Technical aspects of information communications, business considerations; wireless technology, architecture, and applications. Upon completion of CIS620, successful students will be able to (1) Describe, explain, name, list, identify, and recognize the concepts, components, and uses of operating systems / networking. (2) Demonstrate through hands-on activities the ability to set-up and trouble-shoot hardware and software for a computer network in Linux and Windows. (3) And, compare and contrast various approaches to networking, describe or identify tradeoffs to each approach, and explain or recognize ways to choose which type of network to implement in a given situation.
CIS 606 (Application Software Infrastructure); admission to the M.B.A., M.C.I.S., M.S.B.A., or M.E. program.
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