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MIST.3040 Data Communications and Networks (Formerly 63.404, MIST 304)

Id: 006496 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


A comprehensive overview of concepts and practice in Business Data Communications and Networking. Explores the principles and applications of data communications in organizations from familiar applications into the more technical aspects of telecom architecture. Analyzes the various types of telecom networks, and how they are designed and configured, including issues involving the management and decision-making process within the telecom department. Students provided with hands-on network administration and configuration experience with a LAN administrator. Meets Core Curriculum Essential Learning Outcome for Quantitative Literacy (QL).


Pre-Req: MIST.2010 Mgmt Information Systems, or Instructor permission.

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