|Course Number:||CISC 4615 C01|
|Course Title:||Data Communication & Networking|
|Instructor:||Dr. Robert K. Moniot|
|Office LL 817-E, Phone (212) 636-6334|
|Office hours: TF 10:30-12:00, W 4:30-5:30|
|Class Hours:||T 6:00-8:45 PM, Room 424|
|Required Text:||Computer Networks, 4th ed., by Andrew S. Tanenbaum, (Prentice-Hall 2003, ISBN 0-13-066102-3)|
Course Outline: A tour of computer networking concepts and practices
from the bare metal up to the World-Wide Web. The course presents
the basic concepts of data communications: data transmission, data
encoding, data link control, multiplexing, error detection
techniques. It covers communication networking techniques:
switching, protocols, line control procedures, local
networks. Communication carrier facilities and systems planning
considerations will also be discussed.
Protocol: Grade will be based on homework & projects (40%),
a midterm (25%), and a final exam (35%).
Test Dates: Midterm exam: Tuesday, March 2.
Final Exam: Tuesday, May 11.
Schedule of Topics, Readings and Assignments:
If you believe that you have a disabling condition that may interfere with your ability to participate in the activities, coursework, or assessment of the object of this course, you may be entitled to accommodations. If so, please schedule an appointment to speak with me immediately or you may go to the Office of Disability Services (Room LL 207, x6282).