Course Descriptions


CMPNET 131 NETWORK CABLING INFRASTRUCTURE
4 units | CSU 36 hours lecture, 108 hours lab

Introduces cabling requirements and standards used in modern telecommunications infrastructures, including content related to the BICSI Level 1 Installer Exam.
CMPNET 132 A+ COMPUTER REPAIR
4 units | CSU 36 hours lecture, 108 hours lab

Provides instruction in computer repair and upgrade including content related to the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) A+ certification.
CMPNET 133 DATA CENTER
4 units | CSU 36 hours lecture, 108 hours lab

Examines data center design and implementation with a focus on environmentally friendly green technologies.
ESYST 101 BASIC ELECTRONICS
4 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 54 hours lab

Introduces basic electronics and electronic systems technology.
CMPNET 151 CCNA PREP 1
7 units | CSU 108 hours lecture, 54 hours lab

The first of two classes are in designing, configurating, and maintaining LANs including cabling, routing, IP addressing, network technologies and network troubleshooting skills. This course aligns with the Cisco CCNA and CompTIA Network+ certification exams and helps the student with their preparation for those certification exams. Credit limitation: CMPNET-151, 154, 155; maximum credit 7 units.
CMPNET 152 CCNA PREP 2
7 units | CSU 108 hours lecture, 54 hours lab

Prerequisite: CMPNET-151 or CMPNET-155 or Cisco CCENT Certification
The second of two classes extend knowledge and experience in designing, configuring and maintaining LANs and WANs, including WAN technologies PPP and Frame Relay and LAN technologies VLANs, VTP, and STP. This course aligns with the Cisco CCNA and CompTIA Network+ certification exams and helps the student with their preparation for those certification exams. Credit limitation:
CMPNET-152, 156, 157; maximum credit 7 units.

CMPNET 154 CCNA R&S: INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKS
3.5 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 27 hours lab

The first of four classes in designing, configuring, and maintaining LANs, include cabling, IP addressing, network technologies and network troubleshooting skills.

This course aligns with the Cisco CCENT and CompTIA Network+ certification exams and helps the student with their preparation for those certification exams. Credit limitation: CMPNET-151, 154, 155; maximum credit 7 units.

Computer Networking instructor teaching.  photo © Robin Spurs


CMPNET 155 CCNA R&S: ROUTING AND SWITCHING ESSENTIALS
3.5 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 27 hours lab

Prerequisite: CMPNET-154
The second of four classes in designing, configuring, and maintaining LANs, include cabling, IP addressing, network technologies and network troubleshooting skills.

This course aligns with the Cisco CCENT and CompTIA Network+ certification exams and helps the student with their preparation for those certification exams. Credit limitation: CMPNET-151, 154, 155; maximum credit 7 units.
CMPNET 156 CCNA R&S: SCALING NETWORKS
3.5 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 27 hours lab

Prerequisite: CMPNET-151 or CMPNET-155 or Cisco CCENT Certification
The third of four classes in designing, configuring, and maintaining LANs, include cabling, IP addressing, network technologies and network troubleshooting skills.

This course aligns with the Cisco CCNA and CompTIA Network+ certification exams and helps the student with their preparation for those certification exams. Credit limitation: CMPNET-152, 156, 157; maximum credit 7 units.
CMPNET 157 CCNA R&S: CONNECTING NETWORKS
3.5 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 27 hours lab

Prerequisite: CMPNET-156
The fourth of four classes in designing, configuring, and maintaining LANs, include cabling, IP addressing, network technologies and network troubleshooting skills.

This course aligns with the Cisco CCNA and CompTIA Network+ certification exams and helps the student with their preparation for those certification exams. Credit limitation: CMPNET-152, 156, 157; maximum credit 7 units.
CMPNET 166 MCSA PREP 1
7 units | CSU 108 hours lecture, 54 hours lab

First of two courses covering Microsoft MCSA certification. This course aligns with the tests Windows client OS and Installing and Configuring Windows Server OS and helps the student with their preparation for those certification exams. Credit limitation:
CMPNET-166, 176, 177; maximum credit 7 units.

