|Course Title||Course Number||Semester Taken||Credits||Prerequisites|
|Applications/Concepts or PC Hardware and Software||CIT110 or CIT182*||3||ESL098 or RDG095|
|Introduction to Networking||CIT162**||3||CIT110 or CIT113 or CIT120 or Chair approval|
|Routers and Routing Basics||CIT167***||3||CIT162|
|Switching Basics & Intermediate Routing||CIT267****||3||CIT167|
|Health Information Networking||CIT277******||3||CIT167|
|CISCO CCNA Security||CIT279*******||3||CIT167|
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*Note: CIT182 is the equivalent to Cisco's IT Essentials - A+
**Note: CIT162 is the equivalent to Cisco's CCNA R and S Semester 1
***Note: CIT167 is the equivalent to Cisco's CCNA R and S Semester 2
****Note: CIT267 is the equivalent to Cisco's CCNA R and S Semester 3
*****Note: CIT274 is the equivalent to Cisco's CCNA R and S Semester 4
******Note: CIT277 is the equivalent to Cisco's Health information Networking
*******Note: CIT279 is the equivalent to Cisco's CCNA Security
In addition to the BHCC CCNA R and S (Cisco Certified networking Associate - Routing and Switching) certificate courses, students earn an advanced BHCC Cisco networking certificate. Students will enhance their core routing and switching skills and gain the networking and security skills needed to work in industry and the health care fields. The Health Information Networking certificate program is designed for students who hope to expand their networking skills with healthcare information and communication technology (ICT) and for students seeking career-oriented, entry-level networking and security specialist skills.
The Health Information Networking Program helps students prepare for entry-level specialized ICT and networking careers in the healthcare industry, including network administrator and health network technician, careers in physician offices and hospitals, and with third-party contractors and healthcare providers. Students also gain the knowledge and skills needed to prepare for entry-level security specialist careers and networking careers in industry and will be prepared to take multiple industry certificate exams.
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