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SYSTEMS DESIGN & ADMINISTRATION I

Curtis Larsen

Computer & Information Technology
Dixie State College

Course Structure: 50 minute classes - three times a week

 

Course Description

Course for students in Computer Information Systems or in Computer and Information Technologies programs. This course will instruct students in system administration topics, including computer hardware selection, user account management, file system optimization, and security. Basic system services such as FTP, WWW, email, printer, and DBMS will also be covered. Students will be required to install, configure, and test the services in a server environment. Three lecture hours per week.

If you are a student with a physical or mental impairment and would like to request accommodations, please contact the Disability Resource Center (652-7516) in Room 201 of the Student Services Center. The Disability Resource Center will determine your eligibility for services based upon complete professional documentation. If you are deemed eligible, the Disability Resource Center will further evaluate the effectiveness of your accommodation requests and will authorize reasonable accommodations that are appropriate for your disability.

Copyright 2008, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource. jones. (2007, November 06). Systems Design and Adminsitration I. Retrieved July 29, 2014, from Dixie State College of Utah Web site: http://ocw.dixie.edu/computer-and-information-technology/systems-design-and-adminsitration-i. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Creative Commons License