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MISM 3306 (3-2-2) Business Telecommunications and Networking
This course examines the issues involved in the use, construction, and management of local and global data communication networks in a business environment. Topics include basic terminology, networking fundamentals, ethics, team collaboration, organizational communication, the basics of local area networks and wide area networks including networking, components of voice systems, using the Internet and Intranet clients, servers, and languages to support electronic commerce. An overview of telecommunications legal issues, security and network management issues will be emphasized. Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
Prerequisite: MISM 1302 and MISM 3301. PHSC 1402 is strongly recommended as a prior natural science general studies requirement.