OHLONECOLLEGE

CURRICULUM COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES

April 3, 2006

Bldg. 25, Conference Room

 

Call meeting to order:3:17 p.m.

 

Present: Alyce Lentz, Chris Warden, Lesley Buehler, Deb Parziale, Carrie Dameron, Janice Jones, Jennifer Hurley, Kathy Sparling, Chieko Honma, Peggy Kauffman, Richard Grotegut, Michael Bowman, Heidi Barkow, Mikelyn Stacey

 

Minute Approval: (A)

Ø            Approval of Minutes: March 6, 2006

Motion to approve the minutes of March 6, 2006: Deb Parziale/second/Kathy Sparling. Motion carried with one Abstention

 

Program Review:

May 1st Curriculum Committee meeting, Deaf Studies will present their program review. Alyce commented that they just finished the draft and have distributed to outside the department and outside the college. The department will finalize at the end of April for board approval.

Suggestion was made to have a flex day workshop for areas under program review.

 

Chair’s Report:

Ø           Chris Warden nominates Richard Grotegut as temporary Curriculum Committee member to form a quorum. Alyce Lentz made the motion to approve temporary member status to Richard Grotegut/seconded by Lesley Buehler. Motion carried.

Ø           Differences between Major and Minor Revisions: Larger changes need to go through as Major revisions, Additional approvals only to be used for Distance Learning with no changes. Any additional approvals with minor changes to go through the minor process, except for General Education.

 

Course Revision Minor: (I)

  1. ART-131B Fine Art Photography: the Second Century – Paul Mueller

Minor revision to catalog description: “This course is a survey of 20th and 21st century photography and fine art set in historical and cultural context, including expression and aesthetic criticism.”; Minor revision to schedule description: “Photography's role as an historical art form in the 20th and 21st centuries.”; revision to student learning outcomes, course outline, course assignments, methods of evaluation/assessment, methods of instruction, and updated textbook

 

  1. ART - 139A Digital Photography – Paul Mueller

Minor catalog description revision: “This photography course on the Macintosh computer is a personal training class based on the software application Adobe Photoshop. Students will learn to navigate the application, build files, use several tools for manipulating images, and ultimately gain command of reproducing photographic images using alpha channels, layers, and filters. (Formerly ART 139).; revision to student learning outcomes, course outline, course assignments, methods of evaluation/assessment, methods of instruction, and updated textbook

 

  1. BA - 109B Computerized Accounting for SmallBusiness – Lesley Buehler & Rick Arellano

Minor revision to: revision to student learning outcomes, course outline, course assignments, methods of evaluation/assessment, methods of instruction, and updated textbook

 

  1. BA-126 Introduction to Marketing – Lesley Buehler

Catalog Description revision: “This course explores all fundamental aspects of marketing and the role marketing plays in the overall context of business. How markets develop, market segmentation and target marketing, the 4Ps of marketing (product, price, promotion, placement), and marketing theory and practice are examined in detail.”; schedule description revision: “Essentials of business and consumer marketing.; revision to: student learning outcomes, course outline, course assignments, methods of evaluation/assessment, methods of instruction, and updated textbook

 

  1. PHIL-114 Introduction to Islam – Wayne Yuen

Request for Cultural Diversity approval – approved 3/9/06: revision to student learning outcomes, course outline, course assignments, methods of evaluation/assessment, methods of instruction, and updated textbook

 

  1. WS-150 Women’s Health Issues – Lottie Bain

HLTH-150 Change prerequisite to: ENGL-101A; minor revision to student learning outcomes; assignments; methods of evaluation and instruction; updated textbook

 

Course Deactivation: (A)

  1. FREN-102A Intermediate French – Alexander Wolpe

 

Remove from deactivation process. Janice Jones made the motion to remove FREN-102A from the deactivation process/seconded by Alyce Lentz. Motion carried.