Computer Networking student at computer.  photo © Robin Spurs

CMPNET 167 MCSA PREP 2
7 units | CSU 108 hours lecture, 54 hours lab

Prerequisite: CMPNET-166 or CMPNET-177
Second of two courses covering Microsoft MCSA certification. This course aligns with the tests Administering Windows Server OS and Configuring Advanced Windows Server OS Services and helps the student with their preparation for those certification exams. Credit limitation: CMPNET-167, 178, 179; maximum credit 7 units.


CMPNET 176 MCSA: CLIENT OS
3.5 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 27 hours lab

First of four courses covering Microsoft MCSA certification. This course aligns with the test Windows client OS and helps the student with their preparation for that certification exam. Credit limitation: CMPNET-166, 176, 177; maximum credit 7 units.


CMPNET 177 MCSA: SERVER OS
3.5 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 27 hours lab

Prerequisite: CMPNET-176
Second of four courses covering Microsoft MCSA certification. This course aligns with the test Windows server OS and helps the student with their preparation for that certification exam. Credit limitation: CMPNET-166, 176, 177; maximum credit 7 units.


CMPNET 178 MCSA: ADMINISTERING WINDOWS SERVER
3.5 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 27 hours lab

Prerequisite: CMPNET-166 or CMPNET-177 or Microsoft
Server OS Certification
Third of four courses covering Microsoft MCSA certification. This course aligns with the test Administering Windows Server OS and helps the student with their preparation for that certification exam. Credit limitation: CMPNET-167, 178, 179; maximum credit 7 units.


CMPNET 179 MCSA: CONFIGURING ADVANCED WINDOWS SERVER SERVICES
3.5 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 27 hours lab

Prerequisite: CMPNET-178
Fourth of four courses covering Microsoft MCSA certification. This course aligns with the test Configuring Advanced Windows Server Services and helps the student with their preparation for that certification exam. Credit limitation: CMPNET-167, 178, 179; maximum credit 7 units.


ESYST 111 ELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS
4 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 54 hours lab

Co-requisite: ESYST-101
Presents the theory and application of mechanical devices and their control circuits, including component recognition, electrical schematic diagrams, hydraulics, pneumatics, AC and DC motors, stepping motors, mechanical drive systems and servomechanisms.


ESYST 112 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS
4 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 54 hours lab

Co-requisite: ESYST-101
Presents industrial robotics, including designing, building, operating and programming.


ESYST 113 INDUSTRIAL CONTROLLERS
4 units | CSU 54 hours lecture, 54 hours lab

Co-requisite: ESYST-101
Presents basic control systems for process machines and driven equipment used in industry, including programmable controllers, basic electrical circuits, input devices, output devices, control diagrams and specific programmable controller applications.


MATH 140 INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS
4 units | UC:CSU 90 hours lecture
C-ID MATH 110

Prerequisite: MATH-070 or MATH-075 or appropriate math placement as determined by the COC mathematics assessment process.
Examines statistical methods including empirical and theoretical frequency distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression, probability, counting techniques and computer-based statistical software. UC credit limitation: MATH-140H, MATH-140, BUS-291, ECON-291, PSYCH-104, and SOCI-137 combined, maximum credit one course.


MATH 140H INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS - HONORS
4 units | UC:CSU 90 hours lecture
C-ID MATH 110

Prerequisite: MATH-070 or MATH-075 or appropriate math placement as determined by the COC mathematics assessment process.
Examines statistical methods including empirical and theoretical frequency distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression, probability, counting techniques and computer-based statistical software. Honors work challenges students to be more analytical through expanded assignments involving critical analysis of peer-reviewed journals and primary scientific literature. UC credit limitation: MATH-140H, MATH-140, BUS-291, ECON-291, PSYCH-104 and SOCI-137 combined, maximum credit one course.