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: CS 322/ CS321L Course Title: Network Management Course Description: This course aims to provide a hands-on introduction to the scalable venture creation process for students with a strong interest in scalable or high-growth entrepreneurship (“Technopreneurship”). Technopreneurship does not necessarily mean starting a high-tech business; it means starting a business with the potential to grow to a significant size. The course provides an overview of the major elements of startup/entrepreneurial activity, including evaluation and planning of a new business, financing, team building, typical marketing and operational management issues, alternative models for revenue and growth, and exit strategies IV. V. VI. VII. Course Credit: 3 units Pre-requisite: None Time Allotment: 6 hours Course Objectives: A. B. General Objectives Specific Objectives 1. Discuss the significance of the vision, mission, goals and objectives of the college. 2. To learn the design principles of communication networks. 3. To learn the OSI network model to organize the study of networks. 4. To understand the physical phenomenon that can be used to transmit digital information. 5. To know the protocols and characteristics required for Wide Area Network communication (TCP/IP). 6. To know the protocols and characteristics of Local Area Networks. (Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI, and others) 7. Acquire thorough understanding of the vision, mission, goals and objectives of the college. 8. Provides opportunities whereby the students will acquire the necessary knowledge, interests and skills in creating websites.


Goals. Common Network Applications and their Protocols 4. Local Area Networks 11. 3. Lecture In-class Presentations Case Study Problem solving Group discussions IX. Methods / Strategies: 1. Wide Area Networks 12. Orientation • Vision. Network Applications Programming – Sockets 5. Course Content: Topics Time Allotment 3 1. 5. Mission.Data Transmission Concepts 7. Physical Layer 10. Transport Layer . Network Layer 9. 2. and Objectives • Classroom Policies • Course Outline / Requirements • Grading System 2. Communications Architectures and Standards 6. Network Security 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 . Data Link Layer 8. Network Management 13. 4.VIII. Introduction to Data Communications 3.

Grading System: Quiz Laboratory Exercise/ Project Major Exam Recitation. 3. 6. K. Tanenbaum  Data & Computer Communications. Prentice-Hall. HILARIO (Dean. D. CICT) . Allied) Approved: DR. 5. 2E by Comer XII. 2nd edition. Stallings XI. Values/Attitude Attendance Prepared by: JONATHAN C. W. Prentice-Hall.W (2005)  The Internet Book: Everything You Need to Know About Computer Networking and How the INTERNET Works.. 6th edition. Suggested Readings  Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring The Internet. Comer  Computer Network.X. and Ross. 3rd Ed. Kurose J. BALMEO ( Instructor) Submitted to: RAQUEL ADRIANO (Department Head. Quizzes Laboratory Exercise Recitation Performance Exams Project Midterm and Final Examination 20% 40% 30% 10% XIII. 4.F. Andrew S. FAUSTO S.. Prentice-Hall. 4th edition. Course Requirements: 1. Reference/s:  Computer Networks and Internets. 2.