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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: CAREER/TECHNICAL DISCIPLINES


COMPUTER MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

(
CPT
)



Detail for CIP Code 15.1202


Title:

Computer Technology/Computer Systems Technology.

Definition:

A program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering pri
nciples and
technical skills in support of professionals who use computer systems. Includes instruction in
basic computer design and architecture, programming, problems of specific computer
applications, component and system maintenance and inspection proc
edures, hardware and
software problem diagnosis and repair, and report preparation.


Click here for approved Plans of Instruction


TRANSFER CODE DESIGNATIONS


CODE A

=
AGSC approved transfer courses in Areas I
-
IV that are common to all instituti
ons.


CODE B
=
Area V courses that are deemed appropriate to the degree and pre
-
major
requirements of individual students.


CODE C

=
Potential Area V transfer courses that are subject to approval by respective receiving
institutions.

September 24, 2012


SU
MMARY OF CHANGES

FROM 2/22/10

Date

CRS #

COURSE TITLE

RECENT CHANGES

3/15/10

110

DC Fundamentals

Added this course.

3/15/10

161

Introduction to Networking
Communications

Added this course

from CIS course
directory
.

3/15/10

165

Network Lab

Added this co
urse

from CIS course
directory.

Summar
y of changes from 2/1/10

2/1/10

111

Analog Electronic Fundamentals

Removed prerequisites

2/1/10

120

Web Page Authoring

Removed prerequisites

2/1/10

130

Intro to Information Systems

New course added at request of
Fa
ulkner State

2/1/10

140

Personal Computing Service

Deleted

2/1/10

158

Fundamentals of Wireless LANS

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

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2/1/10

161

AS/400 Operations

Deleted

2/1/10

162

AS/400 Utilities

Deleted

2/1/10

180

Special Topics in Com
puter
Maintenance Technology

Moved from CPT 181, removed variable
credit, made 3
-
0
-
3.

2/1/10

181

Special Topics in Computer
Maintenance Technology

Moved from CPT 182, removed variable
credit, made 0
-
1
-
1.

2/1/10

182

Help Desk Applications

New course added

at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

200

Networking Technologies

Removed prerequisites

2/1/10

201

Internet Technologies and
Infrastructure

Deleted

2/1/10

207

Introduction to Web Development

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

210

Netwo
rk Administration

Deleted

2/1/10

212

Networking Systems

Edited Course Description

2/1/10

220

Microcomputer Electronics

Removed prerequisites

2/1/10

221

Network Service and Support

Removed prerequisites

2/1/10

223

Network Administration

Deleted

2/1/10

224

Network Installation and Design

Removed prerequisite, rewrote the
course description.

2/1/10

226

Computer Support

Edited course description

2/1/10

230

Digital Electronics

Removed prerequisite, edited course
description

2/1/10

232

Network Design and
Implementation

Removed prerequisite

2/1/10

240

Network Software

Deleted

2/1/10

261

CL Programming

Deleted

2/1/10

262

Advanced CL Programming

Deleted

2/1/10

266

Firewalls & Network Security

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

267

Struc
tured Cabling

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

268

Software Support

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

269

Hardware Support

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

270

Cisco I

New course added at reques
t of
Faulkner State

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2/1/10

271

Cisco I
I

Deleted CPT 271
AS/400
Communications

and added this n
ew
course at
the
request of Faulkner State

2/1/10

272

Cisco I
II

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

273

Cisco I
V

New course added at request o
f
Faulkner State

2/1/10

276

Server Administration

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

277

Network Services Administration

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

278

Directory Services Administration

New course added at req
uest of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

279

Network Infrastructure Design

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

280

Network Security

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

282

Computer Forensics and
Investigation

New course added at r
equest of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

283

Network Defense and
Countermeasures

New course added at request of
Faulkner State

2/1/10

288

Linux Administration

New course added at request of
Faulkner State


DPT

CRS


COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

110

DC FUND
AMENTALS

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

3/15
/2010

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by program.



This course introduces fundamental laws of
direct current
. Topics include electronics and circuits.


DPT

CRS


COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

111

ANALO
G ELECTRONIC
FUNDAMENTALS

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/2010

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by program.



This course introduces fundamental laws of analog electronics. Topics include electronics and
circuits.


DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

120

WEB PAGE AUTHORING

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/2010

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by program.


This course describes the purpose and function of HTML Editors as well as the available HTML
Editors. Basic HTML authoring and emp
hasis on the use of CGI scripts and forms to create
customized and interactive web pages will be presented.


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DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

130

INTRO TO INFORMATION
SYSTEMS

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/
1
/
10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As re
quired by college.


This course is an introduction to computers that reviews computer hardware and software
concepts such as equipment, operations, communications, programming and their past, present
and future impact on society. Topics include computer h
ardware, various types of computer
software, communication technologies and program development using computers to execute
software packages and/or to write simple programs. Upon completion, students should be
able
to
describe and use the major components
of selected computer software and hardware.


DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

1
5
8

FUNDAMENTALS OF
WIRELESS LANS

3

0

3

Course Description

Added

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


This course is an introductory course abou
t the design, planning, implementation, operation, and
troubleshooting of wireless networks. It is intended to prepare students for the Cisco Wireless
LAN Support Specialist designation.


DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

161

INTRODUCTION TO

NETWORKING
COMMUNICATIONS

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

3/15/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This course is designed to introduce students to basic concepts

of computer networks.
Emphasis is placed on terminology and technology involved in implementing selected networked
systems. The course covers various network models, topologies, communications protocols,
transmission media, networking hardware and softwa
re, and network troubleshooting. Students
gain hands
-
on experience in basic networking. This course further helps prepare students for
certification.
NOTE:


CIS
CO I may be used as a suitable substitute for this course. However,
C
PT

161

will not substit
ute for
CIS
CO I.



DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

165

NETWORK LAB

0

1

1

Course Description

Add
ed

3/15/10

CODE C


COREQUISITE: As required by college.


This lab is designed to allow instructors to provide additional implementation of netw
orking
concepts as needed. This course may be duplicated with an alpha suffix added to the course
number.

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DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

18
0

SPECIAL TOPICS IN
COMPUTER MAINTENANCE

TECHNOLOGY

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE
C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by college


These courses provide specialized instruction in various areas related to the computer
maintenance industry. Emphasis is placed on meeting students' needs



DPT

CRS


COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

18
1

SPECIAL
TOPICS IN
COMPUTER MAINTENANCE

TECHNOLOGY

0

1

1

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.



These courses provide specialized instruction in various areas related to the computer
maintenance industry. Emphasis is pla
ced on meeting students' needs



DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

1
82

HELP DESK APPLICATIO
NS

3

0

3

Course Description

Added

2/1/10


CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.



The main purpose of this course is to provide students with a

comprehensive understanding of
the helpdesk environment and the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to work in the user
support industry. Students will learn problem
-
solving and communication skills that are very
valuable when providing user suppor
t. Through hands
-
on exercises and case projects students
will learn how to apply their knowledge and develop their ideas and skills.



DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

200

NETWORKING
TECHNOLOGIES

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE
C


PREREQUISITE:

As required by program.


This course covers the basic concepts and prerequisites of network computing which provides
the background information needed to prepare for network management and certification.





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DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

207

INTRODUCTION TO WEB
DEVELOPMENT

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

At the conclusion of this course, stu
dents will be able to use specified markup languages to
develop basic Web pages.


DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

212

NETWORKING SYSTEMS

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.


This course cover
s networking systems

operation including

r
outing,
switching, s
ecurity,

network
h
ardware, etc.





DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

220

MICROCOMPUTER
ELECTRONICS

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by pro
gram.



This course introduces the student to the basic hardware and software of a microcomputer
system. Hardware topics include the microprocessor, computer memory, the system bus, and the
input/output system.



DPT

CRS


COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

C
PT

221

NETWORK SERVICE AND
SUPPORT

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by program.


This course covers the installation of network
-
related hardware and the prevention, diagnosis and
resolution of hardware
-
related net
working problems.



DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

224

NETWORK INSTALLATION

AND DESIGN

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/
5
/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by program.


This course covers upgrading, migrating and installing networks.
It is designed to provide
students with the necessary skills to install, configure and maintain an intranet. Students will
receive step
-
by
-
step instruction on how to incorporate the service components of DNS, DHCP,
RRAS, file, print and security.

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DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

226

COMPUTER SUPPORT

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As

required by program.

This course will provide the student with an overview of the knowledge, skills, and abilities
necessary for em
ployment in the user support industry.


Both software and hardware support
issues are addressed through case projects and hands
-
on exercises.

Emphasis is placed on
Help
-
Desk skills.





DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

230

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by program.


This course introduces the student to fundamentals necessary to understand complex computer
circuitry. Subjects include: computer numbering systems, basic gates, combi
nation logic,
registers, counters, computer codes, and related digital circuits.




DPT

CRS

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

232

NETWORK DESIGN AND
IMPLEMENTATION

3

0

3

Course Description

Updated

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:
As required by program.

T
his course covers how to design and create a network implementation plan for a case
-
study
company. Interactive group activities lead the student through this process to assess the needs of
the case company.




DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

2
66

FIREWALLS & NETWORK
SECURITY

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


This course provides students with d
etailed examinations of the application of technical controls
to protect the confidentiality, integ
rity, and availability of information and information assets.
The
course covers

various
tools, techniques, and technologies
for

protecti
ng

information from internal
and external threats. Topics covered include: firewall configurations, hardening operating
systems, intrusion detection systems, and virtual private networks.



