A BSIT in Network Administration is designed to provide graduates with not just the theoretical knowledge but also practical experience needed to securely manage large-scale computer networks. Computers and internet are found in every workplace these days. Wherever there is a network system, there will be the need of a Network Administrator. There is no shortage of jobs for a well trained and soundly educated student of Network Administration.
The curriculum focuses on information technology (IT) topics such as wireless systems, database management, operating systems and network vulnerability. Our BSIT in Network Administration course teaches students how to design, build, monitor and maintain computer and telecomm networks. A Course in Network Administration is the gateway to a wide array of IT jobs in the dynamic and evolving field of mobile computing and telecommunications. Our BSIT in Network administration Course enables students to keep up with the latest advancements in technology.
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CIS215 Legal and Ethical Aspects in Cyber Security
Students are introduced to the ethical and legal practices related to cyber security and cyberspace such as privacy, intellectual property, cybercrime, critical infrastructure protection, and cyber warfare. Technology issues are discussed to demonstrate the interdisciplinary influences and concerns to be addressed while developing or implementing effective cyber security laws and policies. The content of the course is targeted at ensuring the privacy, reliability, and integrity of information systems. Prerequisite: None.
CIS302 Routing and Switching
This course covers routing and switching concepts, configuration, implementation, and management. In this course, students learn how to work with complex and converged network infrastructure that includes routers and switches, use of appropriate routing and switching devices and external management tools, build networks using multi switching technologies over high-speed Ethernet connections, configure and troubleshoot various routed environments including access, distributed, and core environments, and manage access and control overhead traffic in growing routed networks. Topics include proprietary routers and switches for LAN and WAN environments installation and operation, IP, IPX, and IGRP protocols configuration, frame relay and dial-up router interfaces, router capabilities and connecting corporate enterprise networks to an ISP. This course has a computer lab fee. Prerequisite: CIS146. Lecture Hours: 35; Lab Hours: 20.
CIS311 Data Centers and Virtualization
This course introduces the concepts and recent developments in cloud computing and data centers. Upon a review of cloud computing, data centers, and virtualization technologies, the course will be working on a variety of projects to address practical issues in today’s cloud platforms and data centers. Prerequisite: None.
CIS340 Network Operations
In this course, students further develop the knowledge and skills in corporate network operation including network monitoring, management, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Topics include network communications and data delivery methods, TCP/IP networks implementation, deployment and services, network protocols characteristics and configuration, LAN, WAN, and remote networks’ components and implementations, internetworking devices and operating systems, network access control, incident response and reporting, and technologies related to network security, monitoring, and disaster recovery. Special attention is paid to identifying major corporate network issues and tools and techniques used in network troubleshooting. This course has a computer lab fee. Prerequisite: CIS146. Lecture Hours: 35; Lab Hours: 20.
CIS401 Modern Communications
The course explores the concepts of the Digital Age technology and modern communications systems. A through both theoretical and hands-on introduction to the technical terms and commonly used computer and communications components and devices is provided. The topics include voice, video and data communication technologies and networks, and mobile and over Internet communications. A special attention is focused on the aspects of communication security, privacy, ethical practices, and protective measures. Prerequisite: None.
CIS253 Server OS
This course covers modern server technology, and advanced distributed systems theoretical and technical aspects and their core elements. In this course, students learn how to install, configure, optimize, and troubleshoot current and emerging Windows server operating systems, managing, monitoring, and optimizing server system performance, reliability, and availability. Topics include resource administration, hardware devices and drives, system performance and reliability, network protocols and services, performance analysis of multi-server systems, resource management, and data sharing in grid systems. Modern client server systems such as large cluster based systems, scalable web-server systems, audio/video streaming servers, and VOD severs, optimal server placement, and efficient server selection in large networks are discussed. Prerequisite: CIS144.
CIS254 Client OS
This course introduces an overview of features and functions of Client Operating System. Through hands-on projects the students are gaining practical knowledge in installation, configuration, management, and troubleshooting of current Client Operating System in standalone as well as a networked environment. By the end of the course, students have the ability to configure and support environments running current version of Windows OS. Prerequisite: None.
CIS258 Database Administration
In this course, students learn how to create, query, and modify complex and highly scalable database using SQL and PL/SQL, and optimize, maintain, troubleshoot, secure, and monitor database. This hands-on training course focuses on the use of current and emerging relational database tools and technologies to make complex queries and modifications to the database, perform database recovery and monitoring, backup and restore database, perform database auditing, archiving, and distribution, and establish user accounts, roles, and access control. Topics include database objects, database queries, database views, T-SQL scripts, stored procedures, backup types including full and incremental backups, concurrency, table structures and indexing, and database interoperability. Special attention is paid to the use of Oracle and SQL database servers. This course has a computer lab fee. Prerequisite: CIS130. Lecture Hours: 35; Lab Hours: 20.