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CIS 606 - Application Software Infrastructure

  • 3 credits
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Students will learn the purpose and specifications of basic computer hardware components, how the various hardware components integrate into a computer system. Further, students will learn to explain Operating Systems: processes, and process management, memory and file systems and how they are implemented in various operating systems. Additionally, students will work effectively at the UNIX/Linux command line, manipulate UNIX/Linux files with full understanding of the underlying directory structure and security, use simple UNIX/Linux tools with redirection and piping. Students will write UNIX/Linux shell scripts and perform some basic UNIX/Linux administration.

Prerequisite

Admission to the M.B.A., M.C.I.S., M.S.B.A., or M.E. program.

Important Information

Students may contact cob_cis_advisor@mail.colostate.edu with questions about enrollment or eligibility to take this course.

Instructors

Nicholas Roberts

Nick.Roberts@colostate.edu