Computer Information Systems Courses

CISĀ 2300

Division: Business and Applied Tech

Department: Information Technology

Course: CIS 2300

Title: IT Essentials

Description: This course discusses the history, role, and structure of computer architecture and operating systems needed by computers. This course provides and introduction to the computer hardware and software skills needed to help meet the growing demand for entry-level computer technicians.; The curriculum covers the fundamentals of computer hardwarde and software as well as advanced concepts in security, networking, and computer technician responsibilities. Lab exercises include assembling a computer, laptop, and troubleshooting problems. The course prepares students for the CompTIA A+ certification exam. (Additional fee required)

Division: Business and Applied Tech

Department: Information Technology

Course: CIS 2300

Title: Cisco Wireless Networking Fundamentals

Description: This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of a Cisco based wireless network. Students will become familiar with wireless network planning, designing, installation, and configuration. Students will become familiar with wireless standards and concepts covering security and troubleshooting.


Courses Taught Fall 2019

SectionScheduleInstructor
2300-300MWF3:30 pm-5:10 pmColtharp, Terrence D.
2300-310MWF3:30 pm-5:10 pmColtharp, Terrence D.

Courses Taught Spring 2020

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