Degree and Certificates Awarded
Creating Opportunities: Meet Gak
Aguer Kuir Gak K. came to the United States from South Sudan with a vision: Acquire the skills he needed to return home and help his country. Gak became one of the best students in the Cisco Computer Networking program and plans to build the first Cisco Academy in South Sudan someday. Read Gak's success story.
Cisco Systems is the world leader in networking for the internet. Cisco networking technicians and professionals design, build, maintain and troubleshoot computer network systems. Graduates can work anywhere computer networks are used (LANs or WANs). These include corporations, offices, banks, hospitals, schools and all levels of government.
Certification is the key to this field. The more credentials the better. Our certificates and degrees prepare you to pass Cisco certification exams for network associate (CCNA), network professional (CCNP) or network associate-security (CCNA-Security). The associate's degree includes certification courses as well as other computer and gen ed courses for transfer.
CCNA is the foundation certificate. CCNP builds on that with more complex network
configurations, diagnosis and troubleshooting. "Security" adds core security skills
to CCNA. To learn more about CCNA, CCNP and CCNA security: Cisco Course Catalog
What You'll Learn
You will learn to design, build, maintain and troubleshoot computer network systems anywhere they are used, including corporations, offices, banks, hospitals, schools and government businesses.
What You'll Do and Where You'll Work
You can work as a network administrator, network security administrator, information
systems manager, computer network architect and much more. Our alumni work for the
City of Kansas City, Sprint, DST, Optiv, Cerner, AT&T and many more businesses.
What You'll Make
The average national median wage is $60,000 per year, with an entry-level salary of
about $40,000. This is a field with a high job growth rate of more than 20 percent.
Apply and enroll now and connect to your future!
CompTIA A+ CertificationMCC-Business & Technology offers CompTIA A+ Certification training that combines two three-credit-hour courses (CSIS 111 and CSIS 151) as co-requisite courses for a total of six college credit hours. Students gain knowledge and skills necessary to prepare them for the CompTIA A+ 220-801 and 220-802 or 220-901 and 220-902. The two courses are taught through MCC’s Cisco Academy using the IT Essentials (ITE) curriculum that emphasizes practical experience to help students develop fundamental computer and career skills.
ITE helps students prepare for entry-level career opportunities in IT and for the CompTIA A+ certification exam. The course also provides a learning pathway to Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching, Linux Essentials and Introduction to the Internet of Everything (IoE).
MCC-Business & Technology offers these courses each semester. Summer courses are offered Monday through Thursday evenings from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., and the fall and spring courses are offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.