Networks & UNIX Administration
This course presents the foundations and intermediate levels of understanding required to be effective in today’s networked environments. The course provides details of basic models; network addressing and operations; network protocol interactions; and enterprise-class hardware applications. The course will transition to covering the foundations of UNIX system administration, such as an introduction of file systems and system organization; critical administration commands, tools, techniques, and applications; and presents foundations of system scripting to support administration tasks.
Prerequisites: None listed
Semesters typically offered: Ask instructor
Contact Professor Ray Hansen for additional information
Computer and Information Technology