This certificate is designed to give students the knowledge they need to understand and maintain networks with the Unix/Linux Operating Systems. Completion of this certificate provides opportunities of employment in the information technology industry as a potential systems administrator, networking administrator, network technician, network technology specialist or a networking specialist of Unix/Linux systems.
Upon completion of the required courses with at least a “C” grade or better in each course, the student will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement, Unix Administrator (Linux+).
This is a new certificate from a revised program and at this time we do not have any data to provide. But would like to anticipate within 2 years that there would be between 20-25 completers. This could also be effected by the creation of a degree.
The Unix Administrator (Linux+) Certificate of Achievement provides an introduction to computing, programming, data communications, security and other principal aspects of understanding industry standard computer with the UNIX and Linux Operating Systems. Students who complete the certificate will be prepared to program and operate computers in a Linux/UNIX environment. In addition, they will be prepared to administer, install, configure and fine-tune UNIX-based systems, including mixed brands of computer hardware. Completion of this certificate provides opportunities of employment in the information technology industry as a potential systems administrator, networking administrator, network technician, network technology specialist or a networking specialist of Unix/Linux systems.
The program requirements for this COA will include 5 courses total, for
16 units. The program requirements will be met in 2 years orless based on course offering frequency. CBIS 1, which is a prerequisite for CBIS 14 is scheduled to be offered every semester to allow entry into the program in any semester. All of the program required courses offer both lecture and lab hours for both theory and practical learning.
(Y1 or S1)
|CBIS 1||Computer Concepts||4||All semesters/years|
|CBIS 14||Internet Security||3||spring of years 1 and 2, summer of year 1|
|CBIS 15||Information Networking||3||Fall and Summer of Year 1 and spring of year 2|
|CBIS 22A||Business Operating Software: Using UNIX||3||Fall and Summer of Year 1|
|CSIS 29C||Web Development III: Flash and Dreamweaver||3||Fall of Year 1|
Diann Thursby · 01/14/20
Received regional recommendation at 01-13-2020 IEDRC Deans Meeting.