GRADUATE COURSE PROPOSAL OR REVISION, Cover Sheet

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KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY

GRADUATE COURSE PROPOSAL OR REVISION,

Cover Sheet
(10/02/2002)


Course Number/Program Name
CS
7070

Advance Networking Protocols
/

MS
-
CS

Department

Computer Science

Degree Title (if applicable)

M.S.

Computer Science

Propos
ed Effective Date

Fall
, 2012


Check one or more of the following and complete the appropriate sections:





Sections to be Completed


X

New Course Proposal

II, III, IV, V, VII




Course Title Change

I, II, III




Course Number Change

I, II, III




Course

Credit Change

I, II, III




Course Prerequisite Change

I, II, III




Course Description Change

I, II, III



Notes:

If proposed changes to an existing course are substantial (credit hours, title, and description), a new course with a
new number should be
proposed.

A new Course Proposal (Sections II, III, IV, V, VII) is required for each new course proposed as part of a new
program.


Current catalog information (Section I) is required for each existing course incorporated into the
program.

Minor changes to

a course can use the simplified
E
-
Z Course Change Form.



Submitted by:



Victor A.

Clincy

10
/
3
/20
11







Faculty Member


Date


Approved


Not Approved











Department Curriculum Committee

Date


Approved


Not Approved











Department Chair


Date


Approved


Not Approved











College Curriculum Committee


Date


Approved


Not Approved











College Dean


Date


Approved


Not Approved











GPCC Chair


Date


Approved


Not Approved











Dean, Graduate College


Date


Approved


Not Approved











Vice President for Academic Affairs

Date


Approved


Not Approved











President


Date


KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY

GRADUATE COURSE
/
CONCENTRATION/PROGRAM CHANGE


I.

Current Information (Fill in for changes)

Page
Number in Current Catalog



Course Prefix and Number



Course Title



Credit Hours



Prerequisites



Description (or Current Degree Requirements)


II.

Proposed Information (Fill in for changes and new courses)

Course Prefix and Number

CS 7070

Course Title

Advanced Networking Protocols

Credit Hours


3
-
0
-
3

Prerequisites
CS 6060 Wireless and Mobile Computing


Description (or Proposed Degree Requirements)


This course covers the
stud
y of the
modern networking protocols, including the
TCP/IP
protocol suite
, addr
essing, IPV6, routing, security
.


III.

Justification


This course is
an
elective

course

in

the MS
-
Computer Science program.
This
course focuses on the learning objectives associated with modern networking
technologies and protocols.


This course contribu
tes to
the following Program Objective
:


P.L.O. 2
:

Students will be required to demonstrate that they have in
-
depth knowledge of
at least two fields within computer science.




IV.

Additional Information (for New Courses only)

Instructor:
Dr. Victor Cli
ncy

Text:
TCP/IP Protocol Suite
, 3
rd

Edition, Behrouz Forouzan

Prerequisite:
CS 6060 Wireless and Mobile Computing


Objectives:




Students will
be able to explain

the
TCP/IP protocol sui
te
.



Students will
be able to explain

the importance of standards and
the

OSI ref
erence model
& protocol layering.



Students will
be able to explain

IP addressing, classes, subnetting.



Students will
be able to explain

routing and
router functionality



Students will
be able to explain

Flow control
.



Students will
be able to expl
ain

IPv6 and ICMPv6)
.


Instructional Method

Lectures

and Projects


Method of Evaluation

Four exams and 4
-
5 project assignments


V.

Resources and Funding Required (New Courses only)


No new resources or funding is required.


Resource

Amount


Faculty


$0


Ot
her Personnel


$0


Equipment


$0


Supplies


$0


Travel


$0


New Books


$0


New Journals


$0


Other (Specify)


$0



TOTAL


$0


Funding Required Beyond

Normal Departmental Growth


$0










VI. COURSE MASTER FORM


This form will be completed by the reques
ting department and will be sent to the Office of the
Registrar once the course has been approved by the Office of the President.

The form is required for all new courses.




DISCIPLINE


Computer

Science


COURSE NUMBER


CS
7070


COURSE TITLE FOR LABEL


A
dv Net Protoc

CLASS
-
LAB
-
CREDIT HOURS


3
-
0
-
3


Approval, Effective Term


Fall 2012


Grades Allowed (Regular or S/U)


Regular


If course used to satisfy CPC, what areas?




Learning Support Programs courses which are


required as prerequisites













APPROVED:




_________
_______________________________________

Vice President for Academic Affairs or Designee __


VII
Attach Syllabus


KENNESAW STATE UNIVE
RSITY

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

Spring 2013

CS 7070 Advanced Networking Protocols (TH 6:
00pm)

Dr. Clincy



Course
Description:

This course covers the study of the modern networking protocols, including the TCP/IP protocol
suite, addressing, IPV6, routing, security.


Learning
Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student
will gain an understanding of the TCP/IP protocol
suite and how it is are used in data communications on the Internet. Prior to covering protocols, critical
concepts covered in CSIS2520 will be reviewed. The student will gain the following understanding:

RFC’s;
the importance of standards; underlying network technologies; OSI reference model & protocol layering,
TCP/IP reference model, Internet addressing (classful and classless), subnetting, supernetting, variable
-
length, ARP; RARP; BOOTP; DHCP; DNS, IP;

ICMP; router functionality, dynamic versus static routing,
routing tables, unicast routing (RIP, BGP, OSPF), routing algorithms (link state, distance vector), a multicast
routing algorithm (path vector), multicast routing protocols (MOSPF, DVMRP, CBT, PIM
), MBONE,
IGMP,
End
-
to
-
end dat agram delivery
, Flow cont rol, UDP and TCP,
Privat e Net works, Virt ual Net works,
NAT (address t ranslat ion), Next Generat ion IP (IPv6, ICMPv6), Int ranet, Ext ranet, VPN Technology,
Privacy, IP Level Securit y, and IPSec

Prerequisi
tes:

N/A

Textbook and
Resources:

TCP/IP Protocol Suite, 3
rd

Edition, Behrouz Forouzan

Professor:

Dr. Clincy

Office:

CL 3027

Email Address:

vclincy@kennesaw.edu

Phone:

770
-
420
-
4440

Office Hours:

Office Hours:

????

