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Information Technology


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IT 100IT FUNDAMENTALS5.0 CRE   F, W, Sp

Develops the knowledge to identify and explain basic computer components, set up a basic workstation, conduct basic software installation, establish basic network connectivity, identify compatability issues and identify/prevent basic security risks. This course will also focus on the areas of safety and preventative maintenance of computers and is intended for students who are considering a career in IT and later considering the pursuit of a Comptia A+ or similar certification. (Formerly CS 100)

Prerequisite: BUS 100 (may take concurrently)


IT 102INTRODUCTION INTERNET THEORY/APP/WEB PAGE DESIGN5.0 CRE   W

Offers concepts, fundamentals, and techniques of web page design, and introduction to Internet networking principles. Topics include web page usability, design principles and development, site planning, and implementation. (X)HTML scripting language and Cascading Style Sheets are used to create structural and presentational web pages. Students will use concepts presented in the course for development of personal and commercial web pages. (Formerly CS 102)

Prerequisite: IT 100 (was CS 100) with a grade of C or better, or instructor permission


IT 104INTERMEDIATE WEB PAGE DESIGN5.0 CRRE   F

Continuation of Web Page Design using client and server side scripted/programming languages and dynamic page coding to extend design capabilities and Web Site effectiveness. Methods introduced include browser control, security related issues, and Web Page structural/presentational control using these languages. (Formerly CS 104)

Prerequisite: IT 102 (was CS 102), or equivalent, or instructor permission.


IT 111INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS4.0 CRRE   F, W

Offers an introduction to the study of the Microsoft Windows operating systems. Presents fundamental concepts of a Microsoft Windows client operating system such as file management and customizing a graphical user inferface (GUI). (Formerly CS 111)

Prerequisite: None


IT 140CONFIGURING WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEMS4.0 CRRE   F

Presents installing, deploying, configuring, monitoring, and maintaining systems that run Microsoft Windows OS. Installation, system images, application, networking, resource allocation, mobile computing, monitoring, maintenance, backup, and recovery topics are included. Continues to prepare students for Microsoft's Certification: Configuring Windows Operating System.

Prerequisite: IT 100 IT Fundamentals (5 credits)


IT 141PC TECHNICIAN I4.0 CRRE   W

Provides an overview of the roles of the PC technician including: protection and safety of users, acting in a professional manner, communication, and documentations are examined. Technical topics include installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of system components, peripheral devices, storage, printers, mobile devices, and networking. Prepares students for TestOut's PC Pro and CompTIA's A+ certification exams.(Formerly CS 141)

Prerequisite: IT 100 (was CS 100) with a C or better, or instructor permission.


IT 142PC TECHNICIAN II4.0 CRRE   Sp

Continues an overview of the roles of the PC technician including: protection and safety of users, acting in a professional manner, communication, and documentations are examined. Technical topics include installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of system components, peripheral devices, storage, printers, and networking. Continues preparation of students for TestOut's PC Pro and CompTIA's A+ certification exams. (Formerly CS 142)

Prerequisites:IT 141 (was CS 141) with a grade of C or better, or instructor permission.


IT 211INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING5.0 CRRE   F

Introduces the fundamental building blocks that form a modern network, such as protocols, media, topologies, and hardware. It then provides in depth coverage of the most important concepts in contemporary networking, such as TCP/IP, Ethernet, wireless transmission, virtual networks, security, and troubleshooting. This course is focused on preparing students for the COMPTIA Network + Certification. (Formerly CS 211)

Prerequisite:IT 143 (was CS 143) with a grade of C or better or instructor permission.


IT 212INSTALLING & CONFIGURING WINDOWS SERVER5.0 CRRE   W

Provides in-depth knowledge of Windows Server, including installation, local and remote management, file and storage services, Active Directory, group policies, TCP/IP, networking services, and Hyper-V virtualization has been acquired. This course prepares students for Microsoft server certification exam objectives and focuses on the skills needed to install and configure Windows Server. (Formerly CS 212)

Prerequisite:IT 211 (was CS 211) with a grade of C or better or instructor permission.


IT 213LAN:CONFIGURING WINDOWS SERVER NETWORK INFRASTR5.0 CRRE  

Prepares students for the Microsoft Technology Specialist exam: Windows Server Network Infrastructure Configuring. Focuses on the details of configuring the infrastructure of a network. (Formerly CS 213)

Prerequisites: IT 212 (was CS 212) with a grade of C or better or instructor permission.


IT 220INTRO TO CLOUD COMPUTING3.0 CRRE   Sp

Provides an overview of cloud computing from a non-technical perspective. Includes the value of cloud computing, cloud types, adoption of the cloud, impact and changes on IT services, and risks of implementation. Prepares students for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials certification Cloud+. Includes both theoretical study of cloud computing and hands on labs.

Prerequisites: IT 143 (was CS 143) or IT 211 (was CS 211) with a grade of C or better, or instructor permission.


IT 230DATABASE DEVELOPMENT5.0 CRRE   F

Offers further study and use of computerized database management systems. Provides intermediate theory and practice in a disciplined approach to problem solving using a database management system in a business environment. (Formerly CS 230)

Prerequisite: BTEC 141 (was CS 130) with a grade of C or better, or instructor permission.


IT 235INTRODUCTION TO BIG DATA5.0 CRRE   Sp

Provides an introduction to concepts used in data mining and data-analytics, including exploration and application of data modeling tools.

Prerequisites: IT 230 (was CS 230) with a grade of C or better, or instructor permission.


IT 249LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS5.0 CRRE   F

Prepares students for application of Linux+ certification knowledge and skills. Course is focused on meeting Comptia Linux+ certification objectives in both knowledge and hands on lab practice. It is recommended that most students will need some experience with Linux in the work place prior to attempting the Linux+ exam. (Formerly CS 249)

Prerequisites: IT 143 (was CS 143) and IT 211 (was CS 211) each with a grade of C or better, or instructor permission.


IT 260INFO TECH SECURITY5.0 CRRE   Sp

Prepares students for application of Security+ certification knowledge and skills. Course is focused on meeting Comptia Security+ certification objectives in both knowledge and hands on lab practice. It is recommended that most students will need some experience with Linux in the work place prior to attempting the Security+ exam. Completion of this course does not guarantee passing the certification exam. (Formerly CS 260)

Prerequisites: IT 211 (was CS 211) with a grade of C or better, or instructor permission.


IT 294CAREER SUCCESS2.0 CRRE   W, Sp

Provides preparation for pursuing a career in business technology, with a focus on self-assessment, job search, application process documents, and interviewing techniques. This course is intended for Business Technology students in their second year. Students should enroll in this course during one of the last two quarters of their program.

Prerequisite: Program advisor permission.


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