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  1. CIT 1210 Visual Programming

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    This is an introductory programming course with emphasis on developing basic skills necessary to write event driven, object oriented windows applications. Topics include: handling various types of controls, their properties and events; conditional statements; looping; accessing/creating sequential files; reusable code modules; and array handling. Visual Basic.Net and the Visual Studio.Net environment are currently used in this course to enforce concepts. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      9:00 AM - 11:15 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Starting out with Visual Basic 2012 6th ediiton
        Author(s)
        Gaddis
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780133128086
        Cost
        $122.70
    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      8:00 PM - 10:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Starting out with Visual Basic 2012 6th ediiton
        Author(s)
        Gaddis
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780133128086
        Cost
        $122.70
  2. CIT 1241 Microcomputers

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    This course focuses on desktop computing, including the installation, configuration and trouble-shooting of hardware, software, operating systems and applications. An introduction to network topologies, protocols and modeling is also included. Students will participate in hands-on projects in these areas. Upon completion of this course, students should be prepared to pass the CompTIA A+ Certification. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        PC Pro (A+ 2012 objectives) - Exam #220-801/802
        Author(s)
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781935080428
        Cost
        $0.00
    • Section:
      DC02M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      11:00 AM - 12:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        PC Pro (A+ 2012 objectives) - Exam #220-801/802
        Author(s)
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781935080428
        Cost
        $0.00
    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        PC Pro (A+ 2012 objectives) - Exam #220-801/802
        Author(s)
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781935080428
        Cost
        $0.00
  3. CIT 1310 Windows Scripting

    Credits:
    2
    Lecture Hours:
    1
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $35.00
    Course Description:

    This course covers the Visual Basic Scripting (VBScript) language and its usage in writing system utility programs in the Windows environment running Windows Script Host (WSH). VBScript files can be written to directly access and manipulate Windows resources such as the Windows desktop, file system, registry, and printers. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    CIT1210LBLE
    Corequisites:
  4. CIT 1345 Infrastructure Management

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    This course will introduce the student to network infrastructure concepts for both copper wired and optic fiber wired networks. The sutdent will learn how to plan a structured network, how to terminate and splice both copper and fiber optic cable and how to test and troubleshoot both copper and fiber optic cable. At the end of the class the final exam can be used as the certification exam for the FOA (Fiber Optic Association) CFOT (Certified Fiber Optic Technician) certificate.

    Prerequisites:
    CIT1241LBLE
    Corequisites:
    CIT1400LBLE
  5. CIT 1400 Networking I

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    5
    Lab Fee:
    $93.00
    Course Description:

    Part 1- This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP adressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. By the end of the course, students will be able to build simple LANS, perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implemenmt IP addressing schemes. Part 2 - This course describes the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small network. Students learn how to configure a router and a switch for basic functionality. By the end of theis course students will be prepared to take the CCENT exam and meet the prerequisitie of the follow-up Networking 2 course.

    Prerequisites:
    CIT1241LBLE
    Corequisites:
    CIT1345LELB
  6. CIT 1990 Transfer-In 100 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  7. CIT 1991 Transfer Module 100 lever transfer

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  8. CIT 2010 Computer Security and Forensics

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    This Course will prepare a student to pass the Security+ Certification. The student will learn about the technologies used and principles involved in creating a secure computer networking environment. Computer Forensics will also be introduced to the students. Students will learn current computer forensics tools as well as the legal and ethical implications behind computer forensics. Hands-On activities include using computer tools to help secure a computer and to forensically analyze data.

    Prerequisites:
    CIT1400LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      9:00 AM - 10:45 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations Processing Digital Evidence
        Author(s)
        Bill Nelson
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781285060033
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        Comptia Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals
        Author(s)
        Mark Ciampa
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781305093911
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        Guide to Computer Forensics and Comptia Security (Bundle)
        Author(s)
        Bill Nelson and Mark Ciampa
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781305779990
        Cost
        $0.00
    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      7:30 PM - 9:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations Processing Digital Evidence
        Author(s)
        Bill Nelson
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781285060033
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        Comptia Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals
        Author(s)
        Mark Ciampa
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781305093911
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        Guide to Computer Forensics and Comptia Security (Bundle)
        Author(s)
        Bill Nelson and Mark Ciampa
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781305779990
        Cost
        $0.00
  9. CIT 2200 Database

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    An in-depth look at database structure and design via the Relational Database model. Concepts covered include normalized tables, relationships, querying via QBE and SQL, client-server considerations, concurrent data access, and database management tasks. Objects to enhance a user’s view of the data are introduced. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    CIT1210LBLE
    Corequisites:
  10. CIT 2220 Databases and Client/Server Programming

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    This course emphasizes development of client/server applications accessing a true client/server database. Topics include ActiveX Data Objects (ADO.Net), databound controls such as datagrids and list controls, implementing security, server side (data base) techniques and a comparison of client verses server side roles in a client/server application. Visual Basic.Net and MS SQL Server are used in this class to develop both windows and web based projects. (Fall

    Prerequisites:
    CIT1210LBLE AND CIT2200LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      1:00 PM - 3:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Advanced Visual Basic 2010 5th Edition
        Author(s)
        Kip Irvine & Tony Gaddis
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780132316743
        Cost
        $122.70
  11. CIT 2260 Introduction to C/C++

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $90.00
    Course Description:

    This course introduces Procedural Oriented and object oriented concepts such as instantiation, polymorphism, inheritance, and encapsulation. Students will learn how to create classes, objects, and member functions. C++ data types, pointers, structures, and arrays will be covered. Students will use C++ to create object oriented console programs.

