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Computer System/Networking

CISCO Option

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, Terre Haute, Indiana

 

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All specialties in the Electronic Technology area begin with a common core of classes, which emphasizes the fundamental relationships used in all electronics.  These classes create the critical foundation upon which specialty courses are built. 

In this specialty, four of the Computer System/Networking courses are replaced with the CISCO curriculum.  The Cisco option involves courses developed by the Networking Academy program founded by Cisco Incorporated.  For more information - click on CISCO in the left column.   

In addition to the CISCO classes - the computer troubleshooting class emphasizes different troubleshooting methods and techniques necessary in repairing today's microcomputers.  These techniques are re-enforced by hands-on repair of various types and  models of computers.  

 
  First Semester Credits
IVYT1XX First Year Seminar 1
EECT101 Introduction to Electronics & Projects 3
EECT111 Introduction to Circuit Analysis 4
EECT112 Digital Fundamentals 3
MATH137 Trigonometry w/Analytic Geometry 3
   

 
  Second Semester Credits
EECT121 Electronics Circuit Analysis 4
EECT122 Digital Applications 4
ELECTIVE Humanities/Social Sciences 3
ENGL111 English Composition 3
MATH136 College Algebra 3

 

 
  Third Semester Credits
EECT128 Introduction to C Programming 3
EECT211 AC Electronics Circuit Analysis 4
CINT130 CISCO 1 4
CINT131 CISCO 2 4
PHYS101 Physics I 4
   
  Fourth Semester Credits
COMM101 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3
CINT230 CISCO 3 4
CINT231 CISCO 4 4
EECT226 Computer Troubleshooting 3
EECT279 Advanced Problem Solving 3
 

For further information about the Electronics Degrees & Specialties - contact:

Jeff Moore at 812- 298-2335 or

by E-mail at jmoore313@ivytech.edu

Malcolm D. Harmless at 812-298-2336 or

by E-mail at mharmles@ivytech.edu


 

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