Computer Network Software Operations
Instructor: TBD

Email:
TBD  

Grade Level(s): 11-12

Location:  Room 5

Credit:  3-4 High School Units

Grading:  District Grading Scale

Competences:
Computer Network Software Operations
Computer Network Software Operations, Advanced

Syllabus:
CNSO Syllabus


Description:  Computer Network Software Operations is designed to teach many aspects of computer support and network administration.  Students learn networking concepts, from usage to components, and create peer-to-peer network systems and client server networks.  Students install and configure network cards and connect them to networks.  Students learn how to install the operating systems, set up and manage accounts, load software, and establish and implement security plans.

Computer Network Software Operations, Advanced continues to teach aspects of network administration, focusing on the management and support of network users and systems. The topics covered include understanding the responsibilities of computer professionals, training end users, evaluating new technology, developing system policies, troubleshooting workstations, managing network services and protocols, and effectively using e-mail and business communications. Students learn communication protocols, troubleshooting techniques for systems and client-server networks, Web site management, and other advanced networking topics. Techniques that are used to install operating systems, set up and manage accounts, load software, and create and implement security plans are taught.

Certification:  CompTIA Network+ and Microsoft Technology Associate are available to qualified candidates.


Prerequisite: Recommended that this course be taken after Computer System Technology I & II.