Honors Cisco Academy

This is a Cisco Systems Certified Program.

The Cisco Networking Academy program is a comprehensive e-learning program that provides students with the internet technology skills essential in a global economy. Students in the Cisco academy will learn conceptual and technical skills needed to design, install, operate and maintain state of the art computer networks.  Curriculum is delivered in multiple languages. Theory, component recognition, router configuration, and cabling techniques and design experiences are offered to students.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES exist in fields such as cyber security expert, cyber forensic analyst, and network security officer.

Associated Certification Available:


Level One: H-Cisco Academy 2 Credit 2 Semester
Level Two: H-Cisco AcademyTechnical Math 3 Credits1 Credit 2 Semesters
Optional Third Year Work Based Learning 4 Credits 2 Semesters


Level 1


Level 2


AACC Proficiency Credit:

CTS 130 Networking 1 = AACPS Introduction to Networks 4 Credits
CTS 131 Networking 2 = AACPS Routing and Switching Essentials 4 Credits
CTS 230 Networking 3 = AACPS Scaling Networks 4 Credits
CTS 231 Networking 4 = AACPS Connecting Networks 4 Credits

AACC will allow a maximum of 15 proficiency credits to be used to meet program graduation requirements.  The 15 credit limit is a limit imposed by COMAR and applies to the number of credit by exams a student can use toward graduation. It only affects graduation requirements and does not affect the ability for the students to use those courses toward prerequisites for other courses.

 Thus, students could potentially earn 16 proficiency credits for our Networking 1, 2, 3, and 4 courses.  If they came to AACC and sought completion of a degree that required these 4 networking courses, he/she would not have to repeat the Networking 4 course; however, the college will only count 15 of those credits toward graduation credits.  If an additional credit was needed to meet program graduation credit requirements, the student would have to pick it up somewhere else at the college.

Except for requesting proficiency credit for ALL networking courses (CTS 130, 131, 230, and 233), students should request proficiency credit for AACC courses totaling no more than 15 credits

Anne Arundel Community College Program Pathways