Computer Education Services Programs (formerly IKON Office Solutions, Education Services)

Computer Education Services Programs (formerly IKON Office Solutions, Education Services)

Programs Reviewed

  • Citrix
  • Computing Technology Industry Association (Comptia)
  • Lotus
  • Microsoft
  • Novell
  • Security Certified

Credits Available with Dates Valid

Citrix
  • CTX302.2 Metaframe 1.8 Administration; April 2000 through April 2004
Computing Technology Industry Association (Comptia)
  • A+ Certification (2 credits, upper division level) December 1998 through December 2004
  • Network+ (2 credits, upper division level) November 1999 through November 2004
Lotus
  • AD210 - Domino Designer Fundamentals (Notes/Domino R5); (1 credit, upper division level) March 2000 through March 2004
  • Introduction to LotusScript in Notes (1 credit, upper division level) September 1997 through September 2000
  • Lotus Notes R4.x Application Development I (1 credit, upper division level) July 1994 through May 2001
  • Lotus Notes R4.x Application Development II (1.5 credits, upper division level) September 1996 through May 2001
  • Lotus Notes R4.x System Administration I (1.5 credits, upper division level) May 1994 through November 2000
  • Lotus Notes R4.x System Administration II (1 credit, upper division level) September 1996 through December 2000
  • SA 210 - Implementing A Domino Infrastructure (Notes/Domino R 5); (1 credit, upper division level) December 1999 through December 2004
Microsoft
  • 578 - Networking Essentials (1 credit, upper division level) July 1997 through March 2001
  • 688 - Internetworking Microsoft TCP/IP on Microsoft Windows T 4.0 (2 credits, upper division level) May 1997 through June 2002
  • 689 - Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 - Enterprise Technologies (2 credits, upper division level)
  • 732 - Supporting Microsoft Systems Management Server 1.2 (2 credits, upper division level) December 1996 through August 2001
  • 750 - Implement Database Design on Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 (2 credits, upper division level) April 1997 through August 2001
  • 798 - Supporting Microsoft Windows 95 (2 credits, upper division level) July 1997 through May 2000
  • 803 - Administering MS Windows NT 4.0 (1 credit, upper division level) December 1996 through December 2004
  • 827 - Administering MS Sys Management Server 2.0 (1 credit, upper division level) March 1999 through March 2004
  • 828 - Deploying & Supporting Microsoft Systems Management Server 2.0 (2 credits, upper division level) May 1999 through May 2004
  • 832 - System Administration for Microsoft SQL 7.0 (2 credits, upper division level) December 1998 through August 2001
  • 833 - Implementing a Data-base in Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 (2 credits, upper division level) November 1998 through September 2001
  • 867 - System Administration for Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 (2 credits, upper division level) June 1998 through August 2001
  • 922 - Supporting MS Windows NT 4.0 (2 credits, upper division level) August 1997 through May 2000
  • 934 - Accelerated Training for Microsoft Windows NT Server-Enterprise Technology and Microsoft TCP/IP (2 credits, upper division level) February 1998 through November 2000
  • 936 - Creating & Managing a Web Server Using MS Internet Information Server 4.0 (1 credit, upper division level) January 1998 through January 2004
  • 955 - Supporting Microsoft Windows 98 (2 credits, upper division level) November 1998 through November 2000
  • 973 - Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Series - Design & Implement (2 credits, upper division level)
  • 983 - Accelerated Training for MS Windows NT Server 4.0 (2 credits, upper division level) September 1997 through September 2004
