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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
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CNT 225 Server 2
4 Credits
This course is part two of a series of three courses that teach
the skills and knowledge necessary to administer a Windows
Server infrastructure in an enterprise environment. It teaches a
candidate to perform the tasks required to maintain a Windows
Server infrastructure, such as user and group management,
network access, and data security. It provides skills and
knowledge necessary for implementing, managing, maintaining,
and provisioning services and infrastructure in a Windows
Server environment. FA
Prerequisite: CNT 224
CNT 226 Server 3
3 Credits
This course is part three of a series of three courses that teach
the skills and knowledge necessary to administer a Windows
Server infrastructure in an enterprise environment. It teaches a
candidate to perform the advanced configuring tasks required to
deploy, manage, and maintain a Windows Server infrastructure,
such as fault tolerance, certificate services, and identity
federation. It provides skills and knowledge necessary for
implementing, managing, maintaining, and provisioning services
and infrastructure in a Windows Server environment. SP
Prerequisite: CNT 225
CNT 232 MCSE 1
4 Credits
This course is one of two courses that provide the skills and
knowledge necessary to design, implement and maintain a
Windows server infrastructure in an enterprise scaled, highly
virtualized environment. The emphasis on this course is
planning, configuration, and implementation of Windows server
services such as server deployment, server virtualization, and
network access and infrastructure. FA
CNT 233 MCSE 2
4 Credits
This course is one of two courses that provide the skills and
knowledge necessary to design, implement and maintain a
Windows server infrastructure in an enterprise scaled, highly
virtualized environment. The emphasis of this course is the
planning, configuration, and management of Windows server
services such as identity and access, high availability and server
infrastructure. SP
Prerequisite: CNT 232
CNT 270 Emerging Trends in Computer Networking
3 Credits
This course will explore current technology and trends in
computer networking topics. SP
CNT 280 Cisco 3
3 Credits
This course describes the architecture, components, and
operations of routers and switches in larger and more complex
networks. Students learn how to configure and troubleshoot
routers and switches for advanced functionality. By the end of
the course, students will be able to configure and troubleshoot
routers and switches and resolve common issues with OSPF,
EIGRP, and STP in IP networks. This course also covers topics
related to WAN networking, including Internet services, cellular,
PPP and serial WANs. FA
Prerequisite: CNT 170 or instructor approval
COM 101 Fundamentals of Speech
3 Credits
This is a course in oral communication that emphasizes the
foundational elements of communication including: perception,
self-concept, language listening and nonverbal. This course
also encompasses a variety of communication, including
interpersonal, group, and public. ALL
Prerequisite: A COMPASS score of >67 in both Reading and
Writing, or an ACT English score >17, or an SAT English score
>450, or a GAIN score of 871
COM 101T Fundamentals of Speech (Transfer Students
Only)
1 Credit
This course is designed to meet the needs of transfer students
who enter EITC having previously taken a two-credit Speech
or Communication class at either Idaho State University or
University of Idaho. Students will attend the first seven weeks of
the course, take all exams given during those seven weeks, and
deliver at least one speech. ALL
Prerequisite: Two hours of introductory Speech
Communications transfer credit
DTL 121 Orientation to Dental Assisting/Office Management
2 Credits
This course is designed to provide the student with a solid
foundation to become skilled in effectively using the correct
terminology when dealing with various people in various
situations. The skills learned in this course can be used when
building relationships with people as related to success with
patients, co- workers, and employers. Also provides in-depth
understanding of the dentist’s and auxiliary’s ethical and legal
responsibilities to patients and to each other. Emphasis is placed
on the auxiliary’s role in risk management. An introduction to
basic office procedures used on a daily basis is included. FA
DTL 124 Basic Dental Science & Medical Situations
3 Credits
This course is designed to provide students with a basic
understanding of the various sciences used in the dental health
field. Class work also deals with preventive dentistry and
patient care. The course provides the skills needed to handle
any medical emergency in the dental office and provides a solid
fundamental knowledge of HIV/AIDS as it pertains to patients,
co-workers and employers. The student will be eligible to test
for Red Cross certification in CPR, First Aid, and HIV/AIDS in
the Workplace. FA
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