Lakeland's Cisco networking technology program was designed to fill the need for competent engineering technicians who have a broad background in mathematics, physics, technical communications, electronics, digital electronics, and PC operating systems specializing in Cisco, Microsoft or CAD/CAM systems.

This program emphasizes basic knowledge and laboratory skills in electric circuits, analog/digital electronics, micro controllers, digital communications, fabrications, advanced microprocessors, PC networks, and application programming in science and technology.


The additional training Lakeland offers will result in graduating engineering technicians who can meet the specialized communications needs of today's service and manufacturing industries. Graduates will be able to design, install, operate, and trouble-shoot PCs, as well as the physical layer of a network or a digital communications system. Graduates will meet requirements to work as PC technicians, network technicians, digital communications equipment technicians, network service technicians, and installation technicians. With the proper mix of basic courses and technical courses, this program will prepare students to meet the communications needs of the industrial sector and provide the graduate with the option to continue at a four-year institution.


Layce Artman I graduated with my associate degree from Lakeland while at the same time graduating as Valedictorian from high school. I plan to attend the Holden University Center to complete my bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Layce Artman College Credit Plus

Michelle Timms One thing I really love about Lakeland and being in the honors program is that the teachers have small classes and they are very devoted to their students. My friends at four-year institutions are taking the same intro classes that I am, but in large lecture halls with a lot more students. Michelle Timms Associate of Arts

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