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2005-2006
Internet Specialist
Associate in Applied Science Degree
Curriculum code 1435

General Information


Required Courses
(62 credit hours)
The following suggested schedule is based on full-time enrollment. Students may also complete the program through part-time enrollment.

For information about prerequisites and corequisites, please see the course descriptions that are linked from each course.

Suggested Full-Time Schedule
First Semester

16 Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Title

Notes
COM-103 3 Speech Fundamentals   
LAN-101 1 Orientation to IT Profession   
LAN-111 3 IT Hardware Essentials   
LAN-112 3 IT Operating Systems Essentials   
LAN-146 3 Internetwork Connectivity   

LAN-246

3

Introduction to Routers

  

Total: 16

Second Semester
16 Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Title

Notes
COM-101

3

Composition I   
LAN-103 1 Security Awareness   
LAN-121 3 Managing LAN Hardware   
LAN-122 3 Managing Network OS   
LAN-256 3 LAN Design   
LAN-266 3 WAN Design   
Total: 16

Third Semester
15 Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Title

Notes
___-___ 3 Humanities/Languages

Choose from: ART, FRE, GER, HUM, JPN, LIT, MUS, PHI, SPA, THE

  
___-___ 3 Physical and Life Sciences, Mathematics

Choose from: BIO, CHM, EAS, GEL, MTH-098 or above, NAT, PHS, PHY

A minimum level of competency in Mathematics is required for graduation. The minimum competency may be met by: Placement in MTH-098 or higher; or successful completion of BUS-120, or MTH-095 or higher, or equivalent course at another college, with a grade of "C" or higher. Only MTH-098 or higher can be applied toward the Physical and Life Sciences/Math requirement. 
LAN-153 3 IT and Data Assurance I   
LAN-269 3 Building Scalable Networks   
LAN-270 3 Building Remote Access Networks   
Total: 15

Fourth Semester
15 Credit Hours

Course

Credit Hours

Title

Notes
___-___

3

Social/Behavioral Sciences

Choose from: ANT, ECO, GEO, HIS, PSC, PSY, SOC, SSC

  
___-___ 3 Physical and Life Sciences, Mathematics

Choose from: BIO, CHM, EAS, GEL, MTH-098 or above, NAT, PHS, PHY

 
LAN-251 3 Managing Network Infrastructure   
LAN-271 3 Building Switched Networks   
LAN-272 3 Troubleshooting LANs/WANs   
Total: 15

Graduation Requirements
Official high school transcript with date of graduation or a GED certificate; minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0; successful completion of all course requirements and the minimum number of credit hours for the specific degree; minimum of 15 semester hours completed at Moraine Valley; constitution requirement; a "C" grade or better in COM-101 and a "C" grade or better in COM-102 if COM-102 is required for this program; successful completion of minimum level of competency in Mathematics; submission of graduation petition to the Records Office by published deadlines. (See college catalog for details.)

For More Information

Admissions Office
(708) 974-5355
admissions@morainevalley.edu
www.morainevalley.edu

Academic Advising Center
(708) 974-5721
advising@morainevalley.edu
www.morainevalley.edu/academicadvising

Department Chair
J.C. Malitzke
Office: T401
(708) 974-5454
malitzke@morainevalley.edu

  

Information and requirements may change without notice.

 
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