Skyline College

Computer Science at Skyline College

The Computer Science offerings at Skyline College are intended to give students a solid foundation in computer programming, as well as an opportunity to investigate personal computer use with a micro computer, and the societal implications of our growing use and dependence on computerized technology. While Skyline College does not currently offer an Associate Degree in Computer Science specifically, students can earn degrees in Network Engineering Technology that can help you create a clear path for transfer to a four-year institution.

Available Courses

NETX 443 INTRODUCTION TO LINUX ADMINISTRATION

(3.5) Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture/24-27 lab. Rec om - mended: NETX 400, or equiv a lent training or experience in basic Network addressing and protocols. An introductory course in Linux administration in a networked environment, including instructor-directed handson activities. Students will install a Linux system and perform basic administrative tasks using the BASH shell. Topics include system architecture, FHS, GNU and UNIX commands, devices and Linux file systems, network configuration and troubleshooting, and printing systems. Patterned after Linux Professional Institute and CompTIA Linux certification objectives. Transfer credit: CSU.

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