  • 1009 - Mastering Web Site Fundamentals (2 credits, upper division level) May 1999 through January 2001
  • 1013 - Mastering Microsoft Visual Basic 6 Development (2 credits, upper division level) August 1998 through August 2004
  • 1016 - Mastering Enterprise Development using MS Visual Basic 6 (2 credits, upper division level) September 1999 trough September 2004
  • 1017 - Mastering Web App Development Using Visual InterDev. 6 (2 credits, upper division level) February 1999 through February 2004
  • 1026 - MS Exchange Server 5.5 Series-Concepts and Administration (1.5 credits, upper division level) August 1998 through August 2004
  • 1125 - Implementing MS Site Server 3.0 (1.5 credits, upper division level) September 1999 through May 2001
  • 1198 - Supporting Microsoft Windows Terminal Server (1 credit, upper division level) May 1998 through May 2004
  • 1298 - Designing Distributed Application Design Using Microsoft Visual Studio (1 credit, upper division level) October 1998 through October 2004
  • 1300 - Mastering Microsoft Access 2000 Programming (1 credit, upper division level) September 2000 through September 2004
  • 1303 - Mastering MS Visual Basic Fundamentals (2 credits, upper division level) June 2000 through June 2004
  • 1313 - MS Exchange Server 5.5 Series Accelerated Training for Administration and Implementation (2 credits, upper division level) August 1999 through August 2004
  • 1560 - Updating Support Skills from Microsoft Windows NT to Microsoft Windows 2000 (2 credits, upper division level) August 1999 through August 2004
  • 1561 - Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure (1 credit, upper division level) April 2000 through April 2004
  • 1562 - Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Networking Services Infrastructure (1.5 credits, upper division level) February 2000 through February 2004
  • 1569 - Updating Administration & Support Skills from Microsoft Exchange Server 5.x to Microsoft Exchange 2000 Beta3 (1.5 credits, upper division level) May 2000 through May 2004
  • 1572 - Implementing and Managing MS Exchange 2000 Server (1 credit, lower division level) December 2000 through December 2004
  • 1573 - Designing & Deploying a MS Exchange 2000 Organization (1 credit, lower division level) March 2001 through March 2004
  • 1905 - Building XML-Based Web Applications (2 credits, lower division level) November 2000 through November 2004
  • 2072 - Administering a MS SQL Server Database (2 credits, upper division level) January 2001 through January 2004
  • 2073 - Programming a MS SQL Server 2000 (2 credits, upper division level) February 2001 through February 2004
  • 2126 - Managing a MS Windows 2000 Network Environment (2 credits, lower division level) March 2002 through March 2004
  • 2150 - Designing a Secure MS Windows 2000 Environment (2 credits, lower division level) October 2000 through October 2004
  • 2151 - Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials (1 credit, upper division level)
  • 2152 - Supporting Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional & Server (2 credits, upper division level) June 2000 through June 2004
  • 2153 - Supporting a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure (2 credits, upper division level) June 2000 through June 2004
  • 2154 - Implementing and Administering MS Windows Directory Services (2 credits, upper division level) September 2000 through September 2004
  • 2272 - Implementing & Supporting MS Windows XP Professional (2 credits, lower division level) November 2001 through November 2004
  • 2433 - MS Visual Basic Scripting & Windows Scripting Host Essentials (1 credit, lower division level) November 2001 through November 2004
  • 2559 - Introduction to MS Visual Basic and Net Programming (2 credits, lower division level) May 2002 through May 2004

