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Course Catalog


This is a lecture and laboratory course that explores networking from the ground up. This course is built around the study of the various components of the theoretical OSI networking model from beginning to end. Moreover, students study various practical implementations of the OSI layers. Topics include data transmission, wired and wireless networking, multiplexing and switching, error detection and correction, routing and network addressing, flow and congestion control, socket programming, and network security. Prerequisites: CSCI 220 and CSCI 225.

Grade Basis: Letter Grade
Credits: 4.0