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INT420 - Internet II
This subject expands the skill base acquired by students who have successfully completed ULI101, INT213, DAT702 and OPS235. Students will learn to install, configure, and maintain the Apache web server. Students will also learn how to install Secure Sockets Layer and how to set up secure environments using public key cryptography. Students will learn basic Perl programming as it applies to writing CGI scripts. Students will learn interactive web page scripting, implementing CGI with Perl that interacts with MySql database. Students will learn how to create a simple e-commerce program on the Apache server.
NDD430 - Network Diagnostics and Design
This subject draws the student's attention to the issues and considerations related to the inter-connectivity of various operating system platforms. Students learn to identify, isolate and subsequently overcome various installation and maintenance-related obstacles. It is expected that students will be proficient in setting up, maintaining and diagnosing an interconnected multi-server environment by subject end. This course also introduces networking design topics, including developing a scalable and redundant network design. Students learn how to design a network by addressing client's needs, such as cost, security, bandwidth issues and reliability. Over 30% of this course is devoted to group project work, designed to allow the students to apply the knowledge they have acquired in all the subjects in the previous semesters.
OPS335 - Open System Application Server
This subject teaches the maintenance and administration of a UNIX server using Linux. Students will learn to install and upgrade the operating system software, set up user accounts, manage current files systems, back up and restore files, install and configure servers, modify system start-up sequences, administrate common services and modify basic network configurations.
GEN001 - General Education Option
According to the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities, ?the purpose of General Education in the Ontario college system is to contribute to the development of citizens who are conscious of the diversity, complexity, and richness of the human experience; who are able to establish meaning through this consciousness; and, who, as a result, are able to contribute thoughtfully, creatively, and positively to the society in which they live and work. General Education strengthens students? generic skills, such as critical analysis, problem solving, and communication, in the context of an exploration of topics with broad-based personal and / or societal importance?. Please contact the School of English and Liberal Studies at your campus to find out more about the variety of General Education courses from which you can choose.