 

Course Revision Major: (A)

  1. PHIL-104 Logic – Wayne Yuen

Revision to student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation/assessment; methods of instruction; and textbook

 

  1. PHIL-107 Practical Reasoning – Wayne Yuen

Add advisory: ENGL-101A; revision to student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation/assessment; methods of instruction; and textbook

 

Deb Parziale made the motion to approve PHIL-104 and PHIL-107/seconded by Alyce Lentz. Motion carried.

 

New Course: (A)

  1. LSP-111 Job Seeking Skills – Kelly Wilmeth

 

Janice Jones made the motion to approve LSP-111/seconded by Carrie Dameron. Motion carried.

 

CS/CNET Certificates/Degrees Changes

 

Ø     CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Ø     Database Administration

Ø     Desktop Support (A+, Server+, MCP)

Ø     Linux Administration

Ø     SQL Database Administrator

Ø     Web Infrastructure

Ø     Windows MCSA

Ø     Windows MCSE

Ø     Microsoft Systems Engineer (Network+, MCP, MCSE) Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology (AS Degree)

Ø     Desktop Support Technician (A+, Network+, MCP) Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology (AS Degree)

Ø     CISCO Certified Network Professional (Network+, CCNA, CCNP) Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology (AS Degree)

Ø     Technical Support Specialist (A+, Network+, MCP) Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology (AS Degree)

Ø     Network Administrator (Network+, MCP or UNIX, CCNA) Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology (AS Degree)

Ø     UNIX/Linux Systems Administrator Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology (AS Degree)

 

Curriculum Guides - 2005-2006

CS/CNET
Certificates of Completion

CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE (CCNA)

Upon completion of the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certificate of Completion students will have gained the expertise they need to pass the test required to achieve Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) status. CCNA Certification skills include the ability to install, configure, and operate simple-routed LAN, routed WAN, and switched LAN networks.

Number

Title

Units

CNET-155A

LAN Network Design

3

CNET-155B

Router Configuration and Routing

3

CNET-156A

Routing and Switching

2

CNET-156B

WAN Design and Support

2

10

Need to Revise this Certificate

DATABASE ADMINISTRATION

This certificate prepares students in Oracle database administration.

Number

Title

Units

CNET-137

Introduction to SQL and PL/SQL Programming

4

CNET-135

Database Fundamentals I: Database Architecture and Administration

4

CNET-136

Database Fundamentals II:

4

 

 

 

16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Need to revise this Certificate

DESKTOP SUPPORT (A+, SERVER+, MCP)

This certificate will assist students in offering frontline or helpdesk support to end-users, assist computer users in getting the most from their computer products, and lead them through various procedures, helping them to fix problems. This support is conducted over the telephone, one-on-one, or in a small group training session.

Number

Title

Units

CNET-150

Network Operating Systems

4

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

2

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating Systems

2

CNET-105

PC Hardware and Software

4

 

 

 

12

LINUX ADMINISTRATION

Number

Title

Units

CNET-146

Introduction to UNIX/Linux

3

CNET-157

TCP/IP and Internetworking

3

CNET-140A

Linux Installation and Configuration

2

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration

2

CNET-142A

Linux Networking

2

CNET-142B

Linux Security

2

14

NEED APPROVAL FOR CS-168B

SQL DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR

The skills learned in this program are for individuals who derive physical database designs, develop logical data models, create physical databases, configure and manage security, monitor and optimize databases, and install and configure SQL Server.

Number

Title

Units

CS-104A

Visual Basic.NET Programming

4

CS-104B

Advanced Visual Basic.NET Programming

4

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating System

2

CNET-162B

Windows Network Infrastructure Administration

2

CNET-168A

Network Application Administration II - Database

2

CNET-168B

Designing and Implementing SQL 2000

2

16

 

 

 

WEB INFRASTRUCTURE

This is the first of three Web Certificates, which together prepare students for a broad and specific readiness in dynamic Web technology, from administration to development and interface. Web Infrastructure specializes on Web server administration, the backbone of the Web.

