This is the first course in the Cisco® Networking Academy. The course covers the basic fundamentals of networking. By the end of the course, students will be able to build simple Local Area Networks (LAN's), perform basic configurations for routers and switches and implement IP addressing schemes.
36 hours lecture, 54 hours laboratory. Strongly Recommended: CAS 50.
Selection, installation and configuration of wireless networks, including: fundamentals and standards of wireless communication, installation of network access points, and installation, configuration and management of typical products. Also included: common applications, monitoring the network, security, troubleshooting, upgrade, and modification. Students in this course should be already familiar with LAN technologies.
General nature of computer hardware, software and systems: Hands-on applications include introduction to word processing, spreadsheet, database management and presentation software, and a brief introduction to web browsing and e-mail.
This course provides the knowledge and skills required to build, maintain, troubleshoot, and support server and workstation hardware and software technologies. Students learn to identify environmental issues; understand and comply with disaster recovery and physical/software security procedures; become familiar with industry terminology and concepts; and understand server and workstation roles, specializations, and interactions within the overall computing environment. (CSU)
An introduction to the fundamental concepts and models of application development including the basic concepts of program design, data structures, programming, problem solving, programming logic, and fundamental design techniques for event-driven programs. Hands-on experience with a modern application programming language and development platform.
This course will introduce the student to computer hardware and software, as well as operating systems, networking concepts, mobile devices, IT security, and troubleshooting.
Introduction to Oracle SQL (Structured Query Language), DML (Data Manipulation Language) processing techniques, DDL (Data Definition Language) techniques, selecting and sorting data, joins, SQL functions, Oracle objects, Oracle data processing concepts to maintain large database systems.
This course presents the fundamentals of database-driven web page development. Topics will include basic database configuration, the use of server-side tools to connect to a database, and the display and manipulation of database content over the web.
The course gives a broad overview of essential concepts and methods for providing and evaluating security in information processing systems (such as operating systems and applications, networks, and protocols). The course will cover software security, practical cryptography, and basics of Network security.