ISSC231 Networking Concepts (3 semester hours)

This course is a study of the evolution, the concepts, and the principles of local, distributed and enterprise networking. This course examines Network design, topologies, architecture, media, interface cards, protocols, problem resolution, communications, administration, operations, and resources. It introduces the student to the concepts of wireless networking, and web-based networks. This course also explores the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) and the Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Packet (TCP/IP) reference models. This course also examines internetworking servers, and hardware and operating systems maintenance.

Catalog Addenda

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...INFO222 Database Concepts ISSC221 Intermediate Computer Systems ISSC231 Networking Concepts ISSC242 Hardening Operating Systems ISSC262...

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Momentum

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...ENTD278 - Object Oriented Design ISSC297 - Securing Applications ISSC231 - Networking Concepts INFO222 - Database Concepts ISSC290 - Securing...