HANOVER, Nova Scotia, Dec. 13, 2018 – For students studying in the Halifax Internetworks, an engineering degree is the only path to a job.
That’s why students who have earned a master’s degree in computer science or an engineering or computer science degree in their home country will be able to complete the apprenticeship in Nova Scotia.
The apprenticeship is available for three years and is a part of the College of Engineering’s master’s program in Internetworking Engineering.
For more information on the program, visit cisco.com/cisco-certified-internetworking-models.
“Cisco Certified Internetworking Models” offer the opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in networking technology.
Students will get hands-on experience with the Cisco IOS and Cisco IIS operating systems, including how to install and configure the networking devices that can be used in the workplace.
As a part-time position, students work with their instructors and earn the certifications they need to start working in a company.
To learn more about Cisco’s certification programs, visit www.cisco.net.
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