CS 332 Advanced Computing Networking


Invitation:

In this class, I invite you to learn how we can connect and configure computers to allow them to be able to communicate with each other in a computer network. Computer communication is a complex, multi-layer system, with many intricacies and difficulties, so this isn’t an easy task. But, by studying the individual layers and how they relate to the whole, you can learn the theory and practical steps to create and configure a network, and debug many networking problems. I will guide you and assist you in this course as you learn computer communication protocols, configure networks, and write applications to communicate over a network.

Course Outcomes: Students successfully completing this course will demonstrate that they can:

Course Practices: We will use these practices in this course to engage with the material:


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