* Designates upcoming class dates listed
In this 18-week, Back End Software Development camp, students take three courses to learn the skills and technologies necessary to enter the industry as a Back End Software Developer: Introduction to Java, Relational Databases with MySQL, and Web API Design with Spring Boot. Skills and technologies learned include Java 1.8, Algorithms, OOP, Design Patterns, Unit Testing, SQL, DDL, DML, Database Concepts, JDBC, Spring Boot, Spring Data, REST, JPA, JWT, AWS, and more.
Take our assessment and learn more information. The assessment is free and optional for anyone interested in this program.
LIVE Online - Sept. 15, 2020-Feb. 2, 2021
No prerequisites required
Begin preparing for a networking career with this introduction to how networks operate. This first course in the three-course CCNA series introduces architectures, models, protocols, and networking elements - functions needed to support the operations and priorities of Fortune 500 companies to small innovative retailers. You'll even get the chance to build simple local area networks (LANs) yourself. You'll have a working knowledge of IP addressing schemes, foundational network security, and be able to perform basic configurations for routers and switches.
Prerequisite: CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks or equivalent knowledge
Delve further into the world of networking with the second CCNA course in a three-course series. This course focuses on switching technologies and router operations that support small-to-medium business networks, including wireless local area networks (WLAN) and security concepts. You'll perform basic network configuration and troubleshooting, identify and mitigate LAN security threats, and configure and secure a basic WLAN.
Please check back!
Prerequisite: CCNA 2: Switching, Routing & Wireless Essentials or possessing equivalent knowledge
Large enterprises depend heavily on the smooth operation of their network infrastructures. This is why networking professionals are vital to every organization and those with networking skills can land a great job and set their sights on a rewarding career! This third course in the three-course CCNA series describes the architectures and considerations related to designing, securing, operating, and troubleshooting enterprise networks. It covers wide area network (WAN) technologies and quality of service (QoS) mechanisms used for secure remote access along with the introduction of software-defined networking, virtualization, and automation concepts that support the digitalization of networks.
The A+ course prepares an individual for both of the A+ certification exams. The exams are designed to certify the competency of entry-level service technicians, and the A+ certification signifies that the certified individual possesses the knowledge, skills and customer relations attributes necessary to be a successful computer technician. The A+ course covers a broad range of hardware and software technologies (not related to any vendor-specific products). Core 1 covers material for exam 220-1001. Core 2 covers material for exam 220-1002.
The N+ course prepares an individual for the N+ certification exam. The intermediate level certification is designed to certify the knowledge of networking technicians with at least nine months of experience in the IT industry. The course covers a wide range of vendor and product-neutral networking technologies, including network cables and devices; networking operations systems; and network design, implementation, and maintenance.
This class is taught from official CompTIA material by certified instructors. Required book is available at the SCC Campus Store. (3.5 CEUs) Cost for the certification exam (N10-006) is separate and exam can be scheduled through the testing center.
CompTIA Security+ is for those whose job responsibilities include securing network services, devices and traffic. This course will prepare students for the CompTIA Security+ certification exam (SY0-501). Topics include knowledge of and professional experience with security fundamentals, networks and organizational security as well as skills required to implement basic security services on any time of computer network.
Take our assessment and learn more information.
We are all “virtual neighbors” in cyberspace, and what we do, or don’t do, can affect many others. The Nebraska Cyber Security Conference will assist in raising our awareness of cyber security and help in protecting all of us in cyberspace. If we each do our part, we can collectively have a positive impact on Nebraska’s secure resources.
ways to register:
August-December 2020 Workforce Solutions Schedule
Send mail to:
Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S. 68th Street Place
Lincoln, NE 68510-2449
Print a Non-credit Courses Registration Form
Send via fax to:
Get Driving Directions
Your Path to Personal & Professional Development