Number

Title

Units

CNET-150

Network Operating Systems

4

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

2

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating System

2

CNET-140A

Linux Installation and Configuration

2

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration

2

Choose 5-8 units from the following courses:

Number

Title

Units

CS-104D

Web Services for .NET

(4)

CNET-137

Introduction to SQL and PL/SQL Programming

(3)

CNET-157

TCP/IP and Internetworking

(3)

 

 

 

17-20

WINDOWS MCSA

Upon completion of this program students will be prepared for Microsoft certifications as an MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator). The MCSA credential certifies that students have the skills to successfully implement, manage, and troubleshoot the ongoing needs of Microsoft Windows 2000-based operating environments, including Windows.NET Server. An MCSA candidate should have six to twelve months of experience working with a desktop operating system, a network operating system, and an existing network infrastructure. MCSA candidates are required to pass three core exams and one elective exam. Following are the sequence of Ohlone courses that will prepare students for certification and identify the core and elective Microsoft exams that will lead to certification:

Number

Title

Units

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

2

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating System

2

CNET-162B

Windows Networking Infrastructure Administration

2

Choose one course from the following:

Number

Title

Units

CNET-165B

Microsoft Internet Security Server (IIS)

2

CNET-167A

Network Application Administration I - Email (Exchange 2000)

2

CNET-168A

Network Application Administration II - Database (SQL)

2

8

 

 

 

WINDOWS MCSE

For network professionals Microsoft offers the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) credential. MCSEs are qualified to effectively plan, implement, maintain, and support information systems in a wide range of computing environments using the Microsoft Windows 2003 Server and the Microsoft Back Office integrated family of server products.

Number

Title

Units

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

2

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating System

2

CNET-162B

Windows Network Infrastructure Administration

2

CNET-164A

Microsoft Directory Services

2

CNET-162C

Planning a Microsoft Windows Networking Infrastructure

2

Choose any two of the following courses:

Number

Title

Units

CNET-164B

Designing Microsoft Windows Directory Service Infrastructure

2

CNET-165A

Designing a Secure Microsoft Windows Network

2

CNET-165B

Microsoft Internet Security Server (IIS)

2

CNET-167A

Network Application Administration I - Email (Exchange 2000)

2

CNET-168A

Network Application Administration II - Database (SQL)

2

14

 

Microsoft Systems Engineer
(Network+, MCP, MCSE)
Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology
AS Degree
and
Certificate of Achievement Program

For network professionals, Microsoft offers the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) credential. MCSE’s are qualified to effectively plan, implement, maintain, and support information systems in a wide range of computing environments using the Microsoft Windows Server Products and the Microsoft BackOffice®. Candidates for this degree option must have strong PC skills prior to enrolling in the program.

Requirements for AS Degree:

  1. Complete Major Field and Supporting Courses with a 2.0 grade point average.
  2. Complete Plan A, B, or C General Education requirements. These are specified in the Ohlone College Catalog.
  3. Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
  4. Complete at least 12 units at OhloneCollege.

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement:

  1. Complete Major Field courses as indicated below.
  2. Complete at least six units at OhloneCollege.
  3. Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.

Major Field

Major Field Courses

Number

Title

Units

CNET-146

Introduction to UNIX/Linux

3

CNET-152

Data Communications (Network+)

2

CNET-157

TCP/IP and Internetworking

3

CNET-150

Network Operating Systems

4

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

2

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating Systems

2

CNET-162B

Windows Network Infrastructure Administration

2

CNET-164A

Microsoft Directory Services

2

CNET-162C

Planning a Microsoft Windows Networking Infrastructure

2

CNET-164B

Designing Microsoft Windows Directory Services Infrastructure

2

CNET-165A

Designing a Secure Microsoft Windows Network

2

ENGL-156

Introduction to Report and Technical Writing OR

3

SPCH-115

Career Communication

(3)

29

Supporting Courses (minimum six units required)

Choose 1-4 units from the following:

Supporting Courses - Required

Number

Title

Units

CNET-195A1-4

Internship

1-4

Choose 2-5 units from the following:

Additional Supporting Courses

Number

Title

CNET-101

Introduction to Computers and Information Technology

CS-102

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++

CS-104A

Visual Basic.NET Programming

CNET-147

UNIX Shell Programming

 

