MSCT 600 Network Essentials (3.00)
Provides an overview of local area networks, telephony, web basics, wide area networking, etc. Introduces concepts central to network design, architectures, standards and protocols.
Pre-requisite: TAKE MSCC*610;
MSCT 609 UNIX Concepts (3.00)
Studies the fundamentals and basic concepts of the UNIX operating system. Utilizes the UNIX file system, system security and administration, client/server computing, UNIX networking, and the latest trends in the UNIX environment.
MSCT 620 Access Networks (3.00)
Emphasizes the application of networking architectures for transport of enterprise data. Topics include network media, communications and protocols, architectures, operating systems, administration and support issues, distributed network environments and Inter-networking.
MSCT 650 High Availability and DR Systems (3.00)
Examines high availability and disaster recovery concepts and mechanisms; threats to an organizations information technology and develops architectures, policies, and plans to address them. Specific high availability technology options for disater recovery are examined.
Pre-requisite: TAKE MSCT*600;
MSCT 662 Storage Area Networks (3.00)
Examines storage attached network devices through enterprise level SAN systems. Studies managed data transition and explores storage design in business applications, cost, and systems administration.
MSCT 664 Routing and Switching (3.00)
Provides an in depth understanding to networking students of how network protocols are routed and switched. Examines modern routing protocols and their benefits to IT organizations, as well as router configuration.
Pre-requisite: TAKE MSCT*620;
MSCT 680 Enterprise Storage (3.00)
Provides the necessary skills to plan, design, manage and support distributed storage systems and devices. Focuses on operating and managing a mixed platform, multi-vendor, interoperable enterprise.
MSIA 670 Enterprise Information Assurance (3.00)
Introduces the basic Information Assurance (IA) model; security of the database, the application and the system. Examines current security standards, best practices and auditing practices.
Cross listing(s): MSCT 670.
MSIA 672 Managing a Secure Enterprise (3.00)
Provides the knowledge of designing and managing a secure enterprise. Includes aspects of enterprise security, physical security, disaster-recovery planning, and business continuity planning.
Cross listing(s): MSCT 672.
MSIA 673 Information Assurance Legal Concept (3.00)
Legal interpretation of security policy and resulting obligations providing a background to create a stable set of processes, frameworks, and models capable of handling multiplying domestic and international laws and regulations.
Pre-requisite: TAKE MSIA*670 AND MSIA*672;
MSIA 674 Planning/Implementing Architecture Sec (3.00)
Explores security policy development, implementation and standards compliance and testing on corporate systems, application and data. Examines target architectures: telecommunications and wireless enterprise corporate data network.
Cross listing(s): MSCT 674.
MSIA 676 Securing & Protecting: SYS, APPS, DATA (3.00)
Provides the knowledge of building and protecting enterprise infrastructure and proprietary data. Topics include risk analysis, security policies, intrusion detection, damage control and assessment.
Cross listing(s): MSCT 676.