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2015

    • Section:
      HC01M
      Offer Days:
      W
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Starting Out with C++ from Control Structures Through Objects, 8th Edition
        Author(s)
        Tony Gaddis
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780133769395
        Cost
        $0.00
  12. CIT 2400 Networking II

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    5
    Lab Fee:
    $90.00
    Course Description:

    Part 1 - This course describes the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in larger and more complex networks. Students learn how to configure routers and switches for advanced functionality. By the end of this course, students will be able to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches and resolve common issues with OSPF, EIGRP, and STP in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Suudents will also develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement a WLAN in a small-to-medium network. Part 2 - This course discusses the WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in a complex network. The course enables students to understand the selection criteria of network devices and WAN technologies to meet network requirements. Students learn how to configure and troubleshoot network devices and resolve common issues with data link protocols. Students will also develop the knowledge and skills needed to implement virtual private network (VPN) operations in a complex network. By the end of this course students will be prepared to take the CCNA exam.

    Prerequisites:
    CIT1400LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2015

    • Section:
      HC02M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        LAN Switching & Wireless Exploration 1st edition
        Author(s)
        Lewis
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781587132735
        Cost
        $59.85
      • Title
        Accessing the WAN Exploration 1st edition
        Author(s)
        Vachon
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781587133497
        Cost
        $59.85
  13. CIT 2640 Server Management

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    The goal of this course is to prepare students for the real-world challenges of a Microsoft networking professional. It is designed for students interested in learning Microsoft desktop and server platforms. The course includes extensive hands-on projects and exercises which reinforce Microsoft Windows Server skills. Specific topic coverage includes: an introduction to the Microsoft server platform, installing a Windows server, configuring the Windows server environment, an introduction to Active Directory and account management, configuring, managing, and troubleshooting resource access, and configuring Windows server printing configuring Remote Access Services, and securing a Windows server. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    CIT1400LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/19 - 12/13
      Time From - To:
      11:00 AM - 12:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        MCSA Guide to Installing and Configuring Microsoft Windows Server 2012/R2
        Author(s)
        Greg Tomsho
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781285868653
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        (Bundle) MCSA Guide & Essential Linux Adminstration
        Author(s)
        Greg Tomsho and Chuck Easttom
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781305780002
        Cost
        $0.00
      • Title
        Essential Linux Administration
        Author(s)
        Chuck Easttom
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781435459564
        Cost
        $0.00
  14. CIT 2702 Special Topics 2 Credits

    Credits:
    2
    Lecture Hours:
    1
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $40.00
    Course Description:

    Special Topics for 2 credit hours.

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  15. CIT 2901 DSM Capstone

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course is offered in an online format to allow students to work independently and also use online tools to discuss course topics with their instructor and peers. This course includes advanced topics in providing customer service, dealing with common support problems, evaluating products, installing and managing end-user computers, creating user materials, training users, and developing a user support utility kit. An industry standard project planning application is used. This course also includes a community service component with a minimum of 20 hours. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    College Level=Sophomore
    Corequisites:
  16. CIT 2902 SNS Capstone

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    This course includes advanced topics in developing a networking environment by combining infrastructure topics and server management. Activities will include medias (guided and unguided), alternate inputs, infrastructure management and documentation, and server management. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    CIT2400LBLE AND CIT2640LBLE
    Corequisites:
  17. CIT 2903 CIS Capstone

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    This course includes advanced topics in developing client-server applications involving database manipulation. An integrated computer system will be utilized in this course. Exercises may involve one or many of the following: Web development, Smart Device (PDA) application development and/or Windows application development. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    CIT2220LBLE
    Corequisites:
  18. CIT 2980 Desktop Management Work Experience

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $20.00
    Course Description:

    The student participates in a work experience program for 10-30 hours per week in a faculty-supervised environment relating to the Desktop Management course of study. Each week the student summarizes the duties performed, how the experience relates to the technical area, and completes a self-assessment evaluation. The supervisor and instructor work with the student in developing positive progress and performance. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    Major=Comp Systems, Desktop Support, AAB AND College Level=Sophomore
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    SUMM 2015

    • Section:
      DC01R
      Offer Days:
      Date:
      5/18 - 8/7
      Time From - To:
      1:00 AM - 1:00 AM
      Room Name:
      OFF-CAMP
      Books
    • Title
      There are no books for this class
  19. CIT 2990 Transfer-In 200 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  20. CIT 2991 Transfer Module 200 level transfer

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites: