This course provides a study of client system administration in a network environment. Topics include installing, monitoring, maintaining, and troubleshooting client operating system software and managing hardware devices and shared resources. Students gain hands-on experience in client operating system installation and basic administration of network workstations. CODE C (3-0-0) This course introduces network operating system administration. Topics include in this course are network operating system software installation, administration, monitoring, and maintenance; user, group, and computer account management; shared resource management; and server hardware management. Students gain hands-on experience in managing and maintaining a network operating system environment. CODE C
CIS 276 Server Administration, 3 hours
CIS 280 Network Security, 3 hours
Prerequisite: CIS 268, CIS 269, CIS 199 This course provides a study of threats to network security and methods of securing a computer network from such threats. Topics included in this course are security risks, intrusion detection, and methods of securing authentication, network access, remote access, Web access and wired and wireless network communications. Upon completion students will be able to identify security risks and describe appropriate counter measures. CODE C
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
CMT 114 10 Hour OSHA Construction Safety, 1 hour (1-0-0) The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to OSHA and the regulations present within the construction industry. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to identify the primary safety rules established by OSHA, know reporting procedures, as well as, being able to use the OSHA manual. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of safety, OSHA, safety programs, and safety procedures. Students completing this course will receive their ten hour OSHA certification. (3-0-0) The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to major mechanical systems used in buildings. Emphasis will be placed on heating, cooling, and ventilation equipment. Upon completion of this course the student will be knowledgeable of the basic principles of heating, cooling, ventilation, and related hardware and will understand design considerations that impact the selection of equipment. CMT 170 HVAC Systems, 3 hours CMT 175 Electrical & Plumbing Systems, 3 hours (3-0-0) The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the plumbing, electrical, and lighting systems used in buildings. Emphasis will be on design considerations based on plumbing and electrical codes. Upon completion of this course the student will understand the basic principles and hardware requirements in designing plumbing, electrical and lighting systems.
2022-23 College Catalog and Student Handbook
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