Network Security and Electronics Courses (2015-16)

NET — Network Security and Electronics
Dr. Vigyan Chandra, Coordinator

For more information, see the 2015-16 Undergraduate Catalog

NET 302 PC Troubleshooting & Construction. (3) I, II. Prerequisite: TEC 161 or INF 104 or higher or CIS 212. Construction, operation and troubleshooting  microprocessors, system memory, computer architecture, video types, monitors, hard drives, mice, cabling, notebook computers and printers, modern operating  systems, and application programs. Building computer systems to specific requirements. 2 Lec/2 Lab.

NET 303 LANs & PC Communications. (3) I, II. Prerequisite: TEC 161 or INF 104 or higher or CIS 212 and a grade of at least “C” in MAT 095 or a minimum math ACT  score of 18 or a minimum SAT math score of 490. Installing, configuring, managing, and troubleshooting network and computer systems communications hardware  and software. 2 Lec/2 Lab.

NET 343 Network Switches & Routers. (3) A. Prerequisite: NET 303 or CIS 375. Cisco internetworking, switching, IOS, routing, VLAN’s, access lists, and WAN protocols  are covered in a combination of lecture, demonstration, and laboratory. 2 Lec/2 Lab.

NET 344 Advanced Network Switches & Routers (3) A. Prerequisite: NET 343. Configure and troubleshoot small to mid-sized switched LANs. Principles of switch and  router startup, configuration and management, VLAN, trunking, STP, advanced routing, WAN, scaling IP address space. Configure, apply and verify Access Control Lists.  2 Lec/2 Lab.

NET 349 Applied Learning in NET (1-8) I, II. Formerly EET 349. Prerequisite: departmental approval, sophomore (30-59 hours) or higher standing and minimum of 2.0  GPA. Work under faculty and field supervisors in placements related to academic studies. Transfer students must have completed at least 12 hours of coursework at  EKU. A minimum of 80 hours work required for each academic credit. Credit will not be awarded for both NET 349 and EET 349.

NET 354 Microcomputer & Network Security. (3) I, II. Prerequisite: NET 303 or CIS 375. Security considerations in computer systems and networks using appropriate  hardware and software. Topics include malware, encryption, VPNs, ACLs, firewalls, Wi-Fi, and secure protocols. Testing, configuring, managing and troubleshooting  security in network systems. 2 Lec/2 Lab.

NET 367a Exit Exam for AAS in Tech, with Computer Electronics (0) A. Prerequisite: Consent of Advisor. Registration in NET 367A is required of all undergraduate A.A.S.  students in the Technology program specializing in Computer Electronics program for the term in which they wish to take their comprehensive examination.

NET 367b Exit Exam for Minor in Computer Electronics Technology (0) A. Prerequisite: Consent of Advisor. Registration in NET 367b is required of all undergraduate  students in the Minor for Computer Electronics Technology program for the term in which they wish to take their comprehensive examination.

NET 395 Special Topics in NET. (2-3) A. Prerequisite: departmental approval, sophomore (30-59 hours) or higher standing, and (EET 252 or NET 303) Emerging  technologies in the area of Network security and electronics (NET): May be repeated up to a maximum of 9 hours provided subject matter differs each time. Lec/Lab.

NET 399 Associate Degre Capstone. (3) II. Prerequisite: departmental approval and sophomore (30- 59 hours) standing with a minimum of 24 semester hours of NET  coursework completed. A project and research oriented course which serves as a capstone experience at the Associate Degree level. Design, implementation, analysis,  and troubleshooting of electronic and computer technology related systems, and managing a technical project.

NET 403 Advanced LANs and PC Communication. (3) A. Prerequisite: NET 303 or CIS 375. This course will cover installation, configuration, troubleshooting and  maintaining common server platforms. The participants will be given the opportunity to setup and manage network hardware, operating systems and applications. 2  Lec/2 Lab.

NET 440 Fiber-optics & Communications. (3) A. Prerequisite: EET 257, MAT 120 or higher, and PHY 101. Principles of communication over fiber and other  wired/wireless media; digital and analog data transmission; modulation and multiplexing of data. Communication system components, safety, testing and  troubleshooting of fiber-optic and communication systems. 2 Lec/2 Lab.

NET 454 Wireless/WAN Security. (3) A. Prerequisites: (NET 303 or CIS 375) and NET 354 Security considerations in wireless and WANs. Wi-Fi, 802.11x, WPA, RADIUS,  encryption, VPNs, VLANs, AAA authentication, Network Security Appliances, and secure protocols. Laboratory based configuration and security testing of WAPs,  appliances and servers. 2 Lec/2 Lab.

NET 467 Exit Exam for BS in NET (0) A. Prerequisite: Consent of Advisor. Registration in NET 467 is required of all undergraduate B.S. (NET) students for the term in  which they wish to take their comprehensive examination, including the exit exam and advisor approved certification or license.

NET 499 Senior Capstone. (3) II.  Prerequisite: departmental approval and senior (90 hours or more) standing. A project and research oriented course which serves as a  capstone experience at the Bachelor Degree level. Design, implementation, analysis, and troubleshooting of networking, computers and electronics technology related  systems, and managing a technical project.

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