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DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

26
7

STRUCTURED CABLING

3

0

3

Course Description

Added

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


This course provides students

an introduction to data, voice, and video cabling. This course will
address the latest developments in premises cabling, including technologies and applications in
copper, fiber, and wireless cabling. This course will also cover important background infor
mation
and resources regarding the most recent cabling standards, which are an integral part of this fast
-
paced industry. This course also provides students with hands
-
on practical experience in cabling.




DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

268

SOFTWARE SUPPORT

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This course provides students with hands
-
on practical experience in inst
alling computer software,
operating systems, and trouble
-
shooting. The class will help to prepare participants for the A+
Certification sponsored by CompTIA.




DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

269

HARDWARE SUPPORT

3

0

3

Course Description

Ad
d
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This course provides students with hands
-
on practical experience in installing computer
hardware

and trouble
-
shooting.


The class will help to prepare participants for the A+ Certification
sponsored by CompTIA.




DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

270

CIS
CO I

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


This course is

the first part of a four part curriculum leading to CISCO Certified Network Associate
(CCNA) certification.


The content of this course is based on current requirements from the
CISCO Networking Academy certification standards.



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DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

271

CIS
CO II

3

0

3

Course Description

Added

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This course is the second part of a four part curricu
lum leading to CISCO Certified Network
Associate (CCNA) certification.


The content of this course is based on current requirements from
the CISCO Networking Academy certification standards.



DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

272

CIS
CO III

3

0

3

Course Description

Added

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


This course is the third part of a four part curriculum leading to CISCO Certified Network
Associate (CCNA) certification.


The content of this course is based on current
requirements from
the CISCO Networking Academy certification standards.



DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

273

CIS
CO IV

3

0

3

Course Description

Added

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by program.


This course is the fourth part of a

four part curriculum leading to CISCO Certified Network
Associate (CCNA) certification.


The content of this course is based on current requirements from
the CISCO Networking Academy certification standards.




DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CP
T

2
76

SERVER ADMINISTRATIO
N

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This course introduces network operating system administratio
n. Topics included in this course
are network operating system software installation, administration, monitoring, and maintenance;
user, group, and computer account management; shared resource management; and server
hardware management. Students gain han
ds
-
on experience in managing and maintaining a
network operating system environment.



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DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

277

NETWORK SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This course provides an introduction to the administration of fundamental networking services
and protocols. Topics included in this course are implementing, managing, and ma
intaining
essential network operating system services such as those for client address management, name
resolution, security, routing, and remote access. Students gain hands
-
on experience performing
common network infrastructure administrative tasks.





DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

278

DIRECTORY SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:


As required by college.



NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This

course provides a study of planning, implementing, and maintaining a network directory
service. Topics included in this course are planning and implementing network directory
organizational and administrative structures. Students gain hands
-
on experienc
e using a
directory service to manage user, group, and computer accounts, shared folders, network
resources, and the user environment.





DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

279

NETWORK
INFRASTRUCTURE DESIG
N

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/1
0

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This course provides a study of network infrastructure design. Topics included in this course are
strategies for planning, im
plementing, and maintaining server availability and security, client
addressing schemes, name resolution, routing, remote access, and network security. Students
gain experience by designing plans for implementing common network infrastructure and
protocol
s.








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DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

28
0

NETWORK SECURITY

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE:


As required by the college.



NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This co
urse provides a study of threats to network security and methods of securing a computer
network from such threats. Topics included in this course are security risks, intrusion detection,
and methods of securing authentication, network access, remote acces
s, Web access, and wired
and wireless network communications. Upon completion students will be able to identify security
risks and describe appropriate counter measures.


DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

282

COMPUTER FORENSICS

AND INVESTIGAT
ION

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


NOTE: There is an approved standardized plan
-
of
-
instruction for this course.

This course introduces students to methods of computer forensics and investigations.
This
course helps prepare students for the International Association of Computer Investigative
Specialists (IACIS) certification.


DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

28
3

NETWORK DEFENSE &
COUNTERMEASURES

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


This course introduces
students to one of the most important and urgent concepts in protecting
computers and networks: intrusion detection
.
The concepts introduced in this course are intended
for students and
professionals who need hands
-
on introductory experience with installing firewalls
and intrusion detection systems (IDSs). This course assumes that students are familiar with the
Internet and fundamental networking concepts, such as TCP/IP, gateways, router
s, and Ethernet.
It also assumes that students are familiar with IP troubleshooting; subnetting, subnet masking, IP
datagram structure, routing, Web security, and common attack techniques.


DPT

CRS.

COURSE TITLE

THEORY

LAB

COURSE

CPT

288

LINUX ADMINISTR
ATION

3

0

3

Course Description

Add
ed

2/1/10

CODE C


PREREQUISITE: As required by college.


This

course is designed to teach

students
how to administer, use, or develop programs for SUSE
Linux. The concepts introduced do not assume prior Linux experience
and are geared toward the
objectives on the CompTIA Linux+ certification exam. Furthermore, many of the concepts and
procedures introduced in this course are transferable to most other Linux distributions. This
course will introduce students to the concept
s required to successfully use and administer a Linux
system.