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ADVANCED NETWORK AND CYBER CONCEPTS

WEIGHTED: 0.666
Grade: 11-12

Credits: 1.5 units
Dual Credit: UCM NET 1061, 2060 (6 credits available to eligible students)

PREREQUISITE: DevSecOps with a B- or higher or teacher recommendation; GPA: 2.5 cumulative or higher; Attendance: 90%
or higher; Math: Algebra I, B- or higher; Reading/Writing: 10th grade level; Other requirement: Keyboarding, minimum 30 WPM;
and a fully functional laptop or desktop system (i.e. not a Chromebook or Mac).
Recommended: One of the following courses: PLTW computer Science Essentials OR PLTW Computer Science Principles OR
Computer Hardware and Operating Systems I (offered in a traditional format or through R7 Online.

This course provides a comprehensive, theoretical, and practical approach to learning the technologies and protocols needed to
design, implement, and secure enterprise and wide area networks. This includes functionality, configuration, and troubleshooting
of inter-VLAN routing, VLANs, WLANs as well as wide area networking technologies. This course encompasses 2 additional
college classes (6 college credits) in order to prepare the student for the Cisco Certified Network Technician certification exam.
Students interested in the MIC CyberSecurity early bachelor degree program should enroll in this course after completing
DevSecOps.