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COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

CIS 4

INTERNET PROGRAMMING-XML� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture� CR/NC..Strongly Recommended Preparation: CIS 16 or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 4 is an introductory course using Extensible Markup Language. XML is the evolutionary successor to Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML).� Extensible Markup Language (XML) is the right tool for modern information management. XML provides a flexible framework to create your own customized markup language documents.� XML provides the foundation for E-commerce documents requiring client and server side application, streaming site development and capturing hyper text relationships using XML Extensible Link Language (XLL).� (AA)

CIS 5

INTERNET PROGRAMMING-CSS� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture� CR/NC

Strongly Recommended Preparation: CIS 16, Math 101 and ENG 101B or equivalent

Computer Information Systems 5 is an introductory course using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).� CSS are an addition to Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML).� CSS allows web page designers to expand their ability to control a web page.� CSS allows for the nesting of key page elements allowing the page designer to achieve a consistent look and feel throughout their web site.� This course is for the student wishing to expand their knowledge base for the creation and advanced design of web pages.� (AA)

CIS 6

INTERNET PROGRAMMING-DHTML� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture,� CR/NC

Strongly Recommended Preparation: CIS 16, Math 101 and ENG 101B or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 6 is an introductory course using Dynamic Hyper Text Markup Language.� Dynamic HTML is the name given by both Netscape and Microsoft to the use of the Document Object Model, Cascading Style Sheets, and client-side scripting to make web pages more interactive.� By using these technologies, developers can make their web pages change on the fly and interact with users without having to reload.� Dynamic Hyper Text markup Language is an expansion of HTML, which allows interactivity in web pages.� (AA)

CIS 7

COMPUTER CONCEPTS� (3)

Class Hours: 2 Lecture, 3 Laboratory� SCR/NC

Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B and MATH 101 or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 7 is a survey course appropriate for the general student interested in the elements of computers and their social implications.� The course introduces the use of an operating system, a word processor, a spreadsheet, a database program and the use of the Internet for research purposes.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 8

MICROCOMPUTER OPERATING ENVIRONMENT� (1)

Class Hours: 0.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: Ability to type at least 20 wpm.

Computer Information Systems 8 provides an overview of the Windows operating system on microcomputers including interface, using programs, working with disks and files, customizing the desktop, creating shortcuts, and changing the way Windows looks and sounds. (AA, CSU)

CIS 10

MICROCOMPUTER CONCEPTS & DOS FOR NETWARE USERS� (1)

Class Hours: 1 Lecture, CR/NC

Computer Information Systems 10 covers the basics of DOS command execution, disk drive operations, file maintenance, directory maintenance, batch files, and configuration of DOS systems.� The concepts section covers a brief introduction to microcomputers, microprocessors, databases, memory, disks and disk drives, video displays, serial and parallel ports and computer system configuration.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 14

C++ PROGRAMMING� (3)

Class Hours: 2 Lecture, 3 Laboratory, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B and MATH 101 or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 14 is an introduction to computer programming using the C++ programming language.� This course is designed to familiarize the user with the Win 32 API and Win 32 applications, and to introduce Microsoft Developer Studio, its utilities, and its debugging features and basic object oriented controls.� (AA, CSU, UC)

CIS 15

VISUAL BASIC� (3)

Class Hours: 2 Lecture, 3 Laboratory, CR/NC,B4.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: MATH 63 or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 15 is an introduction to computer programming using the Visual Basic language. CIS 15 is designed to introduce he Visual Basic development environment and to enable students to create a simple logon application that incorporates forms and basic controls. (AA, CSU, UC)

CIS 15X

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE� (PARALLEL)� (1-4)

This program is designed to extend occupational work opportunities through work, paid or voluntary, in the occupation of the student's major.� Students may earn up to 4 units per semester or a maximum of 16 units of total credit.� The student must enroll in classes (at least 7 units, including work-experience) and work part-time (up to 20 hours per week).

CIS 15XY

OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE� (ALTERNATE)� (1-8)

This plan allows the student to attend college full-time one semester and work full-time the next semester.� A student may take 8 units of work experience but may only be enrolled in one other course.� A student must complete 12 units of credit the semester before enrolling in the alternate occupational work experience.

