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Syllabus


WSU Department Name

Telecommunications and Business Education


WSU Course Listing & Number

TBE
2200
:
Microcomputer Operating Systems

(3 Credit Hrs.)



High School:
[High School Name]

WSU Concurrent Adjunct Instructor: Name

High School Course Name:
[Co
urse Name
]

[School Year]




Concurrent

Adjunct Instructor’s Office Hours

[
Concurrent

Adjunct Instructor’s office hours]


Concurrent

Adjunct Instructor’s phone and email

[
Concurrent

Adjunct Instructor’s phone and email]


Prerequisite High School Courses if any

[Prerequisite High School Courses if any]


WSU Course Description
:

Combination of lecture/discussion and lab application to reinforce the concepts being
taught. Emphasis will be placed on the major operation systems likely to be encountered
in the work place. Practice in installing, upgrading and patching Microsoft and Li
nux
operating systems. Currently we are using the Cisco IT Essentials I curriculum as
outlined below. This course introduces students to information technology and data
(Attention
: Contact the College or University you wish to attend to make sure that
these Concurrent Enrollment
courses will meet your goals for fulfilling General
Education requirements or will count toward your chosen major).


communications. Students will develop the necessary skills to enter this field by build
ing
a computer, installing the operating system, adding peripherals, connecting the computer
to a local area network and to the Internet. This is a hands
-
on, lab
-
oriented course that
stresses laboratory safety and working effectively in a group environment
.


WSU Course Objectives
:

To introduce students to the basic concepts of microcomputer operating systems. This
course will cover the basics of MS DOS, the current Microsoft OSs as well as the Linux
OS (to include variations of UNIX).


1.

Introduction

2.

Getting

started in IT

3.

Desktop Environment

4.

Basic features of Windows

5.

Digital Math

6.

How Computers Work

7.

Hardware

8.

Operating System Fundamentals

9.

Memory management

10.

Multimedia
Capabilities

11.

Video Cards

12.

Sound Capabilities

13.

CD
-
RW and DVD

14.

Windows

Operating Systems

15.

NTFS and
FAT

16.

System Tools

17.

Installation

18.

Printers and Printing

19.

Preventive Maintenance

20.

Electrostatic Discharge

21.

Upgrades and Patching

22.

Troubleshooting PC Hardware


WSU Required Textbook & Materials
:

Current WSU Text and Materials


WSU Course Requirements
:

The student m
ust be a junior or senior and be enrolled in one of the approved high school
concurrent courses for Weber State University Telecommunications and Business
Education Department.


WSU Grading
:

The grade will be divided among the following


Chapter Quizzes

50
%

Labs



50
%



Grading will be according to the following scale:


100
-
95 = A

86
-
83 = B

76
-

73 = C

66
-

63 = D

94
-

90 = A
-

82
-

80 = B
-

72
-

70 = C
-

62
-

60 = D
-

89
-

87 = B+

79
-

77 = C+

69
-

67 = D+

59
-

0 = E


Calendar of Course Content

[Calendar of Course Content]


WSU

E
valuation:

As a concurrent student, you are given the privilege of evaluating this concurrent course.
This is an anonymous evaluation which allows you an opport
unity to express your
opinions of the course and the instructor.


WSU Student Code of Conduct

Download the WSU Student Code of Conduct at:

www.weber.edu/concurrent/students/CodeOfC
onduct.asp