Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA)

Industry subject matter expert
Day and Time: 
See schedule below
Get online training now, learn in-person later
$2,495 (discounts available)

The Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) is the benchmark exam in wireless networking and stepping stone to the CWSP (security) and CWNE (engineer) certifications.

Learn Online Now, In-Person Later

Start learning the skills you need right now. To support our students during this challenging time, we are offering free self-paced online training as an add-on to many popular in-person classes.

When you register for an in-person training class, you will also get free access to high-quality self-paced online training, including:

  • 24/7 access to online course material for 6 months
  • Recorded lectures and slides
  • Virtual cloud-based labs
  • Exam practice
  • Support from an industry subject matter expert to help you understand the material

In-Person Class Options

In-person class includes five days of hands-on training and lecture on wireless networking, including theory, application, design, security, planning, and installation issues, among other related topics.

Class cost includes face-to-face instruction, textbook and materials. The cost of testing is not included with the course tuition.

  • July 27-31, 2020 (Sierra Vista)
  • November 16-20, 2020 (Sierra Vista)

Class Location:
University of Arizona at Sierra Vista
Groth Hall, 1140 Colombo Ave.
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

Note: In-person class dates are based on the most current guidelines from the University of Arizona and are subject to change if those guidelines change. Certification exam scheduling may also be affected by coronavirus/COVID-19. See our Certification Exam Updates page to see if your testing provider or certifying organization is affected.


Discounted pricing ($2,246) is available for active/retired military, University of Arizona staff, and others. Contact Dr. John DeLalla at 520-732-2447 or jd@arizona.edu to discuss options.


Contact Dr. John DeLalla at 520-732-2447 or jd@arizona.edu to learn more.