|Instructor: Scott Beckstrand||Phone: 651-4464||Office: 2659B||Email: email@example.com|
|Required: Network Pro 978-1-935080-43-5, Key Ordering Information
Recommended: Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Michael Meyers, McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 5th edition, 978-0-071789-22-6
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This course will prepare you to take and pass the CompTIA Network+ test. The course consists of videos, lessons, labs, short exams and a final. All labs, exams and the final are provided in LabSim. Please note the table above for required due dates for the LabSim sections labs and exams. If you complete the first group before the mid-semester deadline, you can continue to work on the following sections. You may repeat the labs and exams as many times as you desire, but must have at least an 80% score to receive credit. In other words, if you score 80% or above you will get points toward your grade. The Final test will become available on May 12 and must be taken no later than the end of day on May 16th. Please contact me if you have any questions.
No exceptions can or will be made on the deadlines except due to catastrophic circumstances
I am not able to Withdrawal students. If you need to withdrawal please contact the registration office. I do not grant Incomplete grades except under very extraordinary circumstances.
Your grade will be determined as follows:
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ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: Scholastic dishonesty will not be tolerated and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent. You are expected to have read and understood the current issue of the student handbook (published by Student Services) regarding student responsibilities and rights, and the intellectual property policy, for information about procedures and about what constitutes acceptable on-campus behavior.
If you have a documented disability that may require assistance, you will need to contact the Disability Resource Center (DRC) for coordination of your academic accommodations. The DRC is located in Student Services on each campus. The phone numbers for each DRC office are: West Charleston 651-5644, Cheyenne 651-4045, and Henderson 651-3795.
This course fulfills the computation component for related instruction for the certificate of achievement in networking. This component will be fulfilled in the section dealing with IP Addressing. In this section, students will learn:
1. How to convert decimal values to binary values and binary to decimal
2. How to look at an IP address and divide it between its host and network sections
3. How to determine the class of IP address by looking at its network value
4. How to correctly subnet an IP address after determining its class