The program-level learning outcomes define the high-level skill and knowledge areas in which students should be able to demonstrate competency upon the completion of the certificate or associate degree programs.
Course-level learning outcomes define the specific skills and knowledge students should be able to demonstrate upon completion of a given course. The course-level learning outcomes are intended to be consistent with and used to build towards the learning outcome.
Upon completion of this course of computer networking, students are aware about following concepts:
- Understand Network fundamentals and terminology.
- Describe and analyse the hardware, software, components of a Network and the Inter-relations.
- Explain Networking Protocols and their hierarchical relationship with hardware and software.
- Explain concepts and theories of networking and apply them to various situations, classifying networks, analyzing performance, and implementing new technologies.
INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKS
NETWORK MODELS & ARCHITECTURE
LANs & WANs