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DON MARIANO MARCOS MEMORIAL STATE UNIVERSITY

MID-LA UNION CAMPUS City of San Fernando, La Union

COURSE SYLLABUS

-in-

MITM 205 - Advanced Computer Networks

Philosophy

Total human development with appropriate competencies.

Vision

A premier and globally competitive university.

Mission

Provides relevant quality instruction, research and extension.

Goal

To lead in transforming human resources into productive self-reliant citizens and responsible leaders.

Goal of the College

To provide quality instruction and engage in research, extension, and resource generation in the field of Information Technology.

Objectives of the Program

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program aims to achieve the following:

1.

To strengthen the ICT capability of the region in terms of manpower resources to promote the growth of Information and Communications

Technology.

2.

To develop in its students the effective use of Information Technology (IT), to solve problems, improve or re-engineer process of organizations.

3.

To provide students with theoretical or practical knowledge on various aspects of information systems planning, systems implementation, systems

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I. Degree Program: MASTER IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II. Course Code: MITM 205

III. Course Title: ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS

IV. Credit Units: 3 Total No. of Hours: 54 Total No. of Hours Per Week: 3

V. Course Description:

The course covers the study of computer network architectures, protocols, and interfaces. Discussion will also include end-to-end protocols,

congestion control, high speed networking, and network management.

VI. Course Objectives:

At the end of the term, the student is expected to be familiar with the underlying principles and theories and applications of computer network along with

the data communication within the network.

Specifically, the student should be able to:

1.

Conceptualize the movement of data among computers involve many different components and methodologies.

2.

Apply the theories and operations of the Open Systems Interconnection model.

3.

Understand the applicability of the different types of network and the topologies it used.

4.

Identify the networking medium, peripherals and devices used in the network.

5.

Understand the Local Area Network technologies with the use of Ethernet.

6.

Apply the theories and operations of the IP Address that uniquely identifies the devices across the network.

7.

Understand the special set of rules that end points in a telecommunication connection.

8.

Design and developed the data movement across and internetwork from a source to destination and discovering the best path of data can be sent.

9.

Understand the provisions made in an underlying computer network infrastructure, policies adopted by the network administrator to protect the

network and the network-accessible resources from unauthorized access and the effectiveness

VII. Course Requirements:

1.

Quizzes/Assignments

2.

Term Examinations

3.

Researches/Term Paper

4.

Laboratory Activities/Project

VIII. Methodology:

The following are the teaching methodologies/strategies to be used to deliver the content of this course lecture/class discussion conducted by teacher,

recitation oral questions by teacher answered orally by students, discussion groups through Online forums/E-Groups, library research on topics or

problems, lecture-demonstration by teacher/another instructor(s) from a special field (guest speaker), presentation by a panel of instructors, student

reports by individuals, and problem solving or case study or project study.

Grading:

MG/TFG

Class Standing (50%) : This includes Assignments, Research Works, Projects and other requirements needed to test competency of the student.

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IX. Course Content:

Learning Contents/Tasks Time

Allotment

Expected Outcome/Values

Formation Teaching Strategies Instructional Aids

Evaluation Techniques

1. Vision, Philosophy, and MGOs 1.1 Vision

1.2 Philosophy

1.3 Mission, Goals, and Objectives

3 hrs

State the MGOs

Appreciate the VMGOs

Lecture Memorization Recitation

PowerPoint presentations, Posters, Info. Bulletin, Syllabus, and others

Recitation Quizzes

2. Introduction to Course, Description of Requirements and other policies

1 hr Describe the course and its contents, requirements and policies.

Discussion Case Study

PowerPoint presentations, Posters, Info. Bulletin, Syllabus, and others

Recitation

3. Introduction to Data Communications 5.50 hrs Master the basics of data

movement across the network

Lecture Discussion Simulation Demonstration

Syllabus, textbook, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books

Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam Lab Activities 4. Open Systems Interconnection Model

5.50 hrs Understand the importance of the OSI Model

Lecture Discussion Group Discussion Company

Immersion/Visit

Syllabus, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam 5. Applications of the Types of Network and

its Topologies

5.50 hrs Know and understand the different types of network and the topologies used.

