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CIS 135 Fall 2007 Syllabus - 401ThomasRunRoad...

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HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE 401 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD 21015 Course Outline Introduction to Networking – CIS 135 Effective:  Fall 2007 COURSE NUMBER:  CIS 135 COURSE NAME:  Introduction to Networks CRN#40951  Section # 01 Monday & Wednesday – 11:10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m INSTRUCTOR:  Sabum Anyangwe DIVISION:  Business, Computing &  Technology OFFICE: Joppa, Room 136 410-836-4466   LECTURE/DISCUSSION:  Total Contact Hours - 45          EMAIL: [email protected] SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS:  3 OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Thursday: 12:45pm to 2:15pm Office hours may also be arranged at times other than above by appointment Faculty and CIS web pages available through HCC Home Page :  www.harford.edu Textbooks:   Tamara, Dean. Network+ Guide to Networks. Fourth Edition. Thomson – Course  Technology, A CompTIA Certification Program ISBN: 0-619-21743-X __________________________________________________________________________ ________ C ATALOG  D ESCRIPTION : CIS-135 Fall 2007 S. Anyangwe 1
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This course presents the principles of data communications and computer networks.  The student examines and uses network hardware, topologies, communications protocols  and network operating systems, emphasizing Novell networks for the microcomputer  environment. Students also explore network management concepts. Three lecture hours per  week.  Prerequisite: CIS 102 or permission of instructor. STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES & ACADEMIC OUTCOMES: Upon Satisfactory completion of this course, the student should be able to: Discuss current issues in Networking, including ethics, security, standards, and  applications. [Communication] Explain data communications concepts, including protocols, media and types of  networks. [Communication] Explain the types of and purpose for using various network topologies.  [Communication] Analyze the types of hardware that are required by different kinds of networks. [Critical  Thinking] Examine network software, including operating systems and application programs.  [Critical Thinking] Examine Novell NetWare by exploring the NetWare directory services, security  system, and commands. [Science & Technology] Design a network by planning for the most appropriate network to solve a given  problem. [Critical Thinking] Formulate solutions to network problems by examining network management issues  and monitoring network activities. [Critical Thinking] COURSE POLICIES:  HCC students are bound by the academic policies outlined in the most current HCC Catalog*  CIS-135 Fall 2007 S. Anyangwe 2
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It is the student’s responsibility to review these policies prior to the start of each semester.
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