 

 

 

CNET-149

PERL Programming

CS-170

Java Programming

CS-175

JavaScript for Web Development

CS-176

CGI Programming with PERL for Web Development

CNET-105

PC Hardware and Software

CNET-165B

Microsoft Internet Security Accelerator (ISA)

CNET-167A

Network Application Administration I – Email

CNET-168A

Network Application Administration II – Database

CNET-140A

Linux Installation and Configuration

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration

CNET-142A

Linux Networking

CNET-142B

Linux Security

 

 

 

 

CNET-155A

LAN Network Design

CNET-155B

Router Configuration and Routing

CNET-156A

Routing and Switching

CNET-156B

WAN Design and Support

CNET-158

Wireless Networks

CNET-170

Network Security

CNET-182

Advanced Routing

CNET-183

Remote Access Networks

CNET-184

Advanced Switching

CNET-185

Internetworking Troubleshooting

 

 

Desktop Support Technician
(A+, Network+, MCP)
Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology
AS Degree
and
Certificate of Achievement Program

PC Technicians install, fix, repair, and upgrade personal computers. In contrast to Technical Support Specialists, who often support computer software applications, PC Technicians tend to focus on computer hardware. Software is used, but typically only at the operating system level in order to diagnose problems or correctly configure a system.

Requirements for AS Degree:

  1. Complete Major Field and Supporting Courses with a 2.0 grade point average.
  2. Complete Plan A, B, or C General Education requirements. These are specified in the Ohlone College Catalog.
  3. Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
  4. Complete at least 12 units at OhloneCollege.

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement:

  1. Complete Major Field courses as indicated below.
  2. Complete at least six units at OhloneCollege.
  3. Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.

 

 

 

Major Field

Major Field Courses

Number

Title

Units

CNET-152

Data Communications (Network+)

2

 

 

 

CNET-150

Network Operating Systems

4

CNET-161A

Supporting Users on XP

2

CNET-161B

Supporting Applications on XP

2

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

2

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating Systems

2

CNET-105

PC Hardware and Software

4

CNET-158

Wireless Networks

4

ENGL-156

Introduction to Report and Technical Writing OR

3

SPCH-115

Career Communication

(3)

23

Supporting Courses (minimum six units required)

Choose 1-4 units from the following:

Supporting Courses

Number

Title

Units

CS-195A1-4

Internship

1-4

Choose 2-5 units from the following:

Additional Supporting Courses

Number

Title

CNET-101

Introduction to Computers and Information Technology

CS-102

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++

CS-104A

Visual Basic.NET Programming

CNET-146

Introduction to UNIX/Linux

CNET-147

UNIX Shell Programming

 

 

 

 

CNET-149

PERL Programming

CS-170

Java Programming

CS-175

JavaScript for Web Development

CS-176

CGI Programming with PERL for Web Development

CNET-162B

Windows Network Infrastructure Administration

CNET-164A

Microsoft Directory Services

CNET-162C

Planning a Microsoft Windows Networks Infrastructure

CNET-164B

Designing Microsoft Windows Directory Services Infrastructure

CNET-165A

Designing a Secure Microsoft Windows Network

CNET-165B

Microsoft Internet Security Server (IIS)

CNET-167A

Network Application Administration I – Email

CNET-168A

Network Application Administration II – Database

CNET-140A

Linux Installation and Configuration

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration

CNET-142A

Linux Networking

CNET-142B

Linux Security

 

 

 

 

CNET-155A

LAN Network Design

CNET-155B

Router Configuration and Routing

CNET-156A

Routing and Switching

CNET-156B

WAN Design and Support

 

 

CNET-170

Network Security

CNET-182

Advanced Routing

CNET-183

Remote Access Networks

CNET-184

Advanced Switching

CNET-185

Internetworking Troubleshooting

 

CISCO Certified Network Professional
(Network+, CCNA, CCNP)
Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology
AS Degree
and
Certificate of Achievement Program

The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certificate is designed for professionals who work with traditional Cisco technology-based networks in which LAN and WAN routers and LAN switches predominate. This includes network design, configuration, and installation. Configuration techniques increase bandwidth, improve response times, enhance reliability and quality of service (QoS), maximize performance, and improve network security.