Novell

  • 529 - Netware 4.11 to Netware 5 Update (1 credit, upper division level) September 1998 through December 2000
  • 560 - NetWare 5 Administration (2 credits, upper division level) September 1998 through September 2004
  • 565 - Networking Technologies (1 credit, upper division level) February 1999 through March 2001
  • 570 - NetWare 5 Advanced Administration, version 1.0b (2 credits, upper division level) January 1999 through January 2004
  • 730 - Network Management Using ManageWise (1 credit, upper division level) August 1996 through September 2001

Security Certified

  • SCPNTDC - Network Defense and Countermeasures (2 credits, lower division level) July 2002 through July 2004
  • SCPNTSF - Network Security Fundamentals (2 credits, lower division level) June 2002 through June 2004

Source of Records

Computer Education Services Corporation; 340 West Newberry Road; Bloomfield, CT 06002

About the Training Sponsor

IKON Office Solutions offered information technology services and advanced computer training for corporations and individuals. IKON's Education Services offered training and certification testing in Microsoft, Novell and Lotus Notes/Domino at its Bloomfield, Connecticut location. Most of the students in the courses were corporate employees who want to learn or update computer skills. Each course ended with an optional certification examination.

Applying for the Credit

Have your training sponsor submit your transcript or record to the Registrar to apply for the credit.

Course Descriptions

Citrix

CTX302.2 Metaframe 1.8 Administration; April 2000 through April 2004
This course teaches Microsoft Windows administrators to perform Citrix MetaFrame installations and advanced administrative tasks. Students learn about enterprise-scale management, heterogeneous client and network connectivity and seamless desktop capabilities.

Computing Technology Industry Association (Comptia)

A+ Certification (2 credits, upper division level) December 1998 through December 2004
This course covers PC hardware, including system boards, bus structures, PC memory and power supplies as well as disassembly, installation and re-assembly. DOS and Windows working environments will be studied along with issues regarding printers.

Network+ (2 credits, upper division level) November 1999 through November 2004
This course will provide students with the concepts and skills needed to pass the Network+ certification exam.

Lotus

AD210 - Domino Designer Fundamentals  (Notes/Domino R5); (1 credit, upper division level) March 2000 through March 2004
This course is a hands-on introduction to the basic skills of working in the Domino Designer development environment. By the end of the course, students will be able to incorporate business requirements into basic multi-client applications and to appropriately use many of the R5 Domino Designer design elements.

Introduction to LotusScript in Notes (1 credit, upper division level) September 1997 through September 2000
This course teaches students the fundamental skills necessary to work with LotusScript in the Notes environment. It covers the LotusScript language constructs and the Notes objects necessary to access databases, open documents and manipulate document contents.

Lotus Notes R4.x Application Development I (1 credit, upper division level) July 1994 through May
 2001
This course presents the basic principles, concepts, and tasks of Notes application development. Students will learn how to design, build and test single database applications and learn how to enhance and modify the application to incorporate advanced Notes features and functionality.

Lotus Notes R4.x Application Development II (1.5 credits, upper division level) September 1996 through May 2001
This course builds on the principles of Notes application development presented in Application Development I. Students learn how to create workflow applications, to create multi-based applications, and how to manage databases at a server level.

Lotus Notes R4.x System Administration I (1.5 credits, upper division level) May 1994 through November 2000
The course teaches students how to set up, operate and maintain Notes servers and client workstations.

Lotus Notes R4.x System Administration II (1 credit, upper division level) September 1996 through December 2000
This course teaches students about server monitoring and statistics, cross certification, managing multiple domains, and troubleshooting.

SA 210 - Implementing A Domino Infrastructure (Notes/Domino R 5) (1 credit, upper division level) December 1999 through December 2004
Following a prescribed roll-out plan, students will install and set up one or more Domino servers in a scaleable fashion, including necessary topologies, Notes client set up, and browser client configuration.

Microsoft

578 - Networking Essentials (1 credit, upper division level) July 1997 through March 2001
This course is intended for students who want to understand networking or who want to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Professional exam, Networking Essentials. In addition, this course is designed to provide students with the background necessary to understand the local area networking information in Microsoft courses on work-stations and networking. The course serves as a general introduction for students who need a foundation in current networking technology for area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) and the internet.

688 - Internetworking MicrosoftTCP/IP on Microsoft Windows T 4.0 (2 credits, upper division level) May 1997 through June 2002
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to set up, configure, use, and support Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) on Microsoft Windows NT operating system version 4.0.

689 - Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 - Enterprise Technologies (2 credits, upper division level)
The goal of this course is for support professionals to be able to design, implement, and support the Windows NT Server network operating system in a multi-domain enterprise environment.

732 - Supporting Microsoft Systems Management Server 1.2 (2 credits, upper division level) December 1996 through August 2001
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft Systems Management server version 1.2.

750 - Implement Database Design on Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 (2 credits, upper division level) April 1997 through August 2001
This course is intended for system engineers and developers who are responsible for implementing Microsoft SQL Server and writing Transact-SQL code. The course provides students with the technical skills required to implement a database solution with the MS SQL Server client/server database management system, based on a case study design.