CIS 16

INTERNET PROGRAMMING-HTML� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 51A or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 16 is an introductory course in the HTML programming. CIS 16 begins with the basic requirements of a web page.� The course builds the student's repertoire from tiles, paragraphs, and bulleted text to multimedia presentation of sounds, images and imbedded video.� CIS 16 will introduce the essentials of how CGI scripts work and an introduction to the PERL programming language to write them.� Students will also be introduced to Javascript and VBScript in the use of form validation, creation of pop-up windows and client-scripting.� The final phase of the course will present style sheets and layers.� (AA, CSU, UC)

CIS 16A

INTERNET PROGRAMMING - XHTML� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: CIS 16, ENG 101B and Math 101 or equivalent

Extensible Hypertext Markup Language, (XHTML) combines HTML's simplicity and accessibility with XML's unprecedented power and flexibility. XHTML is a reformation of HTML in term of the XML language that marries the two languages into a combined powerful language that bridges the gap between yesterday's static HTML pages and today's high-tech requirements for database management and eye-candy. (AA, CSU)

CIS 17

INTERNET PROGRAMMING-JAVA� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: CIS 14 and previous knowledge of HTML and use of Web browser.

Computer Information Systems 17 is an introductory course in the JAVA programming language.� Topics include a review of HTML and extensive JAVA programming with frames, forms, animation, plug-ins, map areas, cookies, and other interesting techniques.� Students should already be familiar with the concepts of modular programming, arrays and looping.� (These concepts will be reviewed, not taught in depth).� Access to a computer with Internet capability and e-mail, as well as familiarity with using a browser is mandatory.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 17A

INTERNET PROGRAMMING-JAVA SCRIPT� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC, Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 17A is an introductory course in JavaScript programming.� This course will focus solely on JavaScript and it will explore the language in depth.� Students will learn to create an interactive user interface, giving the users feedback as they navigate web sites.� Further studies will include, but not be limited to, controlling browsers, opening up new windows, and displaying alert boxes and placement of custom messages with the status bar.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 17B

ADVANCED JAVA� (3)

Class Hours:� 2 Lecture, 3 Laboratory CR/NC.� Prerequisite:� CIS 17

CIS 17B compliments CIS 17A Internet Programming - Java.� Advanced Java places a heavier emphasis on some of the newer Java features such as multithreading, JDBC, security, internationalization, developing e-commerce "store fronts", distributed applications using RMI, Java Beans, and tunneling through the firewall using Servlet technology.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 18

INTERNET PROGRAMMING-PERL� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B and MATH 101 or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 18 is an introductory course in PERL programming.� It will begin with the basics-how to write loops and open files and progress through advanced topics such as networking and generating graphics.� PERL is an upcoming language for everyone who needs to build software quickly and painlessly.� It is a general purpose language; PERL has string and subroutines and structure data types, and built-in facilities for file and process manipulation making it ideal for forms and interactive web pages.� (AA)

CIS 18A

INTERNET PROGRAMMING - PHP� (3)

Class Hours:� 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B, Math 101 and CIS 16 or equivalent.

Introduction to the fundamentals of Hypertext Preprocessor -PHP, will include the study of variables, flow control, loops, arrays, functions, and files. Advanced topics will explore each of the key techniques used by Web developers to create dynamic, database-integrated pages, sites, and applications.� Coverage includes: creating and processing Web forms; validating user input; using feedback forms; sending email to site� visitors; uploading files; providing database access; authenticating users on secure sites; working with web environment variables; placing and reading cookies; and managing sessions.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 19B

DATABASE CREATION & MANAGEMENT� (3)

Class Hours: 2 Lecture, 3 Laboratory, CR/NC

Computer Information Systems 19B (ACCESS) will teach the student to use a database program on a microcomputer.� Students will learn database creation, report generations, updating, editing, and form structure and use.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 20

INTERNET GRAPHICS -PHOTOSHOP� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture� CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B or equivalent.

