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Professional Development

Note that since our courses are non-academic/non-credit, they cannot be applied toward any degree program requirements.

 

Engineering Anywhere’s technical and engineering professional development courses can help you further your understanding of computer networks, utilize current technology, and increase your skill set regardless of your level of expertise. By teaching you to master popular applications and hone your technical skills, our curriculum prepares you for industry standard certificate examinations while providing you with a large platform for further professional development. 

Our instructors bring their real-world experiences from their field into the classroom. With their relevant and current knowledge of industry practices and networking, you will not only garner a greater understanding of your field, but also how to apply both the hard and soft skills you acquire in class to your own real-world experiences.  With skills that are directly applicable to your career, our engineering professional development courses will help you build a foundation for growth and upward mobility throughout your current employment and the rest of your career. 

Please view the course description for delivery method of each course.

Upon completion of your course, you will be awarded a certificate. Non-credit courses do not use a letter grade system; rather, one of three grades – Satisfactory (S), Unsatisfactory (U), and No Credit (NC) – will be assigned. An NC grade is used for those taking a course purely for professional development and who do not need to be assessed for the purpose of tuition reimbursement or receiving credit for Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Professional Development Enrollment Process

Course Offerings

Professional Development Courses
Title Type Instructor(s)
CACI 8001: Introduction to Cisco Networking: CCNA Distance Only Jose Santos
CACI 8011: Networking Special Topics - Advanced Networking Distance Only Jose Santos
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