798 - Supporting Microsoft Windows 95 (2 credits, upper division level) July 1997 through May 2000
This instructor-led course helps students gain the knowledge and skills to install, configure, customize, optimize, maintain and troubleshoot the MS Windows 95 operating system.

803 - Administering MS Windows NT 4.0 (1 credit, upper division level) December 1996 through December 2004
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform post-installation and day-to-day administration tasks in a single-domain or multiple-domain Microsoft Windows NT based network. This course provides students with the prerequisite knowledge and skills required for course 922, Supporting MS Windows NT 4.0-Core Technologies, and course 694, Microsoft Windows NT-Technical Support Training self-paced training.

827 - Administering MS Sys Management Server 2.0 (1 credit, upper division level) March 1999 through March 2004
This instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to administer Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) version 2.0. Students will learn how to discover and install clients, distribute software to client computers, collect hardware and software inventory, use software metering features, and use the remote tools. Students learn to troubleshoot common errors and use Crystal reports to produce a variety of reports.

828 - Deploying & Supporting Microsoft Systems Management Server 2.0 (2 credits, upper division level) May 1999 through May 2004
This instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to deploy and support Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) version 2.0. Students will learn how to design a site, including organizing a site hierarchy and planning for resource needs. They will install different types of sites, establish a site hierarchy, configure site-to-site communications, and install clients in multiple sites. Students will learn how to troubleshoot problems in site installation, client installation, site-to-site communications, and each of the key features of SMS 2.0. They will trace a task from its initiation through to its completion, by following the various threads that take part in carrying out the task. Students will use Network Monitor to trace network traffic associated with SMS tasks.

832 - System Administration for Microsoft SQL 7.0 (2 credits, upper division level) December 1998 through August 2001
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft SQL Server client/server database management system version 7.0. (This is a major revision of course 867).

833 - Implementing a Data-base in Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 (2 credits, upper division level) November 1998 through September 2001
This course provides students with the technical skills required to implement a database solution with the Microsoft SQL Server client/server database management system. (This is a major revision of course 750).

867 - System Administration for Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 (2 credits, upper division level) June 1998 through August 2001
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft SQL Server client/server database management system v. 6.5.

922 - Supporting MS Windows NT 4.0 (2 credits, upper division level) August 1997 through May 2000
This course is intended for support professionals who install, customize, configure, and support Microsoft Windows NT Workstation and Windows NT Server version 4.0. Content primarily of interest in a complex environment - such as capacity planning on a server and a network, multiple domain management, and trust relationships is covered in depth. Content specific to administration of the Windows NT Server network operating system can be found in the administering Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.

934 - Accelerated Training for Microsoft Windows NT Server-Enterprise Technology and Microsoft TCP/IP (2 credits, upper division level) February 1998 through November 2000
This accelerated course is intended for experienced support professionals who have prior training on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0. It provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, analyze, optimize, and troubleshoot Microsoft Windows NT Server network operating system version 4.0 in an enterprise environment.

936 - Creating & Managing a Web Server Using MS Internet Information Server 4.0 (1 credit, upper division level) January 1998 through January 2004
This course teaches students how to support the various features of MS Internet Information Server (IIS). Students learn how to install, configure, and implement all IIS components, with hands-on experience setting up a Web site.

955 - Supporting Microsoft Windows 98 (2 credits, upper division level) November 1998 through November 2000
This course provides the skills and knowledge required to install, configure, support, and troubleshoot the Microsoft Windows 98 operating system in both stand-alone and network environments.

973 - Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Series - Design & Implement (2 credits, upper division level)
This course provides MS Exchange Server support professionals with in-depth product information on planning and installing Exchange Server, Architecture of Exchange Server, supporting Exchange Server in a single site or multi-site enterprise environment, establishing messaging connectivity over the Internet, supporting Web access to exchange Server computers through Microsoft Outlook Web Access.