Requirements for AS Degree:

  1. Complete Major Field and Supporting Courses with a 2.0 grade point average.
  2. Complete Plan A, B, or C General Education requirements. These are specified in the Ohlone College Catalog.
  3. Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
  4. Complete at least 12 units at OhloneCollege.

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement:

  1. Complete Major Field courses as indicated below.
  2. Complete at least six units at OhloneCollege.
  3. Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.

 

Major Field

Major Field Courses

Number

Title

Units

CNET-152

Data Communications (Network+)

2

CNET-157

TCP/IP and Internetworking

3

CNET-150

Network Operating Systems

4

CNET-155A

LAN Network Design

2

CNET-155B

Router Configuration and Routing

2

CNET-156A

Routing and Switching

2

CNET-156B

WAN Design and Support

2

CNET-182

Advanced Routing

3

CNET-183

Remote Access Networks

3

CNET-184

Advanced Switching

3

CNET-185

Internetworking Troubleshooting

3

ENGL-156

Introduction to Report and Technical Writing OR

3

SPCH-115

Career Communication

(3)

32

Supporting Courses

Supporting Courses - Required

Number

Title

Units

CS-195A1-4

Internship

1-4

Choose 2-5 units from the following:

Additional Supporting Courses

Number

Title

CNET-101

Introduction to Computers and Information Technology

CS-102

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++

CS-104A

Visual Basic .NET Programming

CNET-146

Introduction to UNIX/Linux

CNET-147

UNIX Shell Programming

 

 

 

 

CNET-149

PERL Programming

CS-170

Java Programming

CS-175

JavaScript for Web Development

CS-176

CGI Programming with PERL for Web Development

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating Systems

CNET-105

PC Hardware and Software

CNET-162B

Windows Network Infrastructure Administration

CNET-164A

Microsoft Directory Services

CNET-162C

Planning a Microsoft Windows Networking Infrastructure

CNET-164B

Designing Microsoft Windows Directory Services Infrastructure

CNET-165A

Designing a Secure Microsoft Windows Network

CNET-165B

Microsoft Internet Security (IIS)

CNET-167A

Network Application Administration I – Email

CNET-168A

Network Application Administration II – Database

CNET-140A

Linux Installation and Configuration

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration

CNET-142A

Linux Networking

CNET-142B

Linux Security

 

 

 

 

CNET-158

Wireless Networks

CNET-170

Network Security

 

Technical Support Specialist
(A+, Network+, MCP)
Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology
AS Degree
and
Certificate of Achievement Program

A Technical Support Specialist offers frontline support to end-users, assisting them in getting the most from their computer product. The specialist is responsible for leading the end-users through various procedures helping them fix their problems; this support could be conducted over the telephone, one-on-one, or in a small group training session.

Requirements for AS Degree:

  1. Complete Major Field and Supporting Courses with a 2.0 grade point average.
  2. Complete Plan A, B, or C General Education requirements. These are specified in the Ohlone College Catalog.
  3. Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
  4. Complete at least 12 units at OhloneCollege.

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement:

  1. Complete Major Field courses as indicated below.
  2. Complete at least six units at OhloneCollege.
  3. Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.

