DePaul University’s IPv6 Program provides a comprehensive introduction to IPv6 technologies. The goal of the program is educate IT professionals with an understanding of the key technologies and processes required to transition an organization from IPv4-only network to dual IPv4/IPv6 network infrastructures.
Applicants to this program are expected to have knowledge of IPv4 and Internet services. Professional work experience in the administration, support, or management of network services is recommended.
View the program's details and curriculum.
Certificate programs are credit-bearing courses of DePaul. Individuals who enroll in the programs become non-degree-seeking students of the university, and enjoy all the rights, privileges and responsibilities afforded to such students.
Certificate programs are offered on the university's quarterly schedule, with a new session beginning each fall, winter and spring. Classes are offered on evenings and weekends and can be taken on-campus or online.