EE367 W09 - MOHAWK COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY...

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MOHAWK COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY EE367 COURSE OUTLINE COURSE NAME: Personal Computers COURSE CODE: EE367 PROGRAM NAME: Common Technologist DURATION: Total Hrs.: 41; Total Wks.: 13+1; Hrs./Wk.: 3 DEPARTMENT: Electrotechnology FACULTY: Engineering and Health Technology PREREQUISITE COURSES: IN ORDER TO CONTINUE TO THE NEXT SEMESTER ALL PREVIOUS COURSES MUST BE COMPLETED WITH NO MORE THAN ONE OUTSTANDING FAILURE. Students with two or more failures may take courses for which they have the necessary prerequisites. This course is eligible for credit through the " prior learning assessment process " (P.L.A.). Students wishing to be assessed for prior experiential learning should contact the P.L.A. office. Prerequisites: Co-requisites: NONE NONE GENERAL COURSE OBJECTIVE(S) (CALENDAR DESCRIPTION): This course will introduce the basic hardware components and operating system software of WIntel (Microsoft Windows – Intel) compatible computer systems, including installation/configuration, and will cover a major portion of the knowledge required to write CompTIA’s A+ Certification examinations (A+ Core Hardware exam and the A+ OS Technologies exam). The course curriculum is based on Cisco System’s IT Essentials I course offered though the Cisco Networking Academy Program. REVISIONS/INSTRUCTORS: Winter 2009 L. Petkov
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REQUIRED TEXTBOOK(S): NO TEXT BOOK AVAILABLE YET FOR IT1 V4.1 ADDITIONAL REFERENCE(S) / BIBLIOGRAPHY: A. IT Essentials I: PC Hardware and Software Lab Companion, By Cisco Systems Inc. Published by Cisco Press. ISBN 1-58713-094-7 B. IT Essentials I: PC Hardware and Software Engineering Journal and Workbook, By Cisco Systems Inc. Published by Cisco Press. ISBN 1-58713-093-9 C. Any current A+ Certification text D. Any Microsoft Operating System text for operating system currently used by lab computers. E. MS-DOS reference book or MS-DOS Technical Manual INTERNET RESOURCES: Electrotech Web Site: http://etweb.mohawkcollege.ca (username: techy3 password: Instructor Supplied) Cisco Networking Academy web site: http://cisco.netacad.net CompTIA web site: http://www.comptia.org/ Microsoft web site: http://www.microsoft.com/ SUPPLIES: see EE368 lab course EE367 - 2
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EVALUATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES: GRADE EQUIVALENCIES If on any test, assignment, project, etc., a percentage or similar numerical grade is used, the following grade conversion system must be employed in arriving at the literal grade: Alpha Grade Percent Range Equivalent Description A+ 95-100 Excellent A 90-94 " A- 85-89 " B+ 80-84 Good B 75-79 " B- 70-74 " C+ 65-69 Acceptable C 60-64 " F 0-59 Unacceptable DEPARTMENT POLICY Whenever a course is taught during the same teaching semester (i.e. Fall, Winter, Summer) to different classes, common tests must be administered. COLLEGE POLICY
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