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Document Code: AAO-TMP-005

Republic of the Philippines


UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE-HAMTIC CAMPUS Revision No.: 00
Guintas, Hamtic, Antique Effectivity Date: January 2016
E-mail: hamtic@antiquespride.edu.ph
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE


Course Syllabus in Network and Internet Technology

VISION
A leading university in science and technology by 2022.

MISSION
The University shall provide quality, relevant, and responsive scientific, technological and professional education and advanced training in different areas of
specialization; and shall undertake research and extension services in support to socio-economic development of Antique, the Filipino nation, and the global
community.

ATTRIBUTES OF UA GRADUATES:
Universally Achieving
Professionals imbued with high personal integrity and commitment
Research oriented innovators and life-long learners;
Intellectuals with strong nationalistic, environmental, cultural, and artistic sense;
Development driven leaders and socially responsible change agents; and
Execellent workers with high technological and technical expertise.

CURRICULUM MAP
The graduate of the B.S. Computer Science program should have developed the ability to:
CODE PROGRAM OUTCOMES LEVEL OF ARTICULATION in COURSE
PO-A a. Apply knowledge of computing fundamentals, knowledge of a computing Enabling Course
specialization, and mathematics, science, and domain knowledge appropriate for the
computing specialization to the abstraction and conceptualization of computing
models from defined problems and requirements
PO-B b. Identify, analyze, formulate, research literature, and solve complex computing Enabling Course
problems and requirements reaching substantiated conclusions using fundamental
principles of mathematics, computing sciences, and relevant domain disciplines.
PO-C c. An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles and computer Enabling Course
science theory in the modelling and design of computer based systems in a way that
demonstrates comprehension of the trades offs involved in design choices.
PO-D d. Knowledge and understanding of information security issues in relation to the design, Enabling Course
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development and used of information systems.


PO-E e. Design and evaluate solutions for complex computing problems, and design and Enabling Course
evaluate systems, components, or processes that meet specified needs with
appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal,
environmental considerations
PO-F f. Create, select, adapt and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern
computing tools to complex computing activities, with an understanding of the
limitations to accomplish a common goal
PO-G g. Function effectively as an individual and a member or leader in diverse teams and in
multidisciplinary settings
PO-H h. Communicate effectively with the computing community and with society at large
about computing activities by being able to comprehend and write effective reports,
design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and understand clear
instructions.
PO-I i. The ability to recognize the legal, social, ethical and professional issues involved in the Enabling Course
utilization of computer technology and be guided by the adoption of appropriate
professional, ethical and legal practices
PO-J j. Recognize the need, and have the ability, to engage in independent learning for Enabling Course
continual development as a computing professional
PO-K k. Recognize the need, and have the ability, to engage in independent learning for
continual development as a computing professional

COURSE INFORMATION
Course Code : CS 411
Course Title : Network and Internet Technology
Course Description: This course provides an in-depth knowledge of data communications and networking requirements including networking and
telecommunications technologies, hardware, and software. Emphasis is upon the analysis and design of networking applications in
organizations. Management of telecommunications networks, cost-benefit analysis, and evaluation of connectivity options are covered. Students
learn to evaluate, select, and implement different communication options within an organization.

Pre requisite :CS 301 (Web Development 1)


Co requisite :CS 421 (Operating Systems)
Credit : 3 unit (2 LectureHours, 3 Laboratory Hours)
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DETAILED COURSE OUTLINE:

PROGRAM PERFORMANCE INTENDED LEARNING COURSE TOPICS TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT RESOURCES TIME
OUTCOMES INDICATOR OUTCOME LEARNING TASK (AT) ALLOTMENT
(ILO) ACTIVITIES (TLA) Lec Lab

