Course ISE 39X
Title Special Topics in Information Systems
Credits 3
Course Coordinator

Information Systems Undergraduate Director


Fall 2010: [Special Topics in] Network Administration Introduces students to the tools and techniques necessary to administer a network in today's complex computing environment. The course covers the types of networking media, topologies, protocols, standards and basics of network implementation and support. Included are discussions of protocol classes, packet filtering, address filtering, network management, and hardware such as protocol analyzers, repeaters, routers, and bridges.


CSE or ISE major; U3 or U4 standing. Additional prerequisite may be required depending on topic. Fall 2010: [Special Topics in] Network Administration ISE 208, ISE major

Course Outcomes

This course requires no textbooks.

Major Topics Covered in Course

Varies by topic

Laboratory Projects

Not Applicable

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