Im pretty good with computers.TB RACING said:It basically teaches you the network world thru Cisco's eyes.
Your 1st semester is pretty much an overview of networking in general. After that you learn switches, then routers, and before you know it you're setting up frame relay networks and talking all about fancy protocols like you were born with it.
Its a great course to take if you have any interest in the IT field. However you really have to stay with it. Its tough for people comming in with no outside knowledge.
I'm almost a CCNP (thats the second level of cisco certification after your CCNA)
I've taken 7 semesters of the crap
Should I go for web design instead?TB RACING said:eh, cisco doesnt require too much computer knowledge really,
mainly it trains you to use their equipment and you just happen to learn other stuff by chance because you need to know how it works
you'll learn all about networking and the internet and crap, however you'll probably take very little out on anything about computers themselves
TB RACING said:every semester is online
however its the labs you do in class that will teach you stuff,
if you want to pass the tests, read read and read some more.
if you want to learn anything, spend lots of time experimenting in the labs