The art of web design involves combining code, text, and images to creatively communicate a message.� Computer information Systems 20 will teach students to create, optimize, and utilize in moderation images which can add balance, motion, and interaction to a page without significantly hindering load time.� This course is for the beginning Photoshop student as well as those interested in exploring the vast possibility of the Photoshop program.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 21

DESKTOP PUBLISHING� (3)

Class Hours: 2 Lecture, 3 Laboratory, CR/NC.� Advisory: ENG 101B or equivalent, Prior Microcomputer Experience and/or Knowledge of Word Processing.

Computer Information System 21 is the application of common sense design techniques to the production of reports, presentation material, newsletters, forms, manuals, catalogs, advertising material and books.� Knowledge of word processing techniques and the use of a mouse is suggested.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 30/60

EXPERIMENTAL COURSE� (.5-3)

Class Hours: 18 Lecture hours or 54 Laboratory hours for each semester unit.

All courses numbered 30/60 are designed to permit departments to meet an immediate student or community need, to explore newer methods in teaching a subject, to offer courses which are innovative, and to provide variety and flexibility in curriculum.� A required course description identifies each course subject.� These courses may be taken for CR/NC.

CIS 34

INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B and MATH 101 or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 34 is an introduction to microcomputer spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel.� Primary emphasis will be on the use of the command structure and operation.� Topics covered will include spreadsheets design and format, graphs, and database functions.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 35� ADVANCED SPREADSHEETS� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Prerequisite: CIS 34

Computer Information Systems 35 is an advanced spreadsheet course using Microsoft Excel.� Primary emphasis will be on the use of the program's advanced features, such as file management, multiple worksheets, data tables and scenario management, and application development with macros using Visual Basic.� Students should have a firm understanding of Microsoft Excel prior to taking this course.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 42

SYSTEM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: CIS 13, 15 or prior microcomputer experience.

Computer Information Systems 42 examines the concepts of computer information systems and the changes which have occurred over the past several years.� It covers the concepts of systems analysis and design.� It familiarizes learners with the tools needed to investigate, evaluate, select, and design a system.� It prepares learners to understand and use logical analysis to solve a wide variety of problems.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 43A

LAN SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION, NetWare� (2)

Class Hours: 1 Lecture, 3 Laboratory� CR/NC.� Corequisite: CIS 10

Computer Information Systems 43A covers the basics of system administration using Novell NetWare.� Topics include introduction to NetWare, connecting to the network, using NetWare� Resources, managing NetWare Directory Services, accessing network resources, planning file systems, managing network file storage, implementing file system security, implementing network directory security, managing the server, implementing printing, automating the user environment, and protecting network data. (AA, CSU)

CIS 43B� LAN ADVANCED ADMINISTRATION� (2)

Class Hours: 1 Lecture, 3 Laboratory, CR/NC.� Prerequisite: CIS 43A

This course is designed to help the network administrator build the higher-level network management skills and strategies needed for their role. Topics include: Management Strategies, NetWare Directory Services Management, Network Performance Management, Advanced Printing, Remote Management Overview, Protocol Support Overview, Prevention and Maintenance, and Name Service Overview.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 44A

LAN SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION NETWARE 3.1X� (2)

Class Hours: 1 Lecture, 3 Laboratory� CR/NC.� Prerequisite: CIS 10 and a basic understanding of DOS commands, directory structures, memory utilization, batch files, device drivers, hardware configuration and terminology.

CIS 44A covers the basics of systems administration using Novell NetWare Version 3.1X.� Topics covered include introduction to NetWare 3.1X, connecting to the network, using NetWare 3.1X Resources, accessing network resources, planning file systems, managing network file storage, implementing file system security, implementing login security, managing the server, implementing printing, automating the user environment, protecting network data, and installing network applications.� May be taken two times for credit.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 44B

LAN ADVANCED ADMINISTRATION NETWARE 3.1X� (2)

Class Hours: 1 lecture, 3 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CIS 44A

Computer Information Systems 44B is designed to help the network administrator build the higher-level network management skills and strategies needed for their role.� Topics include: Management Strategies, Network Performance Management, Advanced Printing, Remote Management Overview, Protocol Support Overview, Prevention and Maintenance, and Name Service Overview.� May be taken two times for credit.� (AA, CSU)

CIS 45

NETWARE INSTALL AND CONFIGURE� (1)

Class Hours: .5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory, CR/NC.� Prerequisite: CIS 43A