Lecture Discussion Group Discussion Company

Immersion/Visit

Syllabus, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam 6. Networking Medium, Peripherals and

Devices

5.40 hrs Know the mediums used to transfer data and the different peripherals and devices used in the process. Lecture Discussion Group Discussion Company Immersion/Visit Case/Project Study

Syllabus, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam Lab Activities

7. Local Area Network Technologies 3.80 hrs Know the technologies used in

early development of the

network and the Ethernet used in the network interconnection.

Lecture Discussion Group Discussion Company Immersion/Visit Term Paper

Syllabus, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam Lab Activities

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8. IP Addressing and Subnet Masking 7.80 hrs Know and understand the

unique identifier of each devices that are connected to the

network. Lecture Discussion Group Discussion Simulation Demonstration

Syllabus, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam Lab Activities

9. Network Protocols 5.50 hrs Understand the protocol that the

network follows in data communication.

Lecture Discussion Group Discussion Term Paper

Syllabus, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam

10. Router and Routing 5.50 hrs Understand the proper flow of

data within the network at identifying the best path for the data to be sent. Lecture Discussion Group Discussion Simulation Demonstration

Syllabus, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam

11. Network Security 5.50 hrs Understand the security and risk

of data that travels across the network. Lecture Discussion Group Discussion Simulation Demonstration

Syllabus, power point presentations, researches, online materials (web sites), reference books Assignment Seatwork Recitation Quizzes Term Exam X. References

Books:

1.

Evans, Alan.

“Technology in action”

2014

2.

Bagad, Vilas S.

“Advanced computer networks”

2014

3.

Sharma, Sanjay

“Computer networks 1”

2013

4.

Borgatti, Stephen P.

“Analyzing social networks”

2013

5.

Peterson, Larry L.

“Computer networks : a systems approach”

2013

6.

Senft, Sandra.

“Information technology control and audit”

2013

7.

Da Silva, Mario M.

“Multimedia communications and networking”

2012

8.

Cannon, Kelly

“CCNA guide to cisco networking”

2012

9.

Agarwal, Bharat Bhushan

“Computer network”

2011

10. Tomsho, Greg

“Guide to networking essentials,6

th

ed”

2011

11. Boydon, Ernesto C.

“Website building with joomla”

2011

12. Empson, Scott

“CCNP portable command guide”

2011

13. Donohue, Denise

“CCNP routing and switching quick reference”

2010

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15. Donohue, Denise

“CCNA exploration : LAN switching & wireless”

2010

16. Donohue, Denise

“CCNA security lab manual”

2010

17. Donohue, Denise

“CCNA discovery : networking for home and small business”

2010

18. Sudhakar, A.

“Circuits and networks : analysis and synthesis, 4

th

ed.”

2010

19. Kelley, Jay

“Network Access control for dummies”

2009

20. Graziani, Rick

“Routing protocols and concepts: CCNA Exploration companion guide”

2008

21. Lewis, Wayne

“LAN Switching and Wireless: CCNA Exploration companion guide”

2008

22. Vachon, Bob

“Accessing the WAN: CCNA Exploration companion guide”

2008

23. Dye, Mark

“Network Fundamentals”

2008

24. Weaver, Randy

“Guide to Network Defense & Countermeasures, 2

nd

ed.”

2007

e-Books:

1. IDC Technologies “Communications, Industrial Networking and TCP/IP” 2012

2. Harris Andrea “Complete Configuration Examples with CISCO ASA Firewalls” 2007 3. Harris Andrea “CISCO ASA Firewall Fundamentals 3rd ed” 2007

Prepared by:

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

References

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