CS 385 Modern Developments in Advanced Networking
S1T 2012 DL
Parkville - SC016A
CS371 and CS372
1) No books are required. The course curriculum is provided online via http://cisco.netacad.net. Your instructor
will provide you an access privilege to the site once the class starts.
2) Optional Hardcopy Textbook: Accessing the WAN, CCNA Exploration Companion
Guide. Cisco Press. Bob Vachon, Rick Graziani. ISBN #1587132052.
Textbooks can be purchased through the MBS bookstore
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville Bookstore
1) Cisco Networking Academy website: http://cisco.netacad.net.
2) Cisco Networking Academy Program – NETLAB Academy Edition: http://netlab.fhsu.edu.
3) Cisco Packet Tracer software (obtainable via http://cisco.netacad.net website.)
4) The latest version of Java (version 1.6 or higher, obtainable
via www.java.com) for the purpose of performing the Final Skills Based
Assessment in Cisco Packet Tracer.
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Description of the Core Assessment Instrument (such as Final Exam, term paper, project, etc):
This assessment is designed to assess primarily Core Learning Outcomes (CLOs) #1 to #4. The Park University proctored final exam is the core assessment tool. The entire final exam makes up 20% to 25% of the course grade.
There are a total of 50 questions in the final exam in which 12 of them are used to assess Core Learning Outcomes (CLOs) #1 to #4. That is, there are 3 questions designated for each CLO.
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment: Weekly discussions, Weekly exams, Packet Tracer
labs, NetLab labs, Final Skills Based assessment, Cisco Final Exam, Park
University Final Exam, Course Feedback, and Degree Program Comprehensive Exam.
Grading: A:90%-100%; B:80%-89%; C: 70%-79%; D: 60%-69%: F: 0%-59%
Late Submission of Course Materials: Assignment
due dates will be provided when it is assigned. For each day that an assignment is late, there will be a deduction of 20%
per day of the student's score for that assignment. Assignments
that are more than 5 days late yield a 0 for the entire assignment.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: Week 1: Course Introduction, Chapters 1 & 2
Week 2: Chapter 3
Week 3: Chapter 4
Week 4: Chapters 5 & 6
Week 5: Chapter 7
Week 6: Chapter 8
Week 7: Final Skills Based Assessment; Practice Final exam
Week 8: Cisco Final Exam; Park University Final Exam; Course Feedback
Weeks 1-8: Degree Program Comprehensive Exam
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Last Updated:12/29/2011 11:08:37 AM