PO-A Distinguish Describe Computer I. Language of Lecture Written Networking 4 6


relevant Networks, Data Computer Networks Classroom Discussion Oral Questioning All-in-One For
information to Communication, voice Computer Dummies, 6th
realize the network and data Networks Edition, John
meaning of the network and Data Wiley & Sons,
collected telecommunication Communication Inc. Copyright
information 2016
Identify communication Voice Network
media. and Data Network
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strategies for Describe functions of Telecommunicatio Wireless
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solving problem- Understandin
based questions g
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g, Jack L.
Identify and discuss the II. Computer Network Lecture Written Burbank, 4 6
different network Types Classroom Discussion Oral Questioning Julia
types. LAN Seat work Andrusenko,
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MAN
examples of each Everett,
WAN William T. M.
network types.
Kasch,
Perform network
Copyright
diagram 2013

PO-A Distinguish Identify network LAN III. Network LAN Lecture Written https://www.s 12 18
PO-B relevant technologies technologies Classroom Discussion Oral Questioning qa.org.uk/e-
information to Describe the different Media Access Laboratory Activity learning/Hard
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realize the media access control Control OSEss04CD/i


meaning of the and its purposes. o Ethernet ndex.htm
collected Identify technology use o Token Ring
information in LAN topologies. o Fast Ethernet http://www.co
Describe data packets, o FDDI mptechdoc.or
Formulate domain, server and LAN topologies g/independen
strategies for o Star t/networking/p
network cables.
analyzing and rotocol/protmi
solving problem- Enable to describe and o Ring
cro.html
use different network o Bus
based questions
devices. Network Devices http://www.co
Formulate a Enable to identify IP o Repeater demiles.com/
procedure to address o Hub networks/lan-
develop the Enable to differentiate o Bridge technologies-
desired output IPv4 from IPv6 o Switch t277.html
Describe DHCP, DNS, o Router
WINS. o Gateway https://www.tu
Enable to configure Network torialspoint.co
network using DHCP, Addressing m/data_comm
o IPv4 unication_co
DNS, WINS.
o IPv6 mputer_netw
Network Services ork/index.htm
o DHCP
o DNS
o WINS

PO-A Distinguish Define networking IV. Network Model Lecture Written 6 9


PO-B relevant models TCP/IP model Classroom Discussion Oral Questioning
information to Define and visualised o TCP/IP model Laboratory Activity
realize the TCP/IP model visualised
meaning of the Enumerate and describe o TCP/IP model
collected layers
the different TCP/IP
information
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model layers o IP (v4) (Rules)


Formulate Enumerate the different o UDP
strategies for OSI model layers o Packets vs
analyzing and Identify each layers Datagrams
solving problem- PDU. OSI model
based questions o Seven (7) Layers
of OSI model
Formulate a
o Protocol Data
procedure to
Unit
develop the
desired output

PO-A Distinguish Enable to describe V. Protocols and Lecture Written 4 6


relevant different protocols and Terminologies Classroom Discussion Oral Questioning
information to terminologies and its Internet Email
realize the uses. IMAP
meaning of the POP
collected
SMTP
information
ISP Services
Formulate TELNET
strategies for FTP
analyzing and
solving problem-
based questions

PO-A Distinguish VI. Connectivity Lecture Written


relevant Technologies Classroom Discussion Oral Questioning
information to Dial-Up
realize the ISDN
meaning of the DSL
collected
Cable
information
Satellite
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Guintas, Hamtic, Antique Effectivity Date: January 2016
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Formulate Wireless
strategies for
analyzing and
solving problem-
based questions

Grading System:

Part 1 50% Part 2 50%


Class Standing........ 30% Quizzes .................. 50%
Project ..................... 60% Prelim/Final ............ 50%
Character ................ 10%

Prelim or TentativeFinalGrade = Part 1 + Part 2


1 2
Final Grade = 3 (Prelim Grade) + 3 ( Final Grade)

Prepared by: Checked & Verified by: Approved by:

Glenn J. Frencillo Glenn J. Frencillo Joefry Q. Barcebal


Instructor Program Coordinator/Assoc Dean, CCS Director Academic Affairs