|1.||Review modern business and personal applications of data communication systems to demonstrate specialist computer networking skills and knowledge;|
|2.||Apply various technologies to solving data communication and networking problems;|
|3.||Design IP networks and subnetworks;|
|4.||Design switching networks for a range of contemporary applications;|
|5.||Implement moderately complex networks consistent with industry standards.|
|Test||Three (3) In-Class Tests (15% per test)||45%|
|Project||Technical Design Report (Phase 1 15%, Phase 2 15%, Phase 3 15% and Phase 4 10%)||55%|
CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking Fundamentals 4th ed.
Cannon, K. & Caudle, K. (2009)
Boston, MA: Course Technology, Cengage Learning (ISBN 9781418837051)
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