This program offers comprehensive associate-level training and certification focused on the technologies students need to implement and administer networking and IT infrastructure.
CCNA certification requires one exam, 200-301 Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). This exam covers a broad range of fundamentals you need for any direction students want to go. This MedCerts program will help students prepare to pass the exam, with hands-on lab practice for real-world job skills.
Completing the training course not only prepares students for the exam; it also earns students:
A Level 200 training badge. Training badges broadcast specific skills and learning outcomes that employers care about.
30 Continuing Education (CE) credits, which students can use to recertify your CCNA. Students can also recertify by retaking the exam.
MedCerts training programs are some of the most competitively price ways to start a new career.
|MedCerts||Community College||Online College|
|Program & Tuition Cost||$4,000 average||Up to $20,000||$3,000 average|
|Exam Fees, Books & Materials||Included||Up to $750||Up to $750|
|Job Ready In||3–6 months||24–48 months||3–6 months|
|Schedule Flexibility||On-demand 24/7||Set class schedule||On-demand 24/7|
|Travel Requirements||None: 100% online||On-campus classrooms||None: 100% online|
|Student Support||Personal Advisors: text, call, and email access||Professors: scheduled office hours||Support inbox|
|Career Coaching||Exam-tailor + soft-skill training to build well-rounded careers||Exam-based + prerequisites and electives to meet credit hour requirements||Exam-specific only|
|Content Delivery||3D animations, immersive environments, interactive activities, game-based learning||Professor lectures||Varies: typically videos and presentations|
This table is provided for reference only. Actual pricing may vary or change without notice. Pricing is based on an estimated full-cost tuition with fees for a Medical Assistant program or similar program before financial aid or other assistance. Data sampled from MedCerts, Oakland Community College, and Kaplan University.
A Cybersecurity Specialist works on monitoring, controlling, and maintaining systems that protect the security of large databases, including databases with customer information and patient files. They may work on examination of client computer systems, identification of weak points in security, development and implementation of new systems, and monitoring and response to security issues.
Responsible for planning, coordinating and overseeing the computer-related projects and tasks within the organization they work for. They sometimes help define the goals and targets of that organization, IT-wise, and help their place of employment attain those goals via the projects they implement.