CIS 33 - College of the Redwoods

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College of the Redwoods


CURRICULUM PROPOSAL


--
Attach the Course Outline
--



1. Division/Center
Business and Applied Technologies



2. Program and Course Number
CIS 33



3. Course Title
Advanced Routing and Switching



4.

X

New (If new, are you deleting a course?) Course to be deleted:



_____ Change (Indicate current status and proposed changes on "Summary of Curriculum Changes" form)



_____ Check here if catalog description is being changed.




_____ Delete (Reason for deletion: ____________________________________________________)


5. Of what approved program is this course a part?

(see list of approved programs and TOPS Codes)TOPS Code
0701.00


Is the course a "required course" a
n "additional requirement" (In a certificate or degree program)


6. Provide evidence that this course/revision is needed (purpose of proposal).


With the geometric growth of the Internet and the continuing growth of intra
-

and inter
-
office computer n
etworks
(LANs and WANs), professionals trained in networking technologies are in high demand. Students seeking jobs
in the computing professions increasingly require networking skills and nationally
-
recognized certifications in
order to effectively compete

for those positions.


Cisco Systems


a global leader in internetworking technologies and products


has developed a rigorous, four
-
semester curriculum and concomitant certification process leading toward the “Cisco Certified Networking
Associate” (CCNA)
certificate, issued after the student passes the Cisco examination at the end of the fourth
semester. The program is administered through Cisco’s formal Cisco Networking Academy Program (CNAP); like
many other community colleges, College of the Redwoods ha
s become a “local Cisco Academy” in order to
administer the program.


Cisco’s third semester, of which this proposed course would solely consist, rigorously covers LAN switching and
design, VLANs, IGRP, Access Control Lists, and network management.


7. De
scribe the students who will enroll (include estimated number).

20 students per year in CIS Applications or Programming, specializing in networking


8. Parallel courses
--
what is the relation of this course to existing courses

(modify/overlap/replace)?



9. Capital Outlay: Describe the equipment for this class.
As described for 33L


Presently have:
As described for 33L


Need to acquire: (include cost)
As described for 33L


10. Staffing implications (Associate or Full
-
time faculty)
Can be covered by

existing full
-
time faculty

Instructional Aide required?
No

How many hours per week?


11. Learning Resource Implications (new courses only)

Does the college have adequate learning resources to support the proposed course, or can the necessary reso
urces
be acquired within the existing budget?


Yes

X

No ________

Please attach the "Learning Resource Supplement" to the Course Proposal form.


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12. Facility Implications: (Unless otherwise stated, it is assumed this course can be offered

District
-
wi
de.)

Where Scheduled?

When Scheduled? Semester(s)
Fall and Spring





Day Evening
X



13. Special Fees
None


14. Special Student Expenses (i.e., equipment, clothing, tools, etc.):
None


15. Submitted by
Mark Renner

Tel. Ext.
234
0


Date
29 Jan 01


16. Submitting Division/Center Review _______________________


Date _________________


17. Division/Center Review ________________________________


Date _________________


18. Division/Center Review ________________________________


Date _________________


Approved by Curriculum Committee __


2/23/01



________



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College of the Redwoods


COURSE OUTLINE


DATE
29 Jan 01

PROGRAM AND COURSE NUMBER:
CIS 33


FORMER NUMBER (If previously offered) ______________


COURSE TITLE:
ADVANCED
ROUTING AND SWITCHING



I. CATALOG AND OUTLINE



1.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:



Intermediate and advanced technologies of local and wide area networks [LANs and WANs], and routing on the
Internet. Students will be presented with advanced router and routing protoc
ols, technologies and techniques. This
is the third in a four
-
course series leading to Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) certification.


NOTE:




2. COURSE OUTLINE:

% of Classroom Hours Spent on Each Topic


OSI Model, TCP/IP, and Router Technolo
gies Review

5%

LAN Switching

10%

VLANs

10%

LAN Design

15%

Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

10%

Access Control Lists

15%

Novell IPX and/or similar technologies

5%

Network Management

10%

Threaded Case Studies

20%





II. PREREQUISITES


Prerequisite?


No
________


Yes __
CIS 32 or equiv.







(course)

Corequisite?


No ________


Yes __
CIS
33
L
__







(course)

Recommended Preparation?

No ___X____


Yes __________________







(course)


Rationale for Prerequisite, Corequisite, Recommended Preparation



The lecture and lab components are tightly interwoven in the prescribed curriculum written by Cisco Systems.
Concepts such as advanced router programming are introduced in the lecture section and reinforced in the lab
section. The lecture and lab are sepa
rate courses only due to scheduling necessities. The prerequisite (CIS 32) is
the second in this four
-
part series, of which this course is the third part, and teaches concepts without which the
student will not succeed (e.g., details of routers and the CLI
).


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PROGRAM AND COURSE NUMBER_
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III. OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENTS


1. COURSE OUTCOMES/OBJECTIVES:

List the primary instructional objectives of the class. Formulate some of them in terms of specific measurable student
accomplishments, e.g., specifi
c knowledge and/or skills to be attained as a result of completing this course. For
degree
-
applicable courses, include objectives in the area of "critical thinking." Upon successful completion of this
course, the students will be able to:



Describe config
uration of an internetworking router and associated hardware & software



Understand programming of an internetworking router for IGRP and ACLs using IOS



Evaluate network designs



Understand network management


2. COLLEGE LEVEL CRITICAL THINKING TASKS/ASSIGN
MENTS:

Degree applicable courses must include critical thinking tasks/assignments. This section need not be completed for
non
-
credit courses. Describe how the course requires students to independently analyze, synthesize, explain,
assess, anticipate and/
or define problems, formulate and assess solutions, apply principles to new situations, etc.



