Jul 13, 2024  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2013-2014 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

MWD 260 - Computer and Network Administration

3 credit(s)
Computer and network system administration is an increasingly complex and essential field. As the reliance of industry and government on computer systems increases so does the number and importance of system administrators. This course provides a practical problem-solving approach to the field of UNIX/LINUX and Windows 2000 computer and network system administration. Upon completion of this course, students are capable of configuring, administering, and supporting users on a UNIX/LINUX and Windows 2000 multi-user networked computer system.
Prerequisite(s): MWD 110 , CS 114 , or CS 275 ; or permission of department.
Laboratory fee.

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