Information Sys Analysis/TI (ISATI)
ISATI-125 COMPUTER ESSENTIALS 4.00 Credits
A first course for beginning computer users designed to introduce students who have never used a computer to the basic elements of running a computer in a comfortable, structured manner with significant instructor support in the lecture/demonstration mode. Students are exposed to computer hardware, operating systems, software, multimedia technology, communications, networking, mobile devices, acronyms, and additional computer related insights.
ISATI-126 SECURITY AWARENESS IN YOUR WORLD 4.00 Credits
An introductory course to provide students with the knowledge needed to protect computers and networks from increasingly sophisticated attacks, web applications attacks, mobile attacks, and personal security identity theft.
ISATI-127 COMPTIA SECURITY + 4.00 Credits
This course is primarily targeted at individuals with limited exposure to security concepts. It encompasses the basic body of information and skills which are required to understand the technologies which can be implemented to improve basic security. It is not the intention of the course to delve deeply into the various technical standards which impact network and operating systems security.
ISATI-204 CCNA 1:NETWORKING BASICS 4.00 Credits
This course requires full systems analysis of Local Area Networks in various hardware configuration, topologies, protocols, and operating systems environments. Installation, maintenance, and operation of all hardware and software presented is an integral part of this course. Integration of the various hardware and software components into operational systems will be required. Students will troubleshoot and repair operational systems with hardware/software faults and/or configuration problems. Data communications using TCP/IP protocol will be covered and the student will be required to display a working proficiency of these communication schemes. Operating systems supporting network protocols will be presented.
ISATI-205 CCNA 2:ROUTER BASICS 4.00 Credits
This course requires full systems analysis of Wide Area Networks in various hardware configuration, topologies, protocols, and operating systems environments. Installation, maintenance, and operation of all hardware and software presented is an integral part of this course. Students will troubleshoot and repair operational systems with hardware/software faults and/or configuration problems. Data communications using TCP/IP protocol will be covered and the student will be required to display a working proficiency of these communication schemes. Operating systems supporting network protocols including XP Professional will be presented.
ISATI-207 CCNA 3: SWITCHING BASICS AND INTERMEDIATE ROUTING 4.00 Credits
This course provides the learner with the knowledge and skills to design, configure, maintain, and scale a switched network. This course focuses on using Cisco switches connected in LANs and WANs typically found at medium-to-large network sites. A broad range of technical details on topics related to switching, including classless routing, single area OSPF, EIGRP, switching concepts and LAN design, switching configurations, Spanning Tree protocol, VLAN's and VTP. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to select and implement the appropriate IOS services required to build scalable, routed and switched networks.
ISATI-208 CCNA 4:WAN TECHNOLOGIES 4.00 Credits
Provides a continued application of the concepts and skills acquired in ISATI-207. Applied exercises lead the student through the implementation process which is required to establish and maintain a scalable routed network. In addition, the course presents applications of scaled IP addresses, WAN technologies, point-to-point protocol, ISDN and DDR, Frame Relay and network administration.
ISATI-226 VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGIES 5.00 Credits
This course presents an overview of Microsoft virtualization technology as well as VMware vSphere. The course objectives include installing, configuring and troubleshooting post-installation system settings, configuring virtual machines, and configuring applications on virtual machines.
ISATI-229 COMPUTER SECURITY & PENTESTING 4.00 Credits
Expose a student to the world of penetration testing - pentest. This is a method of evaluating computer and network security by simulating an attack on a computer system or network from external and internal threats. The process involves an active analysis of the system for any potential vulnerabilities that could result from poor or improper system configuration, both known and unknown hardware or software flaws, and operational weaknesses in process or technical countermeasures. This analysis is carried out from the position of a potential attacker and can involve active exploitation of security vulnerabilities.
ISATI-230 NOVELL/LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS 4.00 Credits
Provide the student with the skills and knowledge to effectively install, configure, administer, and use Local Area Network hardware and software. Novell 6.0 and Red Hat LINUX will be used as the network operating systems. Ethernet topologies will form the hardware environment that supports the LAN offerings. A systems approach will be followed in the installation, support and operation of the systems and their related applications.
ISATI-231 WINDOWS CLIENT 4.00 Credits
This course presents an overview of Windows 7. The main objectives for the course include, installing and upgrading Windows 7, configuring and troubleshooting post-installation system settings, configuring Windows security settings, configuring network connectivity, configuring applications included with Windows 7, maintaining and optimizing systems that run Windows 7, and configuring and troubleshooting mobile computing. This course prepares the student for the 07-680 certification examination.
ISATI-232 WINDOWS SERVER 4.00 Credits
This course presents an overview of the of the Windows Server operating system. It includes technologies that reduce the total cost of ownership and provides for scalability from a small network to a large enterprise network. Students will be required to install, upgrade, and troubleshoot Windows Server operating system. In addition, management of hardware devices, user accounts, group accounts,file access, disk and data storage, printers, group policy as well as server administration, server performance, implementing backups, Web administration, virtualization, and security will be required. Active Directory will emphasized.
ISATI-290 DIRECTED STUDY 1.00-10.00 Credits
Required study in area agreed upon by the student and the instructor. Topics might include specialized devices, new product experiments, or advanced troubleshooting.
ISATI-292 DIRECTED SPECIAL PROJECTS 1.00-10.00 Credits
Opportunity to learn advanced skills for students who are progressing at a faster than normal pace.
ISATI-294 INTERNSHIP IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 10.00 Credits
Work experience in business related to student career goals. Student is a paid part-time employee working under the supervision of the employer and program coordinator.
ISATI-310 FUNDEMENTALS OF CISCO WIRELESS LANS 4.00 Credits
The learner will demonstrate required knowledge of wireless technologies and the implementation of these technologies in wireless networks. Emphasis is placed on the areas of design, planning, implementation, operation, and troubleshooting. The course expands knowledge of and provides practical experience with wireless networks. This course prepares the student for the Wireless LAN Association certification exam CWNA (Certified Wireless Network Administrator).
ISATI-312 CCNP 1:BUILDING SCALABLE CISCO INTERNETWORKS 4.00 Credits
Designed to enhance the learner's prospects of successfully completing the CCNP certification process. In addition, this course provides preparation for the exam Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks BSCI, Prometric #642-801.
ISATI-314 CCNP 3:BUILDING CISCO MULTILAYER SWITCHED NETWORKS 4.00 Credits
A preparatory course which leads the learner through the Prometric test taking process. Designed to enhance the learner's prospects of successfully completing exam BCMSN 642-811 Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks.
ISATI-321 COMPTIA SECURITY + 5.00 Credits
This course is primarily for individuals with limited exposure to security concepts. It encompasses the basic body of information and skills which are required to understand the technologies which can be implemented to improve basic security. It is not the intention of the course to delve deeply into the various technical standards which impact network and operating systems security.
ISATI-322 WIN SRV 2008 NTWK INFRASTRUCTURE CONFIG 4.00 Credits
This course provides the student with the critical skills and knowledge needed to prepare for the Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration examination (70-642). Windows Server 2008 is a multipurpose operating system with integrated support for client/server networks. It incorporates technologies that reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) and provides for scalability from a small network to large enterprise networks. Students will be required to design, install, and troubleshoot Windows Server 2008 in a network environment. This includes configuring IP addresses and service, DNS, network access, file and print services, as well as monitoring and managing a network infrastructure.
ISATI-323 WINDOWS SERVER 2008 ACTIVE DIR CONFIG 5.00 Credits
This course equips students with the critical skills and knowledge needed to prepare for the Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration examination (70-646). Windows Server 2008 is a multipurpose operating system with integrated support for client/server networks. It incorporates technologies that reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) and provides for scalability from a small network to a large enterprise network. Students will be required to design, install and troubleshoot Windows Server 2008 Active Directory. Additionally, the student will learn about the various methods used to implement the tools and features of Windows Server 2008 based upon business and technical requirements.
ISATI-324 CCNP 4: OPTIMIZING CONV. CISCO NETWORKS 4.00 Credits
The new Cisco Intelligent Information Network (IIN) model and the Cisco Service-Oriented Network Architecture (SONA) as architectural framworks for converged networks will be introduced. The student be required to review Voice over IP (VoIP) network essentials and focus on the VoIP-related challenges in such networks. To ensure quality in a converged network, the student will deal with concepts and implementation methods for Quality of Service (QoS). In addition, the evolution of wireless security standards and the elements of the Cisco wireless LAN (WLAN) will be studied. Case studies and activities based on Cisco Integrated Service Routers (ISRs) and the converged network topics will be an integral part of this course. To successfully complete this course, the student must pass the Cisco ONT examination number 642-845.
ISATI-325 CCNP 2:IMPLEMENT SECURE CONVERGED WANS 4.00 Credits
This course will expand the reach of the enterprise network to teleworkers and remote sites. The theme of implementing a highly available network with connectivity options, such as VPN and wireless, is highlighted. To successfully complete this course, the student must pass the Cisco ISCW examination number 642-825.