Major Field

Major Field Courses

Number

Title

Units

CNET-101

Introduction to Computers and Information Technology

3

CNET-146

Introduction to UNIX/Linux

3

CNET-152

Data Communications (Network+)

2

CNET-157

TCP/IP and Internetworking

3

CNET-150

Network Operating Systems

4

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

2

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating Systems

2

CNET-105

PC Hardware and Software

4

ENGL-156

Introduction to Report and Technical Writing OR

3

SPCH-115

Career Communication

(3)

26

Supporting Courses (minimum six units required)

Choose 1-4 units from the following:

Supporting Courses

Number

Title

Units

CS-195A1-4

Internship

1-4

Choose 2-5 units from the following:

Additional Supporting Courses

Number

Title

CS-102

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++

CS-104A

Visual Basic.NET Programming

CNET-147

UNIX Shell Programming

 

 

 

 

CNET-149

PERL Programming

CS-170

Java Programming

CS-175

JavaScript for Web Development

CS-176

CGI Programming with PERL for Web Development

CNET-162B

Windows Network Infrastructure Administration

CNET-164A

Microsoft Directory Services

CNET-162C

Designing Microsoft Windows Networking Infrastructure

CNET-164B

Designing Microsoft Windows Directory Services Infrastructure

CNET-165A

Designing a Secure Microsoft Windows Network

CNET-165B

Microsoft Internet Security Server (IIS)

CNET-167A

Network Application Administration I – Email

CNET-168A

Network Application Administration II – Database

CNET-140A

Linux Installation and Configuration

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration

CNET-142A

Linux Networking

CNET-142B

Linux Security

 

 

 

 

CNET-155A

LAN Network Design

CNET-155B

Router Configuration and Routing

CNET-156A

Routing and Switching

CNET-156B

WAN Design and Support

CNET-158

Wireless Networks

CNET-170

Network Security

CNET-182

Advanced Routing

CNET-183

Remote Access Networks

CNET-184

Advanced Switching

CNET-185

Internetworking Troubleshooting

 

Network Administrator
(Network+, MCP or UNIX, CCNA)
Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology
AS Degree
and
Certificate of Achievement Program

Network Administrators manage all of the day-to-day aspects of a computer network. In addition to configuring networks they are responsible for making the network operational 24 hours a day. Tasks performed include adding/deleting users, backing up the server, loading new software applications, and maintaining security. Network Administrators are responsible for fixing an application or service, such as e-mail or printer access, when it is not working properly. Candidates for this degree option must have strong PC skills prior to enrolling in the program.

Requirements for AS Degree:

  1. Complete Major Field and Supporting Courses with a 2.0 grade point average.
  2. Complete Plan A, B, or C General Education requirements. These are specified in the Ohlone College Catalog.
  3. Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
  4. Complete at least 12 units at OhloneCollege.

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement:

  1. Complete Major Field courses as indicated below.
  2. Complete at least six units at OhloneCollege.
  3. Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.

Major Field

Major Field Courses

Number

Title

Units

CNET-152

Data Communications (Network+)

2

CNET-157

TCP/IP and Internetworking

3

CNET-150

Network Operating Systems

4

CNET-160A

Microsoft Client Operating Systems AND

2

CNET-162A

Microsoft Server Operating Systems AND

2

CNET-162B

Windows Network Infrastructure Administration AND

2

CNET-164A

Microsoft Directory Services OR

2

CNET-146

Introduction to UNIX/Linux AND

(3)

CNET-147

UNIX Shell Programming AND

(4)

 

 

 

CNET-140A

Linux Install and Configuration AND

(2)

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration

(2)

CNET-155A

LAN Network Design

3

CNET-155B

Router Configuration and Routing

3

CNET-156A

Routing and Switching

2

CNET-156B

WAN Design and Support

2

ENGL-156

Introduction to Report and Technical Writing OR

3

SPCH-115

Career Communication

(3)

30-33

Supporting Courses (minimum six units required)

Choose 1-4 units from the following:

Supporting Courses

Number

Title

Units

CS-195A1-4

Internship

1-4

Choose 2-5 units from the following:

Additional Supporting Courses

Number

Title

CNET-101

Introduction to Computers and Information Technology

CS-102

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++

CS-104A

Visual Basic.NET Programming

 

 

CNET-149

PERL Programming

CS-170

Java Programming

CS-175

JavaScript for Web Development

CS-176

CGI Programming with PERL for Web Development

CNET-105

PC Hardware and Software

CNET-162C

Designing Microsoft Windows Networking Infrastructure

CNET-164B

Designing Microsoft Windows Directory Services Infrastructure

CNET-165A

Designing a Secure Microsoft Windows Network

CNET-165B

Microsoft Internet Security Server (IIS)