983 - Accelerated Training for MS Windows NT Server 4.0 (2 credits, upper division level) September 1997 through September 2004
This accelerated course is intended for experienced support professionals who are trained on another network operating system. It provides students with the knowledge and skills to administer, install, customize, configure, and support Windows NT Server 4.0 and Windows NT Workstation 4.0.

1009 - Mastering Web Site Fundamentals (2 credits, upper division level) May 1999 through January 2001
This course teaches new Web developers how to create static and dynamic hypertext markup language (HTML) pages. Students will learn basic Internet and intranet concepts. They will also learn about technologies and Microsoft tools that enable Web development. Students learn how to create Web documents by using the Microsoft Front-Page Web authoring and management tool and by editing the HTML tags directly. Students create HTML documents that contain forms, standard controls, ActiveX controls, Java applets, and client-side script. They also learn how to use the dynamic HTML and data binding features supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0. Finally, students learn how to publish and test Web Pages on a Web server.

1013 - Mastering Microsoft Visual Basic 6 Development (2 credits, upper division level) August 1998 through August 2004
This course teaches Microsoft Visual Basic programmers how to create advanced database applications using COM components and Microsoft ActiveX Controls.

1016 - Mastering Enterprise Development using MS Visual Basic 6 (2 credits, upper division level) September 1999 through September 2004
This course teaches Microsoft Visual Basic programmers, who currently build desktop application and access corporate databases, the basics of how to build three-tier client/server solutions.

1017 - Mastering Web App Development Using Visual InterDev. 6 (2 credits, upper division level) February 1999 through February 2004
This course teaches site developers who perform architectural planning, technology selection, or Web site programming tasks how to create enterprise-level Web sites that use component object model (COM) components on both client and server.

1026 - MS Exchange Server 5.5 Series-Concepts and Administration (1.5 credits, upper division level) August 1998 through August 2004
This course provides Microsoft Exchange Server administrators with the skills required to perform day-to-day management of an established Exchange Server Organization.

1125 - Implementing MS Site Server 3.0 (1.5 credits, upper division level) September 1999 through May 2001
This course was developed for Microsoft Site Server version 3.0. The course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement, support, maintain, optimize, and trouble-shoot Web sites using Site Server. This course will cover some basic Web site development tasks requiring knowledge of hypertext markup language (HTML) and Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition. However, this course does not require programming skills and will not cover Site Server software interfaces or the Site Server software development kit.

1198 - Supporting Microsoft Windows Terminal Server (1 credit, upper division level) May 1998 through May 2004
This support-level course introduces Microsoft Windows Terminal Server version 4.0 to network support professionals and provides them with the knowledge, skills, and experience to plan, implement, and support the product. This course will cover some basic Web site development tasks requiring knowledge of hypertext mark-up language (HTML) and Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition. However, this course does not require programming skills and will not cover Site Server software interfaces of the Site Server software development kit.

1298 - Designing Distributed Application Design Using Microsoft Visual Studio (1 credit, upper division level) October 1998 through October 2004
This course introduces developers to the opportunities and problems in creating enterprise-level applications. Students will learn about key messages and functionality relevant to each tool or business solution application that can be satisfied with the Microsoft Visual studio development system.

1300 - Mastering Microsoft Access 2000 Programming (1 credit, upper division level) September 2000 through September 2004
This course will teach programming concepts and how to add simple functionality to a MS Access database using Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications.

1303 - Mastering MS Visual Basic Fundamentals (2 credits, upper division level) June 2000 through June 2004
This course teaches programmers the skills necessary to create Microsoft Visual Basic programming system desktop applications and satisfies the Visual Basic prerequisites for course 1013, Mastering Visual Basic 6 Development.