ISATI-326 MS EXCHANGE SERVER 2007 4.00 Credits
This course provides information about and experience working with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. The goal is to provide a prospective networking professional with coverage of the various tasks with which an Exchange server administrator must be intimately familiar. Students will gain both the knowledge and skills they need to prepare for the Microsoft Certification examination 70-236, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Configuration.
ISATI-327 CCNP ROUTE 4.00 Credits
This course is designed to enhance the learner's prospects of successfully implementing complex network solutions utilizing advanced IP addressing schemes and routing protocols which support extremely large networks. To successfully complete this course, the learner must pass the Cisco ROUTE examination #642-902.
ISATI-328 CCNP SWITCH 4.00 Credits
This course will prepare the learner to design, test, implement, and troubleshoot switched network solutions. To successfully complete this course, the learner must pass the Cisco SWITCH examination #642-813.
ISATI-329 CCNP TSHOOT 4.00 Credits
The goal of the TSHOOT course is to assist the learner in passing the CCNP TSHOOT exam. In the process of completing the accompanying materials, the student will gain the ability to effectively troubleshoot advanced Cisco network solutions and identify remedial actions which could be implemented. To successfully complete this course, the learner must pass the Cisco CCNP TSHOOT examination #642-832.
ISATI-336 CWNA:CERTIFIED WIRELESS NETWORK ADMIN 4.00 Credits
This course is designed to enhance the learner's prospects of successfully completing Wireless LAN Association Certification exam CWNA (Certified Wireless Network Administrator). To successfully complete this course, the learner must pass the CWNA Exam #PW0-104.
ISATI-337 CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE, SECURITY (CCNAS) 4.00 Credits
The material in this course prepares the student for successful completion of the 640-553 CCNAS certification exam. The course addresses a range of technologies that facilitate how people work, live, play, and learn by communicating with voice, video, and other data in a secure manner. To successfully complete this course, the learner must pass the CCNAS examination #640-553.
ISATI-338 CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE VOICE (CCNAV) 4.00 Credits
The Cisco Certified Network Associate Voice (CCNA Voice) validates associate-level knowledge and skills required to administer a voice network. The Cisco CCNA Voice certification confirms that the required skill set for specialized job roles in voice technologies such as voice technologies administrator, voice engineer, and voice manager. To successfully complete this course, the learner must pass the CCNAV examination #640-460.
ISATI-339 COMPUTER VIRTUALIZATION 5.00 Credits
The VMware vSphere class offers an in-depth exploration of virtualization with ESXi Server and vCenter. This course covers all the bases and emphasizes best practice techniques for maintaining a production VMware vSphere environment. Class members will install and configure an ESXi 5 Server and then configure a complete VMware vSphere environment. Once the class has configured the virtual environment, they will cluster the classroon ESXi Servers and explore the more advanced vSphere concepts like Distributed Resource Scheduling, High Availability and Distributed Power Management.
ISATI-367 VISUAL PROGRAMMING 5.00 Credits
Development of tools used in Visual C++ including IDE and several other utilities. Develop Windows applications and demonstrate practical application of Microsoft Foundation Classes including database classes.
ISATI-390 DIRECTED STUDY IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 1.00-10.00 Credits
Opportunity to learn advanced skills for students progressing at a faster than normal pace.
ISATI-402 NOVELL/LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS 5.00 Credits
Introduce the student to the usage and administration of the linux operating system and assist with preparation for the Linux+ certification (XK0-001).
ISATI-410 SQL SERVER ADMINISTRATION 3.00 Credits
Students will program data warehousing employing security, failover clustering, scalability, XML, and digital dashboards in the design of business-driven solutions151and prepare for the exam that is required for Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA). This self-directed course requires 90 documented in class hours in addition to the required 30 homework/application hours.
ISATI-422 CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKING 4.00 Credits
This course will immerse the student into an interactive environment where they will be shown how to scan, test, hack, and secure their own systems. The lab intensive environment gives each student in-depth knowledge and practical experience with the current essential security systems. To successfully complete this course, the learner must pass the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker exam #312-50.
ISATI-477 SENIOR PROJECTS 4.00 Credits
Students will demonstrate competence in the major through a culminating project which presents a written, oral, pictorial, and computer interactive summary of the work done in the major or of a comprehensive senior-level project.
ISATI-490 DIRECTED STUDY IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 1.00-10.00 Credits
Opportunity to learn advanced skills for students progressing at a faster than normal pace.
ISATI-492 DIRECTED SPECIAL PROJECTS 1.00-10.00 Credits
The student will study specialized topics emerging from discipline.
ISATI-494 INTERNSHIP IN SYSTEM ANALYSIS 10.00 Credits