CISCO Networking I & II
Prerequisite: Computer Applications, Computer Tech. or instructor permission
Credit: 1.5
Grade Level: 11-12

Course provides concurrent credit opportunities with Hutchinson Community College

A strong background in computers or electricity or electronics is necessary for this class. Computer networking is a skill that is in high demand in the current high tech society. Students will learn skills in terminating and routing CAT 5 or higher communications lines. Students will learn theory and designs of LANs and WANs, installation of communication cards, addressing protocols, and router and hub configurations. This class is the first in a series of classes to an earned certificate in Cisco Networking and This class may be taken for college credit. This course is designed in part to prepare students for admission to a university.