it220 | undergraduate

Internet Concepts

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IT 220 covers the development of the Internet, its business applications, and its distinction from the World Wide Web. Provided within this course are foundational topics that include the structure, topology, and connectivity of clients and servers on the World Wide Web via Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). An overview of Web page design, its practical use, and stylistic elements are also discussed.

This undergraduate-level course is 9 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 9

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    Web Page Development

    • Identify appropriate design features that successfully impact Web page development.
    • Create an HTML Web page.

    HTML Continued

    • Summarize the elements of a well-designed Web site.
    • Create an HTML Web page.
    • Examine the various types of Web site structures.

    Wireless Networks

    • Analyze security issues of wireless networks.
    • Compare wireless network technologies.

    Electronic Communication

    • Explore the functionality of email.
    • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of email.
    • Discuss network connectivity.

    Electronic Commerce

    • Discuss future trends and professions in Information Technology.
    • Identify the impact of e-commerce on businesses and consumers.

    Internet Basics

    • Illustrate computer to Internet connectivity.
    • Identify Internet components and describe their purpose.
    • Compare and contrast Web browsers.

    Introduction to HTML

    • Create an HTML Web page.
    • Decode the elements of an HTML Web page.

    Online Information Resources

    • Locate personal, professional, and educational resources on the Internet.
    • Explain the process for downloading information from the Internet.
    • Identify the purpose of File Transfer Protocol (FTP).

    Security and the Internet

    • Identify incidences of copyright infringement in the use of Web resources.
    • Explain current security threats related to computer use.
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