This is a Novell certified course required for Novell CNEs who choose to fulfill their CNE requirements. This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to apply learned skills in Administration and Advanced Administration classes. Students completing this course will be able to upgrade servers from previous NetWare versions, install NetWare operating system using either the Simple of Custom installation, configure a NetWare operation system and install the Online Documentation. (AA, CSU)

CIS 46

NETWARE DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION� (1)

Class Hours: .5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory, CR/NC.� Prerequisite: CIS 43A

This course teaches students how to create a NetWare Directory Service, (NDS), design and implementation strategy, using proven methods from Novel Consulting Services.� Students then use the strategy to implement NDS. Students will complete an NDS design strategy using supplied templates, which can be reused to create NDS designs in their working environment.� Students will then use these strategies and schedules to complete an NDS implementation in a hands-on environment.� (Course may be repeated two times for credit.)

CIS 47

NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC

This course provides students with an excellent foundation upon which to build their network training. It covers the basics of computer networking, including terms and concepts. Networking technology-how it works and why it works -is made clear in this course, where concepts like contemporary network services, transmission media, and protocols are explained. Students learn how protocols are used in networking implementations from many venders, especially those most common in today's LAN's and WAN's. �This course fulfills both Novell Network Technologies and Comptia Network + requirements.

CIS 48

NETWARE TCP/IP TRANSPORT� (2)

Class Hours: 1 lecture, 3 laboratory, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: CIS 47

Students learn how to install and configure Novell Netware TCP/IP software on a Netware server. Students will also learn how to use common TCP/IP applications including: Telnet and File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and how to troubleshoot common problems that may occur in a TCP/IP environment.

CIS 49/99

DIRECTED STUDY� (1-2)

Class Hours: 54 Laboratory for each semester unit.� No more than 2 units per semester per 49/99 series.

All courses numbered 49/99 are designed for students who wish to undertake special projects related to a particular field.� Students, under instructor guidance and acknowledgement, may pursue individual exploration after completing or while currently enrolled in at least one course in the department of directed study.

CIS 50

NETWORKING ESSENTIALS-CISCO� (4)

Class Hours: 4 Lecture

Computer Information Systems 50 covers basic networking terminology and concepts as well as introducing the student to the dominant installed LAN networking technologies.� Topics include the OSI model, physical media, cabling, media addressing and access, Ethernet repeaters and bridges, IP addressing, and Ethernet and IP encapsulation.� (AA)

CIS 51

INTERCONNECTING CISCO NETWORK DEVICES� (4)

Class Hours: 4 Lecture, CR/NC.� Prerequisite: Completion of CIS 50 or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 51 will explore a wide range of technical details on routing models, processes, and design; it can be used as a general reference for anyone designing, implementing, or supporting an internet work with TCP/IP/IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, SNA, DECnet and Banyan VINES protocols: for students anticipating taking one or more of the Cisco certification exams, particularly the CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam, the second class in the training process.� (AA)

CIS 52

ADVANCED ROUTING AND SWITCHING� (4)

Class Hours: 4 Lecture�� CR/NC.� Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 50, 51 or equivalent (CNAP Semester 1 and 2).

Computer Information Systems 52 will explore a wide range of technical details on routing models, processes, and design; it can be used as a general reference for anyone designing, implementing, or supporting an internet work with TCP/IP/IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, SNA, DECnet and Banyan Vines protocols.� (AA)

CIS 53

ADVANCED NETWORK MANAGEMENT� (4)

Class Hours: 4 Lecture�� CR/NC.� Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 50, 51 and 52 or equivalent (CNAP Semester 1, 2 and 3).