CNET-167A

Network Application Administration I – Email

CNET-168A

Network Application Administration II – Database

CNET-140A

Linux Installation and Configuration

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration

CNET-142A

Linux Networking

CNET-142B

Linux Security

 

 

 

 

CNET-158

Wireless Networks

CNET-170

Network Security

CNET-182

Advanced Routing

CNET-183

Remote Access Networks

CNET-184

Advanced Switching

CNET-185

Internetworking Troubleshooting

 

UNIX/Linux Systems Administrator
Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology
AS Degree
and
Certificate of Achievement Program

Students who complete this program learn the skills and the general knowledge of UNIX/Linux Systems Administration, including an understanding of theory and the development of a solid foundation of system administration skills. Graduates are qualified for entry-level positions in UNIX/Linux Systems Administration.

Requirements for AS Degree:

  1. Complete Major Field and Area Specialization courses with a 2.0 grade point average.
  2. Complete Plan A, B, or C General Education requirements. These are specified in the Ohlone College Catalog.
  3. Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
  4. Complete at least 12 units at OhloneCollege.

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement:

  1. Complete Major Field and Area Specialization courses as indicated below.
  2. Complete at least six units at OhloneCollege.
  3. Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field and Area Specialization courses.

Major Field

Major Field Courses

Number

Title

Units

CNET-146

Introduction to UNIX/Linux

3

CNET-147

Shell Programming

4

CNET-149

PERL Programming

4

 

 

4

 

 

4

CNET-140A

Linux Installation and Configuration AND

(2)

CNET-140B

Linux System Administration AND

(2)

CNET-142A

Linux Networking AND

(2)

CNET-142B

Linux Security

(2)

CNET-150

Network Operating Systems

4

SPCH-115

Career Communication

3

26

 

 

Area Specializations

Complete one course from each of the following Area Specializations.

Advanced Administrative Elective: 1-4 units

Advanced Administrative Elective Courses

Number

Title

Units

CNET-135

Database Fundamentals I:
Database Architecture and Administration

(4)

 

 

(2)

 

 

(2)

CNET-170

Network Security

(4)

CS-195A1-A4

Internship

(1-4)

AND

Programming Elective: 2-4 units

Programming Elective Courses

Number

Title

Units

CS-102

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++

(4)

CS-124

Advanced Programming with Data Structures

(4)

CNET-137

Introduction to SQL and PL/SQL Programming

(4)

CS-170

Java Programming

(4)

 

 

 

29-34

 

 

Carrie Dameron made the motion to approve CS/CNET Certificates & Degrees name changes and course re-numbering with correction to units on Desktop Certificate to 25 units instead of 23 units/seconded by Chieko Honma. Motion carried.

 

Issues: (A/I)

Ø           Department Name Correction: CNET should be Computers, Networks, and Emerging Technology”. Change from Computer Networking and Emerging Technology.

 

Deb Parziale made the motion to approve the Department name change for CNET from Computer Networking and Emerging Technology; to Computers, Networks, and Emerging Technology.

 

Ø           Title III update – Deb Parziale

Evaluating – course evaluation, peer evaluation, student evaluation, dean evaluation; looking for student feedback. Next year we are moving to Datatel 18. WebAdvisor 3 and coming soon Electronic portfolios. Students who have 6.5 units or more will have an E-portfolio. This will be a collection of the students work. Details are still being worked out. We are also looking at professional and institutional portfolios. Requesting feedback. Vendor will be on campus on April 10th in the Video Conference Room from 2-4.

 

 

 

Ø           Distance Learning Rubric

 

Comments: Carrie Dameron thankful for the Distance Learning rubric. It’s clear. This could be an assessment tool. We don’t have a rubric for traditional courses. Deb Parziale made the motion to approve the use of the rubric for one year/seconded by Carrie Dameron. Motion carried.

 

 

Adjournment:4:30 p.m.