Course Time &
Location:

TH 6:00pm
-
8:45pm, CL???

Fax Number:

770
-
423
-
6731




Tentative Course Outline:

Subject to Change


General Topic & Exam Coverage

Lecture
Coverage

Chapters (in
order)

Exam 1

-

I
ntroduction and Overview of Underlying Technol
ogies:

RFC’s; the importance of standards; underlying network technologies; OSI reference
model & protocol layering, etc..

1 through 5

1, 2, and 3

Exam 2
-

Addressing Issues:

IP, Internet addresses (classful and classless), subnetting and supernetting, A
RP; RARP;
BOOTP; DHCP; DNS, etc..

6 through 11


8, 4, 5, 7, 16 and 17

Exam 3
-

Network Layer Protocols:


ICMP; router functionality, dynamic versus static routing, routing tables, unicast routing
(RIP, BGP, OSPF), routing algorithms (link state, distance
vector)

12 through 15


9, 6, and 14

Exam 3


Multicast Routing

multicasting, routing algorithm (path vector), multicast routing protocols (MOSPF,
DVMRP, CBT, PIM), MBONE, IGMP,
End
-
to
-
end dat agram delivery
, and Flow cont rol

16 through 17

15 and 10

Exam 4



Transport Layer Protocol s, Pri vate Networks, Vi rtual Networks, NAT,
Next Generati on IP and Cri ti cal Revi ew (OSI & TCP/IP Model s)

UDP and TCP, Intranet, Extranet, VPN Technology, Privacy, Address Translation, NAT,
IPv6, ICMPv6, transitioning from IPv4 t
o IPv6

18 through 21

11, 12, 26, 28.6, and
27




Tentative Course Schedule:

Subject to Change (CS7070, TH, 6:00pm CL????)

Week

Dates

Activity

1

1/8/2013

Lecture 1, Lecture 2

2

1/15/2013

Lecture 3, Lecture 4 (Assign Individual Project 1)

3

1/22/2013

Lecture 5, Lecture 6

4

1/29/2013

Exam 1 (over lectures 1
-
5), Lecture 7 (Assign Individual Project 2)

5

2/5/2013

Lecture 8, Lecture 9 (Assign Individual Project 3)

6

2/12/2013

Lecture 10, Lecture 11 (Assign Final Team Project)

7

2/19/2013

Exam 2 (over l
ectures 6
-
11), 1st Mandatory Team Meeting

8

2/26/2013

Lecture 12, Lecture 13 (Assign Individual Project 4)

9

3/5/2013

Lecture 14, Lecture 15

10

3/12/2013

Spring Break

11

3/19/2013

Lecture 16, Lecture 17

12

3/26/2013

Exam 3 (over lectures 12
-
17)

13

4/
2/2013

Lecture 18, Lecture 19

14

4/9/2013

Lecture 20, Lecture 21

15

4/16/2013

2nd Mandatory Team Meeting

16

4/23/2013

Presentations

17

4/30/2013

Presentations

18

5/7/2013

Exam 4 (over lectures 18
-
21)



Assessment:


Grade Evaluation:

5 Projects
(P
rojects 1
-
4 4%/each,
Final Project 12/%)

28%



Exam 1

18%

A

90%
-

100%

Exam 2

18%

B

80%
-

89%

Exam 3

18%

C

70%
-

79%

Exam 4

18%

D

60%
-

69%



F

59% or below


Academic Honesty
:
Every KSU student is responsible for upholding the provisions of the Stud
ent
Code of Conduct, as published in the Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs. Section II of the Student
Code of Conduct addresses the University's policy on academic honesty, including provisions regarding
plagiarism and cheating, unauthorized access to Un
iversity materials, misrepresentation/falsification of
University records or academic work, malicious removal, retention, or destruction of library materials,
malicious/intentional misuse of computer facilities and/or services, and misuse of student identi
fication
cards. Incidents of alleged academic misconduct will be handled through the established procedures of
the University Judiciary Program, which includes either an "informal" resolution by a faculty member,
resulting in a grade adjustment, or a forma
l hearing procedure, which may subject a student to the Code
of Conduct's minimum one semester suspension requirement.

Students are encouraged to study together and to work to
gether on lab assignments
as per the
instructor’s specifications for each assignm
ent
; however, the provisions of the STUDENT CONDUCT
REGULATIONS, II. Academic Honesty, KS
U

Undergraduate Catalog will be strictly enforced in this class.


Disability policy.

Kennesaw State University provides program accessibility and reasonable
accommoda
tions for persons identified as disabled under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973 or the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. A number of services are available to help
disabled students with their academic work. In order to make arrangement
s for special services,
students must visit the Office of Disabled Student Support Services (770
-
423
-
6443) and arrange
an individual assistance plan. In some cases, certification of disability is required. It is the
student’s responsibility to take care of

this at the beginning of the semester.