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CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY CvSU Mission (CvSU) Cavite, Philippines Cavite State University
Trece Martires City Campus

COURSE SYLABBUS First Semester, School Year 2010-2011
Instructor: Cherokee O. Tuazon Office Location: Trece Martires City Office Phone Number: (046) 419-1922

shall provide excellent, equitable, and relevant educational opportunities in the arts, sciences and technology through quality instruction and responsive research and development activites. It shall produce professional, skilled and morally upright individuals for global competitiveness.

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Course Code Course Title Course Description

: CCTN 110 : Computer Networks : Transmission media and methods; switching types; network topology, line control procedures; routing and flow control; line capacity assignments, computer network designs. : 3 units Lecture Laboratory : 2 hours : 3 hours

Credit Unit Credit Hours

Prerequisite Course Objectives

: DCEE 23

: At the end of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Disseminate the mission, goals and objectives of the university. 2. Explain the basic principles of computer networking. 3. Identify the appropriate transmission medium for a network design 4. Design a computer network Core Values : • Responsibility in performing the tasks assigned to them. • Honesty in dealing with other individuals. • Self confidence during laboratory activities and examinations. Course Content Chapter I 1.1 1.2 1.3 II 2.1 2.2 Course Content Introduction Mission, Goals and Objectives Policies and Guidelines Course Content Networking Fundamentals Data Networks Computer Networking History No. of Hours 2


6.3 3.2 Flow Control 7.9 Digital Bandwidth 2.6 Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) 2.1 10-Mbps and 100-Mbps Ethernet 5.6.III 3.5 Wide Area Networks (WANs) 2. Routable and Routing Protocols 7.6.1 3.3 Collision Domains and Broadcast Domains Ethernet Technologies and Ethernet Switching 5.3 The Mechanics of Subnetting 15 10 V 8 VI 20 VII 15 Teaching Methods / Learning Activities • Brainstorming • Research/Assignments • Case Study • Problem Solving • Laboratory Exercises Instructional Material .10Analogies that Describe Digital Bandwidth 2.6 Wireless Networking Wireless LAN Organization and Standards Wireless Devices and Topologies The Radio Wave/Microwave Spectrum Signals and Noise on a WLAN Wireless Security Ethernet Fundamentals 4.1 Electricity Basics 3.6.4 Local Area Networks (LANs) 2.1 History and Evolution of Ethernet 4.4 3.6.7 Specialized Networks Located Within the LAN 2.5 IV 2.1 Routed.8 Virtual Private Networks 2.3 Network Protocols 2.12Peer-to-Peer Communications 2. 10-Gb and Future Ethernet 5.2 Gigabit.2 Measuring Electricity 3.3 Ethernet Switching TCP/IP Protocol Suite and IP Addressing 6.2 Ethernet Operation 4.16Network Topologies Networking Media 3.5 Wireless Communications 3. Flow Control and Subnets 7.3 Copper Media 3.13DoD (TCP/IP) Model 2.15Networking Devices 2.14Encapsulation Process 2.1 Introduction to TCP/IP 6.11The OSI Reference Model 2.3 IP address assignment.2 IP Addresses 6. Acquisition and Hierarchy Routing Fundamentals.2 3.4 Optical Media 3.

No Entry policy shall be implemented.75 2.71 90.37 86.02 – 83. Hair should be properly cut.33 Below 70 Course Policies = = = = = = = = = 1. D. Late submission will not be honored . Computer Networks and Open Systems 4th Edition Course Requirements • • • • • • Individual Project (Cable preparation: straight-through.00 2. No ID. cross-over and console) Group Project (setting up of LAN) Written and Oral Examination Research Studies Problem Sets and Quizzes Laboratory Exercises Evaluation of Student Performance / Grading Quizzes + Assignments + Research works + Long Exams Total no. No Uniform.04 – 93.00 1..70 – 90.E. For male students wearing of earrings and caps are not allowed inside the classroom.69 80. of items 1. Eating and drinking is not allowed inside the room.• • • • • • • Chalkboard/Chalk Whiteboard/marker Handouts Slide presentations LCD projector Computers Network switch / hub Textbooks/References Comer. 4. Only valid Ids will be accepted.00) grades will be given for those students lower than the passing percentage Grading Scale 96.01 70. 3.36 – 86. Mobile phone should be turned off during class hour.72 – 100 93. Computer Networks and Internets with Internet Applications 4th Edition Halsall. All assignments/seatworks/projects must be submitted on time. A passing percentage of 70% will be implemented 2.00 – 73. Data Communications.35 76. For female students avoid wearing sleeveless inside the class during wash day.50 3.38 – 96. Fred. No incomplete (INC) and conditional (4. 5.68 – 80.25 2.03 83.50 1.25 1.00 5.00 1. 6. 2.

test booklets and questionnaires are to be seen on their desks. Students with seven (7) absences in the class with 36 meetings within a term he/shall be automatically dropped from the roll or be given a grade of “5. Quizzes and examination will be written on Test Booklets. 3. he/she will receive a grade of “5. Students caught cheating will be given a failing grade for the examination and will be reported to the Grievance Committee of the office of the Students Affair (OSA). Late exercises will not be accepted.0” (University Code). Mercado. Examination Policies 1. Seatwork’s and assignments are to be written on 8. 8. 4. If a student has been absent in about 20 percent of the time schedule devoted to the class without justifiable reasons. Work covered by the class during the absence shall be made up within a reasonable time to the satisfaction of the instructor 4. D Campus Dean . Attendance Policies 1. No special written/practical examination is to be given. An attendance sheet shall be passed by the instructor concerned to be signed by the students every meeting. A professional relationship is expected between the students and the instructor. Permits will be checked and signed by the instructor during examination (Prelim Exam. However. The instructor concerned shall give a maximum of 15 minutes time allowance to the students before he/she be marked for the day. quizzes. Discipline must be observed the university premises. Excuses are for the time missed only. On the other hand. 6. 2. 7. he/she shall be dropped from the rolls. Ed. 7. 6. If the majority of these absences are not excused and the student’s performance is poor. Students are expected to maintain the cleanliness of the room before and after the class.0” if the performance is poor. 9. Attendance would be checked and monitored. seatwork and assignments before releasing their grades. Prepared by: Cherokee O. 5. During the examination. A student shall be marked tardy if he/she appears to the class within 15 minutes of the time. Tuazon Instructor I Approved by: Ma. the students can leave the room quietly. Students are required to pass a bounded compilation of their laboratory exercises.5 x11 inches bond papers. the students are expected to put their things at the back of the room and only pens. Midterm Exam and Final Exam) 5. for two consecutive tardiness. The instructor will entertain students outside the class on her/his scheduled “consultation hours”. The instructor is entitled to designate the student’s cleaners. Corazon Y. A student who has been absent from classes for at least two (2) consecutive meetings must obtain an excuse slip from the Office of the Student Affairs and present to the instructor concerned on the day when the student returns to class. 2. instructor who will arrive after 15 minutes without previous arrangement with the class. Students are expected to pass their exercises on scheduled dates. the student shall be automatically considered absent. 3. Quizzes and examination are announced. Students’ attendance shall start on the first day of classes every term.7. examinations. Students having classes at 7:00 AM on Monday are required to attend the 7 o’clock flag ceremony together with their instructor.

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