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Mustafa I. Salman

PhD Wireless Communication

lectureAbout this course

This degree program is designed to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge about internet architecture, layers and backbone. It also provide deep concepts about internet access technologies and protocols. In the LAB, this course provides a background in the web design and development needed to develop static and dynamic websites using the Internet and the World Wide Web. Students will acquire knowledge of basic programming, Web construction, interactive Web sites and Internet Scripts. 

Objectives

  1. To enable students to learn how the internet works, and to know its entire structure.
  2. To make them familiar with all internet access technologies and protocols.
  3. To build strong fundamental knowledge amongst students to pursue higher education and continue professional development in web design and programming.
  4. To expose the students with a multidisciplinary web development techniques in order to prepare them for diverse and competitive career paths.
  5. To improve the ability of students to design and implement different types of static pages using HTML and cascade style sheet (CSS).
  6. To enable students to learn some client-based scripting languages such as Java-script.
  7. To enable students to design a fully-dynamic and interactive websites using PHP & My-SQL.

Course Hours:

  • Classroom: 2 hrs
  • LAB            : 2 hrs

Course Description:

Internet architecture, Internet protocols, ARP, ICMP, IP, TCP, UDP,  DNS, Remote Access, Vsat, E-mail, FTP (File Transfer Protocols), Web servers and Web browsers, Web site development, HTML, ASP, PHP, Java script, Java applets, Internet and computer security.

Required Texts

  1. TCP/IP Protocol Suite, 4/e, Behrouz Forouzan.
  2. Programming the World Wide Web (8th Edition), by Robert W. Sebesta.

Evaluation:

Final Grades: Your final grade will come from the following sources: class attendance, homework assignments, topic presentation, two midterms, and final exam/project.
Grading:

  1. Attendance: 5%
  2. Assignments: 5%
  3. Quizzes: 20%
  4. LAB: 10%
  5. Final exam: 60%

 

Course Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
Internet Backbone FREE 7 days
This unit explains the entire layers of internet.
Internet Service Providers 7 days
This unit explains in details the types of internet service providers (ISPs).
Section 2: Hosting
Web Hosting 7 days
This unit explains the web hosting types in details.
Content Delivery Network 2 weeks
To provide some technical details about CDN.
IT-QZ-1 00:10:00
Section 3: Data Communication
Circuit-Switched Networks 2 weeks
Lecture 6: Dedicated Circuits 2 weeks
Lecture 7: Packet Switched Circuits 2 weeks
Section 4: Internet Access Technologies
Lecture 8: Internet Access Technologies 2 weeks
To explain the broadband technologies.
Section 5: Internet Related Protocols
Lecture 9: ARP 7 days
This Lecture to explain in details the ARP.
Lecture 10: DNS 2 weeks
To explain the Domain Name System in details.
Lecture 11: Email 7 days
To explain E-mail protocols

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  1. 5

    a smart and useful idea for communication

  2. 5

    Excellent but the head in phone is big ?

  3. Nice Course

    5

    It’s pretty good, Thanks..

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