate of Occupational Studies Degree, Information and Network Technologies, Information and Network Technologies: Major in Network Management, Information and Network Technologies: Major in Systems Security and Information and Network Technologies: Major in Cisco Network Systems — each providing the building blocks of success in this important sector.
Westwood College also hosts and pays for a Cisco Certified Network Associate® (CCNA) Exam Review Session and the CCNA exam fee for eligible Information and Network Technologies majors. For more information on eligibility, click here.