CMP-354 Network Technology

Provides students with the fundamental concepts of data communications. This course teaches practical approaches when designing and implementing a network environment of varying sizes. It includes an analysis of the physical and logical aspects of the network infrastructure and the various industry standards and models available. The material also consists of the common tools and techniques utilized to optimize the performance and secure the core network components and resources. Throughout this course, students will develop and build their analytical and problem-solving skills. Specific topics covered include: network architectures; topologies; media and devices; protocols; and servers and security.

Study Methods:

Online Courses (CMP-354-OL):
Jun 2015,  Jul 2015,  Aug 2015,  Sep 2015,  Oct 2015,  Nov 2015,  Dec 2015
TECEP® Examination (CMP-354-TE):
Jun 2015,  Jul 2015,  Aug 2015,  Sep 2015,  Oct 2015,  Nov 2015,  Dec 2015

Semester Hours: 3

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