Flexible Options (Self-Paced, Live Online, In-Person)

To support our community during this challenging time, we are offering flexible registration options for many of our popular in-person classes, including this class.

When you register for one of these "flex" classes, you get expert live instruction from an industry subject matter expert. Upon request, you also get access to free self-paced training, plus an optional free follow-up class on the same topic. Learn more about Flex Registration.

Network+ instructor explaining basic networking concepts

CompTIA Network+

Cost: 
$2,495 (discounts available)
Schedule: 
See schedule below
Location: 
Live online and in-person classes available
Instructor: 
Industry subject matter expert

The CompTIA Network+ certification is the sign of a competent networking professional. It is an international, vendor-neutral certification that proves a technician’s competency in managing, maintaining, troubleshooting, installing and configuring basic network infrastructure. 

What You Will Learn

Upon successful completion of this program, participants will be prepared to take the Network+ certification exam. 

Who Should Take Network+ Training?

While not required, CompTIA recommends that Network+ candidates have at least 9-12 months of networking experience.

Class Schedule and Format

This is an intensive 40-hour live course. The course is taught by an industry subject matter expert, either live online (via Zoom) or in-person, depending on the date.

Upcoming Classes:

What Is Included

  • 40 hours of live instruction from an industry subject matter expert
  • Textbook/materials
  • Free self-paced online training (optional, provided by request)
  • One CompTIA Network+ exam voucher
  • A Certificate of Completion from University of Arizona Continuing and Professional Education upon successful completion of the course

Paying For Your Class

Discounted pricing may be available for this class. For additional information, please see Payment FAQs.

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Contact Dr. John DeLalla at 520-626-6389 or jd@arizona.edu to learn more.