ITEC Courses


ITEC 3251. Linux II. 3-0-3 Units.

Develops additional skills in Linux systems and increases knowledge of Linux commands. Introduces system architecture, Linux installation, and the Linux file system hierarchy. Upon completion of this course, students will have a knowledge of how to maintain the integrity of Linux file systems, manipulate disk layouts, use package management systems, and manage shared libraries. This course also prepares students to take the LPIC-1 101 certification exam.
Prerequisites: CAPS 1152.

ITEC 3351. Principles Mgmt Info Systems. 3-0-3 Units.

Cross-listed with MGIS 3351. Covers essential business aspects of information systems such as networks, databases, the Internet, management reporting, software development, computer hardware, and information ethics. The course also examines the use of information systems for managerial decision-making and for gaining strategic advantage. Students will utilize basic programming concepts to develop a small application. This courses satisfies the computer literacy requirement.(F,S)
Prerequisites: BUSA 2201.

ITEC 3352. Management Application Prog I. 3-0-3 Units.

Cross-listed with MGIS 3352. Develops a knowledge of language and file structures for computer-based business applications using a major business procedural-oriented programming language. Students will write computer programs on individual and/or team projects. This course satisfies the computer literacy requirement.(F)
Prerequisites: BUSA 2201.

ITEC 3353. Management Application Prog II. 3-0-3 Units.

Cross-listed with MGIS 3353. Emphasizes top-down design, structured techniques, testing and modularity. Emphasis placed on development of correct efficient programs that are easy to maintain. Includes problem analysis, problem design, documentation, testing and debugging. Introduces application development using an object-oriented language.(S)
Prerequisites: BUSA 2201.

ITEC 3354. Telecommunications Management. 3-0-3 Units.

Provides an understanding of telecommunications and data communications technologies, voice communications and data networks, protocols, standards and management. Topics include transmission media, data communications, and voice and data technology.(F)
Prerequisites: ITEC 3351 or concurrent.

ITEC 3356. Database Management Systems. 3-0-3 Units.

Cross-listed with MGIS 3356. Focuses on the use of database systems in business to support information systems and decision-making. Topics include database concepts, data modeling, database design and development, administration of database systems, and database technologies. Students will have hands-on experience developing a database application.(S)
Prerequisites: MGIS 3351.

ITEC 3361. CCNP R&S ROUTE. 3-0-3 Units.

Provides students with deeper knowledge of routing processes within a network environment. Students who take this course will have advanced knowledge of networking protocols including RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP with a focus on both IPv4 and IPv6. Students will also learn how to secure routing solutions to support branch offices and teleworkers. This course prepares students to take the CCNP R&S ROUTE certification exam.
Prerequisites: CAPS 1277.

ITEC 3362. CCNP R&S SWITCH. 3-0-3 Units.

Provides students with deeper knowledge of the implementation of multilayer switching in complex network environments. Students who take this course will have advanced knowledge of monitoring and maintaining enterprise routed and switched IP networks. Students will also learn secure integration of VLANs, WLANs, voice, and video in campus networks. This course prepares students to take the CCNP R&S SWITCH certification exam.
Prerequisites: CAPS 1277.

ITEC 3390. Management of IS Security. 3-0-3 Units.

Cross-listed with MGIS 3390. Provides a managerial overview of IS security and basic IS security principles while examining operational, technical, and administrative aspects of the topic. This course enables students to improve their IS security management skills and software proficiencies through a thorough investigation of the major concepts and techniques used in enterprise architecture and IS security. It also covers much of the common Body of Knowledge of the CISSP Exam.
Prerequisites: BUSA 2201.

ITEC 4358. Web-based MIS. 3-0-3 Units.

Examines the process of developing business information systems with a significant web component. Topics include organizational considerations involved in developing and maintaining a web-enhanced MIS, and system considerations such as usability and other human-computer-interaction (HCI) issues, general and database web-design principles, and programming of web-enhanced systems. Students will develop a web site for a real or hypothetical organization.
Prerequisites: ITEC 3356.

ITEC 4361. CCNP R&S SHOOT. 3-0-3 Units.

Provides students with deeper knowledge of troubleshooting complex LAN and WAN environments. Students who take this course will have advanced knowledge of troubleshooting best practices and industry recognized approaches to network problem solving. This course prepares students to take the CCNP R&S TSHOOT certification exam.
Prerequisites: ITEC 3361 and ITEC 3362.

ITEC 4701. System Analysis & Design. 3-0-3 Units.

Cross-listed with MGIS 4701. Examines the process of developing business information systems. Topics include requirements analysis and specification, systems modeling, and systems design techniques. Structured and object-oriented tools and techniques are introduced. A major component of the course is the analysis, design and development of a business system as a term project.(S)
Prerequisites: MGIS 3352, and MGIS 3356 (formerly MGIS 4356).

ITEC 4800. Special Topics in ITEC. 3-0-3 Units.

Examines current, relevant topics in field of Information Technology.
Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor.

ITEC 4900. Internships in ITEC. 0-0-3 Units.

Provides students with on-site work experience in information technology through a coordinated academic internship with a pre-approved employer. A portfolio chronicling the work experience, a project relating relevant academic literature to the information technology internship experience, and a final presentation encompassing the entire internship experience are required to receive academic credit.
Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor.