RP-ITNW 1325 Syllabus - ACC - D EPART M E N T OF OF C O MP...

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DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT OF OF COMPUTER STUDIES COMPUTER STUDIES AND AND ADVANCED ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY Syllabus: ITNW 1325 Network Fundamentals Synonym 08041 y y y Spring 2010 Mon/Wed: Lecture/Lab 5:20 – 7:00pm (RGC1 028) I NSTRUCTOR : Rick Plattsmier, Adjunct Professor, Computer Science / Information Systems O FFICE : RGC Adjunct Office Mon/Wed 7:00-7:30pm or by appointment O FFICE P HONE : 771-4502 (days); 327-4627 (home) E- MAILS : [email protected] (ACC) [email protected] (Home) [email protected] (Days) W EB S ITE : http://www.austincc.edu/rplattsm C OURSE D ESCRIPTION : Instruction in networking technologies and their implementation. Topics include the OSI reference model, network protocols, transmission media, and networking hardware, operating systems, and software. P RE - REQUISITE : COSC 1300 or departmental approval T EXTBOOK : Network+ Guide to Networks , 5 th ed., by Tamara Dean (Course Technology, 2010) ISBN-13 978-1-423-90245-4 I NSTRUCTIONAL M ETHODOLOGY : The course will have both lecture and lab. Student participation in both is required. Labs will be approximately every other week. C OURSE R ATIONAL : Introduce students to a broad range of network-related topics including: standards, protocols, transmission media, architecture, hardware and operating systems. In addition, students will study elements of network design, maintenance, operation, security, and problem-solving. C OURSE O BJECTIVES / L EARNING O UTCOMES : At the completion of this course, the student should have demonstrated the ability to: Configure and deploy a network by: Implementing a new system configuration Performing a workstation configuration Installing hardware Performing network fault management Design a network: Recommend selection of architecture topology hardware and software Specify servers and supporting Manage network: Set up and maintain user accounts Perform systems operations monitoring Operate computer system and run system applications Perform troubleshooting: Analyze the problem and research resolutions Query existing knowledge base
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