CS 366 Computer Networking Laboratory
S1LL 2013 LR
Hostetler, Michael L.
Masters of Arts – Computer Resources / Information ManagementBachelor of Science – Management / Computer Information Systems
Little Rock AFB, Bldg 1490
501 – 912 – 2565
14 Jan - 10 Mar, 2013
9:00 - 10:00pm
Co-requisite or prerequisite: CS365 or instructor consent.
1) No books are required.
The course curriculum is provided online via http://cisco.netacad.net.
You instructor will provide you an access privilege to the site once the class
2) Optional Hardcopy
Textbook: Network Fundamentals, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide. Cisco Press.
Mark Dye, Rick McDonald, Antoon Rufi. ISBN #9781587132087.
Textbooks can be purchased through the MBS bookstore
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville Bookstore
Cisco Networking Academy website: http://cisco.netacad.net.
Cisco Networking Academy Program - NETLAB Academy Edition: http://netlab.fhsu.edu.
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment: Course Home Self Check, Chapter Exams, NetLabs, Final Exams, Course Feedback.
Submission Policies: Weekly discussion, lab project, and exam assignment
policies will be detailed week by week. All requirements must be met in order
to get the maximum score. Failure to
meet any of the requirements will yield a deduction in points that will be
determined by your instructor.
will have access to your grades in e-College so that you can monitor your
progress in the course. If you have questions about your grades, please contact
following table shows the course score distribution.
Percentage per item
Course Home Self Check
1 in Week 1
1 per chapter from Chapters 2 to
Weekly Lab – NetLab
2 in Week 1
1 per week from Weeks 2 to 7
Weekly Lab –
2 per week from Weeks 1 to 6
1 in Week 7
Practice Final Exam
Final Exam – Not Proctored
1 in Week 8
Final Exam - Proctored
follow Park University Incomplete Policy as specified in Park University
Grading Scale Policy:
letter grade is determined based on the following scale. No rounding will be
used when calculating your grades.
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.
Course Learning Outcomes
Introduction to the policies
and administration of the course
Policies and Administration
materials under Course Home
introduction; Living in a network-centric world; Communicating over the
0, 1 & 2
Application layer functionality
and protocols; Transport layer
3 & 4
Network layer; Data Link layer
5 & 7
Addressing the network – IPv4
Physical layer; Ethernet
8 & 9
Planning and cabling networks;
Configuring and testing networks
10 & 11
Chapter 11 NetLab;
materials covered in class
Final Exams – proctored and non-proctored ; Course feedbacks
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