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Columbus State Community College Computer Science Department Course Syllabus Autumn Semester 2019 COURSE: CSCI 1152 — Networking Concepts (Network+) Faculty Information Instructor Name: David Lamb Email : [email protected] cscc.edu Office: Delaware Hall, Room 316C (Main Campus) Office Hours : By appointment only CREDITS: 3 CLASS HOURS PER WEEK: 2 hours Lab: 3 hours PREREQUISITES: None DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: CSCI 1152 is designed for students to learn foundational networking, cloud computing, security, virtualization, and ITIL concepts while preparing students for the Network+ certification. Students will gain hands-on knowledge completing labs using cloud services, virtualization, server/network management/Active Directory using Windows Server. Students will learn networking concepts in preparation for the Network+ certification. Students will complete exams, a series of hands-on assignments, and be able to demonstrate a hands-on foundational knowledge of cloud services, ITIL, virtualization, and network administration while applying networking concepts and theory. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: Compare & contrast network types Compare & contrast peer-to-peer vs. Client-Server Network Models Identify and describe network standards and the 7 layers in the OSI model Explain network transmission and media Identify and describe network topologies Describe NICs, switches and network hardware Describe different network operating systems Plan and install and configure Windows servers and workstations Explain network security Explain network risk management 1
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Learn fundamentals of TCP/IP Learn subnetting Learn binary numbering and conversion Learn fundamentals of routing and switching Identify, diagnose and troubleshoot network problems Learn virtualization concepts Apply virtualization concepts Learn Network Segmentation Concepts Learn cloud computing & remote access concepts Describe Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Describe concepts of Unified Communications & Network Performance Management Learn security concepts and controls Apply security and permissions Learn fundamentals of server management & administration Apply concepts to install and configure Windows Servers Demonstrate knowledge of Active Directory Administration Apply concepts of server management Describe Industrial & Enterprise Networking concepts Learn Group Policies Learn to create and manage Organizational Units (OUs) and Active Directory Accounts 2
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INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING GOALS Columbus State Community College's Institutional Learning Goals are an integral part of the curriculum and central to the mission of the college. The faculty at Columbus State has determined that these outcomes include the following competencies: Critical Thinking Technological Competence Communication Competence Professional & Life Skills COURSE MATERIALS REQUIRED
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