Cisco Training

Your introduction into the Computer Networking and Security Specialist program begins with your Cisco education the very first day of classes. Vincennes University partnership with Cisco allows us to train students on the latest Cisco curriculum and hardware. You will start your networking training on official Cisco instructor-led online curriculum that can be accessed from the classroom, library, dorm room, and even from home.

This will give you ample opportunity to learn the theory needed to start working with the many Cisco routers, switches, and other connection devices located in our Cisco classroom.  This hands-on training and curriculum is designed to facilitate your learning of Cisco network systems and help you prepare to take the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) exam. This is an industry-recognized exam highly desired by employers in the computer-networking field.

If you are a student currently enrolled in the Cisco Network Academy program at your school, ask your instructor how you can receive Vincennes University college credits for completing the coursework. By receiving credit for the coursework you've completed you could possibly start directly in our advanced Cisco classes to continue your network training.

An example of the areas that will be covered are:

  • TCP/IP addressing and implementation
  • Access Control and Security
  • Router and Switch configuration
  • Basic and advanced network theory such as:
    Port Aggregation
    Multi Area OSPF
    Spanning Tree Protocols
    Encrypted VPN’s
    Frame Relay

For information about the Cisco Networking Academy Program contact: Paul Vonderwell
Instructor of Electronics and Cisco Networking, Department Chair of Electronics Department
Phone: 812-888-4192
E-Mail Paul Vonderwell