Will Cisco Certification add value to my MS wireless communication degree?

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I have completed my MSc wireless communication this year January 2010, and now planning to for cisco certification courses. My question is: Am I moving away from the field or will it add value to my degree and career, if so which Cisco course will be better for my career.

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Personally I think that a networking course would complement your degree in Wireless communications. Start with your CCNA and then see how you feel about progressing from there.

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  • pkpatel1151
    Csico will certainly add a lot of value. Start with CCNA, but first you will need to decide if you want to pursue Routing & Switching or Voice (VoIP) or Security. Once you coose a track, you can look at Cisco cert programs to lay out your path to completion. My personal experience, I have gained the most from Cisco cert.
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  • Sixball
    Any knowledge you can acquire only makes you that much better. I agree with these gents: Get your CCNA, then go for the CCNA-Wireless...
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