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143 Course Descriptions NET445-E Linux Operating System 4 This is an introductory, hands-on course that provides you with the background, knowledge and skills necessary to use the Linux/Unix operating systems. You will learn a variety of topics including basic GUI operations and Linux commands for editing and manipulating files, managing programs, managing processes and interacting with the BASH shell. It is intended for people with some computer experience but little or no experience with a Linux/UNIX system. Prerequisites: CIS142-E, NET102-E NET601-E LAN & WAN Network Fundamentals 3 In this course you will gain a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of computer networking. Through a combination of step-by-step, hands-on experience and assigned studies, you will learn about the operation of Ethernet, network media, physical topology, network design, troubleshooting, and hardware devices including: hubs, switches, routers, and physical topology. You will also gain knowledge about TCP/IP protocols, routing protocols, network operating systems and protocols such as FTP, Telnet, email, and client/server applications. NET602-E Desktop Operating Systems 3 In this course you will examine hardware, software, GUI interfaces, file systems and other features of the most prominent desktop operating systems in parallel by completing a myriad of hands-on activities that reinforce the similarities between the operating systems for each task. During your learning you will gain experience with Microsoft, Sun and VMWare virtualization. NET603-E Wireless & Mobile Implementati 3 This course provides you with the necessary knowledge and hands-on skills needed to work with wireless technology in a network administration environment. You will learn fundamental wireless LAN topics such as planning, designing, installing, securing, and configuring wireless LANs. You will also develop a practical understanding of common wireless LAN uses including maintenance, and business applications. The course is intended to prepare you for real-world wireless networking. NET605-E Network Server Admin & Securit 3 In this course you will encounter a wealth of hands-on activities that will help you develop the skills necessary to manage a network server. Your learning will include server deployment and maintenance, advanced file services, remote access, network access protection, group and user policy, directory services, DNS, and DHCP. NET606-E Security Analysis and Network Threat Tes 3 In this course you will experience a broad base of topics in advanced penetration testing and information security analysis. You will perform the intensive assessments required to effectively identify and mitigate risks to the security of the organization's infrastructure. Topics in this course include: the need for security analysis; TCP/IP packet analysis; advanced sniffing techniques; vulnerability analysis with Nessus; designing a DMZ; Snort analysis; log analysis; denial of service, password cracking, application, and database penetration testing; virus and trojan detection; log management penetration testing; file integrity checking; data leakage penetration testing. NET608-E Penetration Testing Methodologies 3 In this course you will experience a broad base of topics in advanced penetration testing and information security analysis. You will perform the intensive assessments required to effectively identify and mitigate risks to the security of the organization’s infrastructure. Topics in this course include: penetration testing methodologies; customers and legal agreements; duties of an licensed penetration tester; penetration testing planning and scheduling; pre-penetration testing checklist; information gathering and social engineering penetration testing; vulnerability analysis; external penetration testing; internal network penetration testing; deliverables and conclusion, report documentation writing and report analysis; post testing actions; advanced exploits and tools. NET612-E Fundamentals of Network Security 3 This course provides the student with an overview of Information Technology (IT) Security and introduces the components necessary to secure network information systems. Topics include security policies, intrusion detection systems (IDS), firewalls, operating system security and network security basics. Students will also be introduced to current hacker techniques and log auditing processes. Current computer security issues will also be explored as class projects. Prerequisite: NET142-E NET614-E Network Security 4 You will explore and understand the concepts of network security. Topics include TCP/IP protocols and their associated security issues, Internetworking technology issues, network configuration evaluation and security, why protection is necessary, cryptography and its enhancement to the network, firewalls and proxy servers, main firewall products and features, Internetworking security assessment, security policy development and implementation, server security implementation and management, and remote connections implementation and management. Prerequisites: NET317-E, CIS219-E NET751-E Telecommunications 4 Focusing on all aspects of telecommunications, this course provides a comprehensive overview of how information, including voice and data, travels throughout the world. Topics include fundamental switching and signaling principles, the history of telecommunications, PAX and PBX principles and configuration, multiplexing principles, baseband and broadband technologies, mobile, wireless, VOIP and emerging technologies. Prerequisites: NET102-E, CSC201-E NET785-E Fundamentals of Desktop Support 3 This course will introduce the student to the service concepts, skill sets, career paths, and operations of the help desk industry. Students will master the role of a help desk analysis, navigate the help desk environment, and learn crucial problem solving skills. Through this course students will develop the “soft skills” and the “self-management skills” needed to deliver excellent customer support at the help desk. This course provides an overview of the help desk for individuals interested in pursuing a career in technical support. The course will integrate strong real-world computer support examples, case studies, and group/team exercises to emphasize the concepts of the course.


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