Analyze specific advanced LAN designs, technologies, and topologies



Synthesize knowledge of routers and routing protocols, and apply to the evaluation and troubles
hooting of
both new and existing internetworks



Synthesize knowledge of IGRP, and apply to the upgrade of a RIP network



Demonstrate problem
-
solving and critical thinking skills via design and troubleshooting processes


3. ASSESSMENT

Degree applicable cours
es must have a minimum of one response in category A, B, or C. If category A is not
checked, the department must explain why substantial writing assignments are an inappropriate basis for at least part
of the grade.


A. This course requires a minimum of t
wo substantial (500 words each) written assignments which demonstrate
standard English usage (grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary) and proper paragraph and essay development. In
grading these assignments, instructors shall use, whenever possible, the Eng
lish Department’s rubric for grading the
ENGL 150 exit essay. Substantial writing assignments, including:

__

essay exam(s)

X_

term or other paper(s)

___ laboratory report(s)

_X_

written homework

__

reading report(s)

__

other (specify)


If the course is
degree applicable, substantial writing assignments in this course are inappropriate because:

__

The course is primarily computational in nature.

__

The course primarily involves skill demonstrations or problem solving.

__

Other rationale (explain) ________
__________________________


B.

Computational or Non
-
computational problem
-
solving demonstrations, including:

X

exam(s)

__

quizzes

X
_

homework problems

__

laboratory report(s)

__

field work

__

other (specify) _________________________________________


C.


S
kill demonstrations, including:

X

class performance(s)

__

field work

__

performance exam(s)

__

other (specify) ______________________________________


D.

Objective examinations, including:

X

multiple choice

__

true/false

__

matching items

X

completion

__

other (specify) ________________________________________


E.

Other (specify)



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NOTE: A course grade may not be based solely on attendance.


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PROGRAM AND COURSE NUMBER
CIS
33


IV. TEXTS AND MATERIALS


APPROPRIATE TEXTS AND MATERIALS:

(Indicate textbooks
that may be required or recommended, including alternate texts that may be used.)

Text(s)

Title: CCNA Second
-
Year Companion Guide (ISBN 1
-
57870
-
169
-
4)



__X__ Required

Edition:___1st___

______ Alternate

Author: ___Amato, Vito___

___
___ Recommended

Publisher:__Cisco Press__

Date Published: ___1999_________

(Additional required, alternate, or recommended texts should be listed on a separate sheet and attached.)


For degree applicable courses the adopted texts have been certifie
d to be college
-
level:

___X__ Yes.

Basis for determination:

___X__

is used by two or more four
-
year colleges or universities (certified by the Division Dean or Center
Dean)




Partial list: CSU/Monterey Bay; CSU/Los Angeles; Cal Poly/San Luis Obispo

OR


______

has been certified by the LAC as being of college level using the Coleman and Dale
-
Chall
Readability Index Scale.


______ No

Request for Exception Attached.





REQUIRED READING, WRITING, AND OTHER OUTSIDE OF CLASS ASSIGNMENTS:


Over an 18
-
week pre
sentation of the course, 3 hours per week are required for each unit of credit. ALL Degree Applicable
Credit classes must treat subject matter with a scope and intensity which require the student to study outside of class.
Two hours of independent work d
one out of class are required for each hour of lecture. Lab and activity classes must
also require some outside of class work. Outside of the regular class time the students in this class do the following:


__X__

Study

__X__

Answer questions

_____

Skill
practice

__X__

Required reading

_____

Problem solving activity or exercise

__X__

Written work (essays/compositions/report/analysis/research)

_____

Journal (reaction and evaluation of class, done on a continuing basis throughout the semester)

_____

Observat
ion of or participation in an activity related to course content (e.g., play, museum, concert,
debate, meeting, etc.)

_____

Other (specify) ______________________________________________________



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V. TECHNICAL INFORMAT
ION


1. Contact Hours Per Week: (Indicate

"TOTAL" hours if less than semester length)

Lecture: ___3__ Weekly ______ TOTAL

Lab: ______ Weekly ______ TOTAL

No. of Weeks ___S__ (S = semester length)

(Use Request for Exception sheet to j
ustify

more
-
than
-
minimum required hours.)


Units 3.0 or

Variable Unit Range ______


2. TLUs 4.5


3.

Does course fulfill a General Education

requirement? (For existing courses only;

for new courses, use GE Application Form)


_____ Yes __X__ No


If yes, in what G.E. area?

AA/AS Area

_________

CSU/GE Area

_________

IGETC Area

_________


4. Method of Instruction:

__X__ Lecture

_____ Lab

_____ Lecture/Lab

_____ Independent Study





5. Recommended Maximum Class Size _20_


6. Transferability_
__X__ CSU ______ UC

List two UC/CSU campuses with similar courses
(include course #s)

CSU/Monterey Bay: CST 381 CSU/LA: TECH 490e

Articulation with UC requested ______


7. Grading Standard

__X__Letter Grade Only

______CR/NC Only

______Grade
-
CR/NC O
ption

Grade
-
CR/NC Option Criteria:

______Introductory

______1st course in sequence

______Exploratory


8. Is course repeatable ______ Yes ___X__ No

If so, repeatable to a maximum of:

______Total Enrollments

______Total Units

(Use Request for Exception
sheet to justify repeatability.)


9. SAM Classification __C___


Course Classification __I___




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PROGRAM AND COURSE NUMBER______________________________





REQUEST FOR EXCEPTION



This form may be used to provide justification for


1.

making a cours
e repeatable

2.

requiring more than the minimum number of contact hours

3.

utilizing non
-
college level texts for degree applicable course


To request an exception, provide the following information:


_____________________________________________
.______
_______________________________________

Department and Course No


Course Title



NATURE OF THE EXCEPTION REQUESTED AND RATIONALE: