JCC OFFICIAL COURSE OUTLINE

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JCC OFFICIAL COURSE OUTLINE


Course number, title and credits; total time allocation

Course Number

CNS 1
3
2

Credits

3

Title

Linux Administration
2

Lecture/Discussion

48

hrs/semester


Lab







hrs/semester


Clinical







hrs/se
mester


Catalog description and Pre
-

and Co
-
requisites
(Same as taxonomy and catalog)


In this course the student will learn how to implement, configure and troubleshoot Linux, particularly as a network
server. The student will configure Linux to provide
DNS, DHCP, as a firewall and basic routing functions. The
student will set up and secure the Apache web service and set up Linux to provide e
-
mail service. They will also set
up Linux to interoperate within a Microsoft Active Directory environment
.


Pre
-
re
quisite:

CNS 131


Knowledge, skills and abilities Students Acquire from this Course
(Educational Objectives)


Install and configure
DNS

Install and configure DHCP

Install and configure a firewall

Set up Linux to function as a router

Set up and secure Apach
e web services

Set up and secure Linux as an email server

Set up file sharing to interoperate with Microsoft systems

Bash scripting

Harden the Linux OS
.


Associate Degree Outcomes Addressed in this Course
(These must appear in course syllabus)


ADO 7

Crit
ical Thinking


Units/topics of Instruction


Network services

Firewalls,IDS and IPS

Routing

Electronic messaging

Interoperability

Bash scripting

SELinux

Security


Instructional Techniques and Procedures
,


Lecture, online labs, and discussion


Instruction
al Use of Computer or Other Technology


Students will do almost all of their work on computers



Instructional Materials and Costs to Students


Textbooks and minimum 160 GB portable USB hard drive



Skills and abilities students should bring to the cours
e



a limited amount of material


x

basic, pre
-
algebraic problems

Able to read


an average amount of material

Able to compute


simple algebraic problems


x

an above average amount of material



higher order mathematical problems



relatively easy material


x

short compositions

Able to read


moderately difficult material

Able to write


medium length compositions


x

technical or sophisti
cated material



lengthy compositions


x

keyboard skills/familiar with computer




Able to use

x

computer application

Other necessary

x

Medium average computer skills

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web navigation

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The course is usually scheduled

Day:


Fall


Winter


Spring








Evening:


Fall

x

Winter


Spring


Prepared by
Larry Choate


Date
10/25/08

Approved by Dept.







Date






Approved by Dean







Date






Approved by Curriculum Committee


Date






(last names, please)