Dallas College offers Cisco training to start your career in computer networking.

Learn More About the Cisco Program

Cisco training is the beginning of a career in network management, building the skills you need to thrive in networking jobs. Students learn how to design, build and secure intelligent networks, while developing other skills like leadership and collaboration. Soon after graduation, many of our alumni work as network engineers, designers, or administrators.

This program prepares you for the Cisco Certification exams. Students who take and pass the exams are certified as Networking Associates or Networking Professionals by Cisco.

​CCNA Routing and Switching Training (CE Skills Award)

In our Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) course, you'll develop a working knowledge of routing, switching, network applications, protocols and services.

Courses Required:

  • ITCC 1014 - CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks
  • ITCC 1044 - CCNA 2: Routing & Switching Essentials
  • ITCC 2020 - CCNA 3: Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation

CCNP Routing and Switching (CE Skills Award)

Our Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) program will examine complex networking concepts using troubleshooting tools and more sophisticated configurations. Upon completion of each course, the student will have acquired skills needed to prepare for certification exams
to become a Cisco Certified Network Professional.​​

Courses Required:

  • ITCC 2030 CCNP Enterprise: Core Networking 
  • ITCC 2035 CCNP Enterprise: Advanced Routing​

​​​​​​​Important: Check the CE schedule​ to verify if and when the class is currently being offered.

How To Search​:

  • ​View the CE schedule.​​
  • Select the semester you wish to register for.
  • Select the prefix of your desired course (example: HRPO).
  • Results for the course numbers, sections and times will be displayed for that semester.​​

Need Help? Submit a ​Career Connected Learning Interest Form


HB 1508 Notice

This program may lead to an occupational license for which a prior criminal history may make a student ineligible. 

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