INF 680G - Network Architecture and Data Communications I

Students in this course will study the concepts and theories relevant to data communications for global internetworking. In the course students will study topics that include the OSI model for internetworking, physical transmisison media, electronic and electromagnetic signaling, analog and digitial signaling, line coding, link layer protocols and local addressing, network layer protocols and global addressing, routing and queuing theory, LAN and WAN protocols, and internet transmission protocols. This course is part of the 12-hour Certificate in Internetworking offered by the Department of INT, and it is a prerequisite to Network Architecture and Data Communications II. These two courses represent the theoretical side of the certificate program. This is a required course for department majors in the Computer Networking emphasis. The course is also part of the Justice Studies Information Networking Certificate.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Graduate Standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022