1313 - MS Exchange Server 5.5 Series Accelerated Training for Administration and Implementation (2 credits, upper division level) August 1999 through August 2004
This accelerated course is intended for experienced Microsoft Exchange Server system administrators, architects, and designers who plan, install, configure, customize, administer, and troubleshoot Exchange Server version 5.5. This course is not intended for individuals with no prior Exchange Server knowledge. The goal of this accelerated course is to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills required for implementing and managing an Exchange organization. Because this course combines content from course 1026B, Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Series-Concepts and Administration, and course 973B, Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Series-Design and Implementation, into a five-day accelerated format, a variety of delivery techniques are used to ensure completion of the course content.

1560 - Updating Support Skills from Microsoft Windows NT to Microsoft Windows 2000 (2 credits, upper division level)August 1999 through August 2004
The curriculum is intended for IT professionals who need to develop the skills to support a Windows 2000-based network. Course 1560 is a five-day course that provides Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0 support professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to support Microsoft Windows 2000-based networks.

1561 - Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure (1 credit, upper division level) April 2000 through April 2004
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to plan and implement MS Windows 2000 Directory Services in an enterprise environment.

1562 - Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Networking Services Infrastructure (1.5 credits, upper division level) February 2000 through February 2004
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design, install, and support Microsoft Windows 2000 networking components for enterprise networks.

1569 - Updating Administration & Support Skills from Microsoft Exchange Server 5.x to Microsoft Exchange 2000 Beta3 (1.5 credits, upper division level) May 2000 through May 2004
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to install and configure Microsoft Exchange 2000 Beta 3. Students begin the course by reviewing the interaction of Exchange 2000 with Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory. Students then learn the component architecture of Exchange 2000 and install the product. Once Exchange 2000 is installed, students focus on the core management functionality, such as server, transport, and public folder management. The course wraps up with a look at the new version of Microsoft Outlook Web Access and how Exchange 2000 supports real-time collaboration. Course 1560 is a five-day course that provides Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0 support professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to support Microsoft Windows 2000-based networks.

1572 - Implementing and Managing MS Exchange 2000 Server (1 credit, lower division level) December 2000 through December 2004
The goal of this course is to teach students knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, and administer MS Exchange 2000.

1573 - Designing & Deploying a MS Exchange 2000 Organization (1 credit, lower division level) March 2001 through March 2004
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design a MS Exchange 2000 organization for an enterprise environment. It is designed to complement Implementing and Managing Microsoft Exchange 2000. The course focuses on designing an environment based on the business needs of an organization that requires multiple routing and administrative groups.

1905 - Building XML-Based Web Applications (2 credits, lower division level) November 2000 through November 2004
This course will familiarize students with the Extensible Markup Language (XML) and teach them how to build Web applications by using XML. This course includes text-based materials, lab exercises and demonstrations.

2072 - Administering a MS SQL Server Database (2 credits, upper division level) January 2001 through January 2004
This course provides students with the knowledge & skills necessary to install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot the client-server database management system of Microsoft SQL Server 2000. Course 2072 is a revision of 832: System Administration for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0. The course is a mixture of practice and theory geared toward skill acquisition in administering a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 database: includes hands-on training, lab work and lectures.

2073 - Programming a MS SQL Server 2000 (2 credits, upper division level) February 2001 through February 2004
This course provides students with the technical skills required to program a database solution by using Microsoft SQL Server 2000. The course is a mixture of practice and theory geared toward skill acquisition in programming and managing databases with Microsoft SQL Server 2000: includes hands-on training, lab work and lectures.

2126 - Managing a MS Windows 2000 Network Environment (2 credits, lower division level) March 2002 through March 2004
The goal of this course is to provide knowledge required by System Administrators, Network Administrators, and IT professionals who implement, manage and troubleshoot existing network and server environments based on the Microsoft Windows 2000 platform. Course is instructor led, using a mixture of hands-on training, lab work and lectures.

2150 - Designing a Secure MS Windows 2000 Environment (2 credits, lower division level) October 2000 through October 2004
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design a security framework for small, medium, and enterprise networks using MS Windows 2000 technologies.

