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ITE 310 Computer Networks

4 Credit(s)
This course begins with an introduction to computer networks, including hardware, software, troubleshooting, and maintenance.  IT professionals need to understand various components of the networking infrastructure of an organization as well as the various protocols and standards used to implement these infrastructures.  TCP/IP stack will be presented with discussion of OSI layered model and data/control flow through each layer using top-down or bottom-up approaches. Understanding of networking protocols, TCP/IP stack and troubleshooting, and maintenance of networks will be given through class lectures as well as labs.  Three lecture hours and three hours of scheduled laboratory per week. Prerequisites: ITE 105 , ITE 201 .