Cisco Networking Academy

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What degree options are available?

Take a look at the degree, technical diploma and certificate options available on the Information Technology Pathways page.


Can you tell me more about the graduates of your program?

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College conducts an annual Graduate Follow-up Study. This study covers the number of graduates, employment status, salary and more!


Where do your students find employment?

Froedert Memorial Hospital, Bellen Hospital, Schneider National, Wisconsin Public Service, Green Bay Metro Sewerage District, Tickets.com, Infinity Technologies, Sparknet, Netnet, Global Crossing, Northeast Wisconsin Public and Private School Districts, and more!


What is the associate degree program like?

To learn more about the program description, requirements, employment potential, etc, please take a few minutes to read the Network Specialist Program Brochure.


How do you decide what to include in your courses?

The decisions are based on the recommendations of an advisory committee. This committee is made up of industry professionals that work for, or own, local businesses.


Can I take an advanced class without worrying about pre-requisites?

Some individuals just want to brush up on their skills or learn new ones. Therefore, we removed all pre-requisite courses and replaced them with requisite skills. Review our Course Skill Requirements page to find out if you have the skills to complete any of our courses.


How much is this going to cost me?

To learn more about tuition, please read the program fees page.


Is financial aid available?

To learn more about the ways you can pay for college visit our financial aid page. There may also be scholarships available to you.


What resources are available to help students succeed?

The Network Specialist Program has a dedicated Academic Advisor who is available to help you with any issues that may arise. You may also contact the Accommodation Services Office for more information regarding the support services available.


When can I start?

Full semester classes begin late August and early January. Other classes may begin any time during the year. For more information you can e-mail our Academic Advisor or call 920-498-5580.


Ready to become a Network Specialist?

You can Apply Online.