2151 - Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials (1 credit, upper division level) July 2000 through July 2004
This course introduces students to Microsoft Windows 2000 and to the networking technologies it supports. Students will be able to describe user accounts and security, identify the tools used to perform administrative tasks in a Windows 2000-based network, and identify the networking architecture and protocols associated with Windows 2000. Students will be able to identify the hardware and software components required for Windows 2000 network communication, including Remote Access Services, Web Services, and utilities for network maintenance.

2152 - Supporting Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional & Server (2 credits, upper division level) June 2000 through June 2004
This course provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to install and configure Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional on stand alone computers and on client computers that are part of a workgroup or a domain.

2153 - Supporting a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure (2 credits, upper division level) June 2000 through June 2004
This course is a mixture of practice and theory geared towards skill acquisition and employment: includes hands-on training, laboratory work and lectures.

2154 - Implementing and Administering MS Windows Directory Services (2 credits, upper division level) September 2000 through September 2004
This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, and administer Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory services. The course also focuses on implementing Group Policy and understanding the Group Policy tasks required to centrally manage users and computers.

2272 - Implementing & Supporting MS Windows XP Professional (2 credits, lower division level) November 2001 through November 2004
This course addresses implementation & desktop support needs of customers who are planning to deploy & support Windows XP Professional in a variety of network operating system environments. .

2433 - MS Visual Basic Scripting & Windows Scripting Host Essentials (1 credit, lower division level) November 2001 through November 2004
This course teaches Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system administrators how to take advantage of Windows Script Host (WSH) by using the Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) language. They will be able to develop real world scripts that they can use to manage Windows 2000 networks. This course also provides an overview of other technologies where students can use scripts, such as Active Server Pages (ASP), Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), and third-party Component Object Model (COM) components.

2559 - Introduction to MS Visual Basic and Net Programming (2 credits, lower division level) May 2002 through May 2004
The goal of this course is to enable developers with programming experience in a non-graphical environment, in addition to developers with limited programming experience in a graphical environment, to design and develop a simple GUI-based application by using Microsoft Visual Studio . NET development environment.

Novell

529 - Netware 4.11 to Netware 5 Update (1 credit, upper division level) September 1998 through December 2000
This course focuses on introducing, explaining, and comparing significant changes, updates, and new features found in NetWare 5. The course assumes the student has prior experience with NetWare 3, Netware 4, or IntraNetWare. Literacy, and the ability to anticipate, design and use the new feature set of NetWare 5 are central goals to this course.

560 - NetWare 5 Administration (2 credits, upper division level) September 1998 through September 2004
This course teaches students how to perform in the role of network administrator or system manager for NetWare 5.

565 - Networking Technologies (1 credit, upper division level) February 1999 through March 2001
This course is an introduction to computer networking technologies. It covers the basics of computer networking including terms and concepts, contemporary network services, transmission media and protocols.

570 - NetWare 5 Advanced Administration, version 1.0b (2 credits, upper division level) January 1999 through January 2004
This course, for experienced networking professionals, teaches students how to design, configure, and administer a complex Net-Ware 5 network. Skills learned include upgrading from a NetWare 3 environment, migrating to NetWare Distributed Print Services, executing Java-based utilities, network backup and configuring NetWare for remote access.

730 - Network Management Using ManageWise (1 credit, upper division level) August 1996 through September 2001
This course teaches how to use ManageWise, Novell's network management software. Students learn how to solve network problems using NetWare Management System, NetWare Management Agent, NetWare LANalyzer, and LANdesk and virus protection software.

Security Certified

SCPNTDC - Network Defense and Countermeasures (2 credit, lower division level) July 2002 division July 2004
Based on the foundational skills a security professional requires, this course covers issues such as: Risk Analysis, Firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems, Security Policies, and Virtual Private Networks. The course focuses heavily on Firewalls and Intrusion Detection Systems, providing for nearly 70% of the content.

SCPNTSF - Network Security Fundamentals (2 credits, lower division level) June 2002 through June 2004
This course covers issues such as: Securing Windows and Linux Operating Systems, Advanced TCP/IP, Security Fundamentals, Security Implementation, Router Security and Attack Methods.