Computer Information Systems 53 contains module by module plans for Semester 4 of the Cisco CCNA core curriculum.� Topics include WAN design, PPP, ISDN, and Frame Reply. A review for the CCNA exam is also included as part of the overall CCNA program review.� (AA)

CIS 67

COMPUTER ESSENTIALS� (3)

Class Hours: 2 Lecture, 3 Laboratory, CR/NC

Computer Information Systems 67 is an introductory survey course appropriate to the student who needs to develop computer literacy skills, including an understanding of microcomputers and their application to everyday tasks.� The course introduces the use of a user interface/operating system and applications including a word processor, spreadsheet, database, presentation graphics, and the Internet.� (AA)

CIS 71

INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B or equivalent

Computer Information Systems 71 is an introductory course in conducting Electronic Commerce via the Internet and the Global Information Infrastructure (GII) and its development.� Further studies will include, but not be limited to, intellectual property rights, privacy, security issues and marketing and advertising techniques.� These concepts will be reviewed and taught in depth.� (AA)

CIS 73

MICROSOFT PROJECT� (3)

Class Hours: 6 Lecture (9 weeks).� Strongly Recommended Preparation: Successful completion of Math 101, ENG 101B and CIS 8 or equivalent

Project managers, are challenged to create meaningful project plans that will help ensure project completeness and success.� This course focuses on the use of technology to facilitate the project management processes of project initiation and planning, project execution, project control, and project closure.� The ability to plan and carry through a project is crucial for organizations to get ahead, not just keep up. In this course students will work on one or more projects using MS Project as an important tool for project design and implementation.

CIS 73A

MICROSOFT VISIO� (3)

Class Hours: 6 Lecture (9 weeks).� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B or equivalent

CIS 73A�� This introductory level course is intended for people who need to learn the� effective use of graphics can help anyone communicate ideas more effectively.� Drawings are often faster to create and easier to understand than words can be for the same information.� Visio is the tool that enables you to communicate these ideas efficiently.� This course will provide the user with the necessary information and examples to begin using Visio to create high-quality drawings quickly and easily. Students will learn basic concepts of diagramming by creating classroom examples.� The focus of the class will be on developing diagrams and flowcharts for information technology projects as well as typical business process documentation.� Exercises will illustrate the concepts and techniques needed to create the drawings.

CIS 75

CYBER SECURITY� (3)

Class Hours: 3 Lecture.� Prerequisite: CIS 10.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: CIS 47 or CIS 50 or CIS 81A

CIS 75 is an introductory course that provides students with an understanding of the protection of information against unauthorized disclosure, transfer, modification, or destruction, whether accidental or intentional.� This course will emphasis 1) developing security policies, 2)various types of security threats (internal and external), 3)cyber crimes, 4)computer systems privacy, 5)incident response and 6)public key infrastructure.� This course is designed for students who need information about the business And personal aspects of today's key security issues.

CIS 76A

OPERATING SYSTEMS - LINUX� (3)

Class Hours: 4 Lecture, 6 Laboratory (9 weeks).� Strongly Recommended Preparation: ENG 101B or equivalent

This course is for personal computers users who want to install and use Linux on their systems.� The course assumes that students have basic knowledge of personal computers and operating systems; such as MS-DOS. No previous knowledge Linux is assumed.� Topics include system administration basics, configuring X-window, configuring the kernel, hardware architectures, system tools, software package management, and network services.

CIS 80

A+ CERTIFICATION: HARDWARE� (2)

Class Hours: 1 Lecture, 3 Laboratory� CR/N.� Advisory:� ENG 101B or equivalent, prior microcomputer experience

A+ Certification: Hardware prepares A+ certification candidates for the CompTIA A+ Certification: Core Hardware exam.� Students will learn about PC hardware and system maintenance procedures.� Topics include a detailed look at hardware components, power supply, upgrades, networking, maintenance and troubleshooting.� In hands-on exercises, students will assign configuration setting, upgrade systems, configure SCSI devices, install printers and monitors, remove and replace components, and troubleshoot POST errors.

CIS 80A

A+ CERTIFICATION: OPERATING SYSTEMS� (2)

Class Hours: 1 Lecture, 3 Laboratory� CR/NC.� Advisory:� ENG 101B or equivalent

CIS 80A A+ Operating Systems Fundamentals prepares A+ certification candidates for the CompTIA A+ operating system exam. Students will learn installation procedures, dealing with legacy systems, creating and using emergency boot diskettes and managing printers and other devices.� Other topics include networking, communication protocols, Internet access and troubleshooting.� In hands-on exercises, students will install Windows operating systems, manage Windows devices, use the FDISK utility, perform backups, manage system files, configure networks, configure Internet access, and troubleshoot operating systems errors.

