About the Program

Networking is the common factor in distributed processing, online systems, teleprocessing, terminal based systems and real-time systems. Wide-area communications and local-area networks are explored as well as many of the latest protocols.  All topics are covered from a practical rather than a theoretical viewpoint.

Students must earn a cumulative grade of “C” or better in all courses offered within the Information Systems Technology Department to be eligible for graduation.

 

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