Modern applications are built on a foundation provided by the network. From LANs to the Internet, this curriculum provides the student with the knowledge to design, create, and maintain secure and reliable networks.
No offerings in this track are currently scheduled.
This course introduces the topics of data communications, telecommunications, LANs and WANs and how various technologies affect business communications.
This course builds on your existing user-level knowledge and experience with personal computer operating systems and networks to present the fundamental skills and concepts that you will need to use on the job in any type of networking career. The Network+ course will prepare you to take the CompTIA Network+ examination and provides the background knowledge and skills required to be successful in network troubleshooting, installation, maintenance, or preparing for any type of network-related career.
IP Routing Fundamentals
This course focuses on the basic concept of IP Routing and the associated routing protocols that can be utilized to route within and between Autonomous Systems and networks.
Internet communications architecture and its major applications are illustrated from the point of view of TCP/IP. Students become familiar with the TCP/IP suite, the organization of its standards, and principles for internetworking within the Internet.
DESIGNING ENTERPRISE NETWORKS
This course is a hands-on class that investigates high-speed Local Area Networking Technologies and the environments in which they can be implemented.
Managing Enterprise Networks
This course focuses on network systems management and principles of network systems management as students are introduced to management software, techniques, and protocols that are available.
TROUBLESHOOTING ENTERPRISE NETWORKS
This course takes a hands-on approach to troubleshooting the components of enterprise networks.