CIS 81A

NETWORKING ESSENTIALS� (3)

Class Hours: 2.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory, CR/NC.� Prerequisite: CIS 8 or equivalent.

Computer Information Systems 81A provides the knowledge and training for information system (IS) professionals who need to design, plan, implement, and support computer networks or who plan to take the Microsoft Certified Professional exam, Networking Essentials, or the TIA Network+ exam.� (AA)

CIS 83A

MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 PROFESSIONAL� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CIS 81A or equivalent

CIS 83A is developed for information technology (IT) professionals who need to design, plan, implement, and support Windows 2000 Professional or who plan to take the related Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam 70-210.� Installing, configuring and administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional.

CIS 83BMICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 SERVER� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory .� Prerequisite: CIS 83A or equivalent

CIS 83B is developed for information technology (IT) professionals who need to design, plan, implement, and support Windows 2000 Server or who plan to take the related Microsoft Certified Professional exam 70-215.� Installing, configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Server.

CIS 83C

MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE ADMINISTRATION

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CIS 83B or equivalent.� Strongly Recommended Preparation:� Knowledge of the fundamentals of current networking technology is required and knowledge and experience in administration of Windows NT 4.0 networks is recommended.

CIS 83C is developed to show students how to plan their network infrastructure around features supported by Windows 2000.� Students will also learn how to configure, manage, secure, and troubleshoot features and services for Windows 2000 enterprise networks.� This course also covers Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Exam 70-216.

CIS 83D

MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 ACTIVE DIRECTORY SERVICES� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CIS 83B or equivalent

Strongly Recommended Preparation:� Knowledge of the fundamentals of networking technology B.� Ability to navigate the Windows operating system interface (preferably the Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, or Windows 2000 interface).� Practical knowledge of accessing and changing the BIOS of PC.� Previous training or knowledge of Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT (preferably Windows NT)

CIS 83D is developed to introduce you to Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory and prepare you to plan, configure, trouble shoot and ad minister your Active Directory infrastructure.� You will learn how to configure the Domain Name System (DNS) to manage name resolution. You will also learn how to use Active Directory to centrally manage users, groups, shared folders, and network resources.� This course prepares the students for Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam 70-217.

CIS 83E

DESIGNING MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CIS 83D or equivalent.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: Knowledge of the fundamentals of networking technology, including a minimum of one year's experience implementing, administering, and configuring network operating systems, including Microsoft, Novell NetWare, UNIX, and Macintosh networks

CIS 83E is developed to prepare students to plan, configure, troubleshoot and administer your Active Directory infrastructure. You will learn how to configure the Domain Name System (DNS) to manage name resolution, schema, and replication.� You will also learn how to use Active Directory to centrally manage users, groups, shared folders, and network resources. This course prepares the students for Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam 70-221.

CIS 83F

DESIGNING MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 DIRECTORY SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CIS 83D or equivalent.

Strongly Recommended Preparation: Knowledge of the fundamentals of networking technology, including a minimum of a years experience implementing.� Administering, and configuring network operating systems, including Microsoft, Novell NetWare, UNIX, and Macintosh networks.

CIS 83F is developed to introduce you how to design a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure through lectures, discussions, lab exercises, and projects.� This course covers, how to analyze business and technical environment and how to create a site topology plan.� CIS 83F prepares the students for Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam 70-219.

CIS 83G

DESIGNING MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 NETWORK SECURITY� (2)

Class Hours: 1.5 Lecture, 1.5 Laboratory.� Prerequisite: CIS 83D or equivalent

CIS 83G is developed to teach students how to design, plan , implement and support security for a Microsoft Windows 2000 network through lectures, discussions, paper exercises, and lab projects.� This course prepares the students for Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam 70-220.

CIS 90

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION SKILLS� (1)

Class Hours: 3 Laboratory, CR/NC.� Strongly Recommended Preparation: Prior microcomputer experience.

Computer Information Systems 90 is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to improve skills in the use of various applications software in today's changing microcomputer environment.� This course will allow students to develop skills necessary to use software in their personal and professional activities.� The choice of software may vary depending on new developments and technology of the software available, but will use such applications as databases, word processors, spreadsheets, graphics and desktop publishing.� May be taken three times for credit.� (AA)

 
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