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Professional Certificate in IP Network Essentials

The Professional Certificate in IP Network Essentials is designed to provide students with sufficient core knowledge in Internet Protocol technologies that postures them for success in the internetworking arena. This program is offered through distance education. Online lab coursework and simulators build core knowledge and competencies to enhance practical knowledge and application.
You will gain solid knowledge, skill and ability applicable in a wide range of internetwork production environments to include the predominant Cisco internetworking arena. You will earn credits towards the completion of a degree program and will be prepared for industry renowned certifications as you complete courses that form this professional certificate.

Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program you will be able to:
  • Understand the role and impact of the OSI reference model and TCP/IP on internetwork operations
  • Differentiate important aspects of Layer 2 switching and Layer 3 routing in a small enterprise network
  • Configure and verify internetwork device parameters using global configuration and show commands

  • Requirements
    The Professional Certificate in IP Network Essentials requires students to complete the 3 courses listed in the Table below.
    Please refer to the College Catalog for more detailed information.
    APT College Credit Evaluation Committee will evaluate all applicable transfer credit and work experience toward the degree program.

    Courses

    This course provides a survey of the fundamentals of data communications and networks. It begins with a look at important aspects of data communications, data networks, and the Internet along with key facets of protocol architectures, TCP/IP, and Internet-Based applications. The concepts and terminology centered on data transmission, transmission media, signaling encoding techniques, and error detection/correction are also covered. The course wraps-up with a look at the value of data link control protocols and multiplexing in data communications and networks today. Multimedia content and interactive simulations are used throughout to reinforce course concepts.

    Credits: 4.00

    Industry Certifications: 

    Modality: TEL104 is available in asynchronous online and blended (in-class and webcast) modality formats with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

    If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
    This is the first course in a three part series that prepares the student for the CCENT/CCNA ICND1 certification exam. This course begins by discussing the purpose, role, and basic operations of the OSI and TCP/IP models and surveys Ethernet and other key technologies that enable local and wide area networks. The course continues with a detailed review of the classful IPv4 address and the end to end routing process. The course also takes a comprehensive look at the variety of ways the command line interface can be leveraged to navigate common switch configuration modes to manage the internetwork operating system. The course wraps-up with a review of key factors that impact the configuration and management of local area networks, the creation of virtual local area networks, and a methodical process that should be considered when analyzing, troubleshooting, and resolving problems in a Layer 2 environment.

    Credits: 4.00

    Industry Certifications: Upon completion of the 3 course series (TEL108, TEL109, and TEL110) and with additional study and preparation, students are postured for the CCENT/CCNA ICND1 Exam. *APT does not proctor this exam. Students must register with Pearson VUE for testing.* **Exam Fees for this certification are not included in your tuition costs**

    Modality: TEL108 is available in asynchronous online and blended (in-class and webcast) modality formats with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

    If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
    This is the second course in a three part series that prepares the student for the CCENT/CCNA ICND1 certification exam. This course begins with a subnetting definition, differentiates the five IPv4 address classes, and explains Class A, B, and C address formats. Conversion of binary, prefix, and dotted decimal formatted subnet masks and the classless and classful views of IP addressing are also discussed. The course also takes a look at the rules that enable efficient subnet deployment and offers binary and dotted decimal approaches to identify subnet identifiers, host ranges, and broadcast addresses. Physical router installation factors are discussed along with the steps needed to enable IPv4 support on Layer 2 and Layer 3 devices. The course further reviews the end to end routing process, how connected, static, and interVLAN routing is enabled, and key features of interior, exterior, and Routing Information Protocol version 2 (RIPv2) routing protocols. The course wraps-up with a look at the role Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name Service (DNS), and the default router plays in the local area network and offers tips on analyzing, troubleshooting, and resolving host connectivity problems in the network.

    Credits: 4.00

    Industry Certifications: Upon completion of the 3 course series (TEL108, TEL109, and TEL110) and with additional study and preparation, students are postured for the Cisco ICND1 Exam. *APT does not proctor this exam. Students must register with Pearson VUE for testing.* **Exam Fees for this certification are not included in your tuition costs**

    Modality: TEL109 is available in asynchronous online and blended (in-class and webcast) modality formats with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

    If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form

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