Internet Technology (IT)
The course introduces technical aspects of the Internet and Internetworking. Each class session contains lectures and hands-on exercises in the computer lab to demonstrate and reinforce concepts introduced in lectures. Subject matter covered includes networking concepts; network protocols; network related hardware and software; Internet, intranet and the Web; and security and privacy issues. Note: Only open to students in the Online Accelerated Bachelor's Degree Program.
This is a capstone course for the Web Media Certificate. In this project-based course, students use their knowledge from other IT courses to develop a completely functional Web site which includes all the features found in a commercial Web site.
This course will cover client-and server side programs using Java. The focus is on writing Applets and Servlets. Applets cover AWT and swing, events, graphics and more. Servlets include processing of client data, session handling, Applet-Server communication, database connectivity and more. Introduction to Java Server Pages (JSP).
Students learn to install and configure a web server, an application server, run CGI scripts, and test security. Web security issues are covered. Topics include Unix and Windows/NT fundamentals, database issues, and legal, ethical and privacy issues. The full responsibilities of a Webmaster are discussed.