LAST June 29, the first batch of the Cisco Networking Academy Program’s (CNAP) participants graduated at the Engineering audio-visual room.

The 23 graduates are mostly composed of UST Electronics and Communications Engineering students and professors, UST alumni, non-academic personnel and professionals.

Launched in UST in September 2000, the CNAP teaches valuable internet technology skills, including networking, web site design, information technology (IT) essentials, cabling, Java, and Unix, an operating system equivalent to Microsoft’s Windows.

The CNAP curriculum covers a broad range of topics from building a network to creating a web site and more complex IT concepts such as applying advanced trouble shooting tools. Teodoro Lorenzo A. Fernandez

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