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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ ___________________________________________________________ 2015-2016
CNT 101 Microcomputer Concepts/Introduction to
4 Credits
This course presents the underlying technology and
methodology for installing, configuring, upgrading, and
maintaining PC workstations, the Windows OS and small office/
home office networks. This course includes hands-on
components involving building, maintaining, and upgrading
Intel and Intel compatible microcomputer systems. Students will
utilize troubleshooting techniques and tools to effectively and
efficiently resolve PC, OS, and network connectivity issues and
implement security practices. FA
CNT 103 Introduction to UNIX/Linux
3 Credits
This course is a guide designed to help the student learn the
skills needed to master the UNIX/Linux environment. Practical
hands-on descriptions and exercises are employed to help the
student see what commands are available, how they are used and
what must be done to get results. Students will be guided from
the initial steps, to exploring essential features, to mastery of
basic and advanced user skills. FA
CNT 121 Wireless LAN Administration
3 Credits
The wireless LAN Administration course provides the
networking professional a complete foundation of knowledge for
entering into or advancing in the wireless networking industry.
From basic RF theory to link budget math, including topics from
troubleshooting to performing a site survey, this course delivers
hands-on training that benefits the novice and the experienced
network professional. FA
CNT 123 Fundamentals in Network Security
3 Credits
This course provides a broad introduction to computer and
network security measures and provides a foundation for
additional study of more specific security areas. It is ideal for
those administering network devices and infrastructure, as well
as those working in database development and administration.
The course will emphasize the knowledge and skills necessary to
identify risks and participate in the mitigation of risks, provide
infrastructure, application, operational and information security,
apply security controls to maintain confidentiality, integrity and
availability, identify appropriate technologies and products, and
operate with an awareness of applicable policies, laws and
regulations. SP
Prerequisite: CNT 121
CNT 150 Desktop/Client Computer Operating Systems
4 Credits
This course is for students desiring to become a Microsoft
certified technology specialist for client computers. It provides
students with the knowledge and skills to install and configure
Windows client operating systems. It focuses on four main areas:
installing, securing, networking, and browsing. By the end of the
course, students will have installed and configured a Windows
client computer that is secure, on the network, and ready for
browsing. SP
Prerequisite: CNT 101
CNT 202 Advanced UNIX/Linux
4 Credits
This course focuses on practical hands-on descriptions of system
administration tasks and the utilities-both command- line and
graphical when available-that the administrator would use to
complete daily work managing a UNIX/Linux based server. The
goal of the descriptions and exercises presented is to provide the
student with sufficient knowledge and skills to pass a Linux
certification exam, thereby demonstrating that important
theoretical and practical knowledge of the UNIX/ Linux based
computers has been gained. SP
Prerequisite: CNT 103
CNT 210 Supervised Work Experience
3 Credits
This course provides students with the opportunity to apply the
skills acquired in a controlled working environment. Students
will find employment for supervised work experience at an
instructor-approved work site, with assistance from the instructor
as necessary. SP
Prerequisite: Successful completion of CNT semesters 1, 2 & 3.
This course will be graded on a pass/fail basis.
CNT 241 Application Infrastructure Configuration
4 Credits
This course is one of three courses that cover implementing,
managing, maintaining and provisioning services and
infrastructure in a Windows Server 2012 environment. This
course emphasizes configuration and services tasks necessary to
deploy, manage and maintain a Windows Server 2012
infrastructure. This includes the knowledge and skills
associated with identity management and identity federation,
network load balancing, business continuity and disaster
recovery, fault tolerance and rights management. It maps directly
to Microsoft Certification Exam 70-412. FA/SP
Corequisites: CNT 243, CNT 263
CNT 242 Designing Security for Microsoft Networks
2 Credits
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to
design a secure network infrastructure. Topics include
assembling the design team, modeling threats, and analyzing
security risks in order to meet business requirements for securing
computers in a networked environment. The course encourages
decision-making skills through an interactive tool that simulates
real-life scenarios in which students are given the task of
collecting the information and sorting through the details to
resolve the given security requirements. SP
Prerequisite: CNT 243
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