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CSC 104 NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS

CSC 104 – NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS

Course Outline

Course Number & Name:  CSC 104 Network Fundamentals

Credit Hours:  3.0             Contact Hours:  3.0             Lecture:  3.0             Lab:  N/A              Other:  N/A

Prerequisites: None

Co-requisites:  None                             Concurrent Courses:  None

This course is an introduction to microcomputer hardware and network operating system components. It includes examination of microprocessors, ports, databases, video displays, basic network operating systems, and network topologies. The course emphasizes the introductory topics that are necessary for a student who plans a career in network technology.

Course Objectives:

Course Intended Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:  Means of Course Assessment:
Projects Assignment Exam/Quiz
A.   Identify and describe major components of a network; Y Y Y
B.   Identify and describe standard network topologies; and Y Y Y
C.   Identify and describe components of a microcomputer Y Y
  • 80% of students will complete the homework assignments and perform at 75% or above level.
  • 70% of students will perform at 75% or above level on the projects.
  • 65% of students will perform at 75% or above level on the exams.