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Course Descriptions   2005-2006

CNEE 101 Introduction to Computer Network Technology
Technical introduction to data communications and networks.
Topics include data communications hardware and software, transmission methodologies and rates, standards, protocols, terminology and concepts
Units:   3.0


CNEE 102 PC Repair I: Hardware
Fundamentals of supporting and troubleshooting computer hardware: motherboards, hard drives, I/O devices, memory, printers, and multimedia devices. Course includes hands-on lab activities.
This course and CNEE 112 PC Repair II: Software  prepare students for the A+ Certification Exam.
Units:   3.0


CNEE 105 Network Wiring and Cabling
Introduction to networking: the physical layer. Termination, testing, troubleshooting and installation of network wiring & cabling.  Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion in  Network Wiring & Cabling.
This course prepares student for the C-Tech  Network Cabling Specialist Certification.
Units:   3.0


CNEE 106 Telecommunications and WAN  - Online Course
Introduction to voice, data and video communications. Overview of the telecommunications industry. Topics include customer premises equipment, switched and private networks, transmission media, fiber optics, T-t technology, channel banks, switching and signaling, advanced telecommunications services, local area networks, wide area networks, Internet, ISDN, Personal Computing Systems,  and telecommunications protocols.
Units:   2.0


CNEE 110 Networking Essentials
Introduction to networking components and systems. Networking standards, protocols, operating systems, media and hardware. Course includes hands-on lab activities.  This course prepares student for the Comptia N+ Certification.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 112 PC Repair II: Software
Fundamentals of supporting and trouble-shooting computer operating systems. Installation, configuration and maintenance of different Windows OS. Course includes hands-on lab activities. This course and CNEE 102 PC Repair I: Hardware prepare students for the A+ Certification Exam.
Units:   3.0


CNEE 120 Fundamental of Network Security - NEW COURSE: SPRING 2004
Fundamentals of network security principles and implementation. Course covers authentication, attacks and malicious code, threats and countermeasures, security topologies, intrusion detection, cryptography, firewalls, and physical security concepts. This course prepares student for the Comptia Security+ Certification Exam.
Units:   3.0


CNEE 124 Internetworking with TCP/IP
Introduction to developing or migrating to TCP/IP protocol.
  Hands-on approach to configuring a host, employing TCP/IP tools, and using application services to access TCP/IP-based internetworks.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 125 CCNA I: Introduction to Networking & Routers
First half of CCNA certification preparation.  Networking concepts, TCP/IP, routing, Cisco IOS, and Cisco router configuration. This course and CNEE 126 CCNA II Switching, Routing & WAN prepare students for the CCNA Certification Exam.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 126 CCNA II: Switching, Routing, and WAN
Second half of CCNA certification preparation.  Switching, VLANs, ACL, IGRP, WAN services, IPX, ISDN, PPP, frame relay, and network design. This course and CNEE 125 CCNA I Introduction to Networking and Routers prepare students for the CCNA Certification Exam.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 128 Fundamentals of Wireless LANs
Introductory course to Wireless LANs. Course covers a comprehensive overview of technologies, security, and design best practices with particular emphasis on hands on skills. This course prepares student for the Cisco Wireless LAN Support Specialist Certification Exam.
Units:   3.0


CNEE 135 CCNP 1: Advanced Routing Configuration
Advanced Cisco routing configurations: OSPF, EIGRP, IS-IS, BGP and extended IP addressing. Designed to provide classroom and laboratory experience in current and emerging technologies leading to CCNP certification exam.This course prepares student for the Cisco CCNP Routing Certification Exam.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 136 CCNP 2: Remote Access Networks
WAN protocols, remote access, network management and security, NAT and VPN. Second semester for Cisco Certified Network Professional. Cisco CCNP Remote Access Networks Certification Exam.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 137 CCNP 3: Multi-layer Switching
Layer 2 and 3 switching. VLANs and routing. Third semester for Cisco Certified Network Professional. Provides classroom and laboratory experience in current and emerging technologies leading to Cisco certification. Cisco CCNP Multilayer Switching Certification Exam.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 138 CCNP 4: Network Troubleshooting
Cisco routers and switches trouble-shooting. Fourth semester for Cisco Certified Network Professional.  Provides classroom and laboratory experience in trouble-shooting leading to CCNP. Cisco CCNP Internetwork Troubleshooting Certification Exam.
Units:   4.0

CNEE 144 Fundamentals of Voice over IP
Introduction to converged data and voice networks as well as the challenges faced by its various technologies.
Course covers technologies common to many IP Telephony implementations.
Units:   3.0


CNEE 145 Cisco IOS Network Security - NEW COURSE: SPRING 2004
Installation, configuration, and operation of  IP network security on perimeter routers: AAA security, access control, intrusion detection, network address translation, and virtual private networks. Cisco SECUR Certification Exam.
Units:   3.0


CNEE 146 Cisco PIX Firewalls
Installation, configuration, and operation of IP network security on PIX firewalls: AAA security, access control, intrusion detection, network address translation, virtual private networks, and content filtering. Cisco Advanced PIX Certification Exam.
Units:   3.0

CNEE 147 Ethical Hacking Penetration Testing
Introduction to hacking techniques and tools used for defensive purposes only. Network scanning, operating system and web vulnerabilities, router, firewall and wireless networks testing. Includes hands-on lab activities
Units:   3.0

CNEE 150 Concepts of Electronics
Introduction to basic electrical principles for non-majors or those with no previous experience in electronics.
  Study of electricity, simple series and parallel circuits, magnetism, inductance, capacitance, and active devises.  Laboratory experience with basic electronic equipment.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 175 Cisco Network Associate Review
Intensive course designed as a review of Cisco Network Associate principles.
Units:   1.5


CNEE 206 MS Windows Network Infrastructure
Introduction to MS Windows network infrastructure. Installation, configuration, management, and support of DHCP, DNS, WINS, WEB, Security, and Internet services. Course includes hands-on lab activities.
Units:   4.0


CNEE 207 MS Windows Security - NEW COURSE: SPRING 2004
Course designed to provide knowledge to design and implement an effective security strategy in a network environment using Windows operating system. Course prepares for certification exam on Windows Security.
Units:   4.0



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