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  1. ITT Technical InstituteITT Information Technology Computer Network System Why I choose this Career And Why I choose ITT Technical Institute ?

  2. Why I choose this career? Choose ITT Technical Institute because of its high standard of education that you would received from this college with qualify teachers, and the collage Reputation it has in the industrial field. Technology has always interested me. When I attended Rock Valley College I majored in Electronics Technology for 2-1/2 years. My first job was a Lab Electronics Technician than I advance to Senior Electronics Technician. Then to a Senior PC Analyst. Having a career in technology gives you That advantage, when it come to getting a quality job that you want in The field of technology today. Why I Choose ITT Technical Institute?

  3. Technical CoursesFor this curricula Core Course Operating Systems • Overview of computers and operating systems • Primary functions of operating systems • Memory management • Process management • Device management • I/O management • File management Course Number IT103 Credit Hours 4

  4. Introduction to Computer Programming (Using Visual Basic) Core Course • Integrated development environment • Algorithm concepts • Control structures • VB syntext and conventions • Coding skills and techniques • Security concepts • Graphical user interface concepts Course Number IT104 Credit Hours 4

  5. Visual Basic and GUI Applications Core Course Course Number IT115 Credit Hours 4 • Using Visual Basic for applications • User-defined data types, direct access files and object classes • Human factors and interface design • Managing the design process and user interface models • User interface components windows, menus and form fill – ins • Controls, color usage and error messages • Graphical user interface concepts

  6. Linux Operating System Core Course • Introduction to the Linux Operating System • Installing Red Hat Linux • Managing files and directories • Creating files using the vi editor • Managing documents • Securing files in Linux • Automating tasks using shell scripts • Backing up, restoring and compressing files • Using basic networking commands in Linux • Installing packages in Linux • The Apache web server Course Number IT250 Credit Hours 4

  7. Microsoft Desktop Operating System Core Course Course Number IT109 Credit Hours 4 • Introduction to Windows 2000 Professional • Installing Windows 2000 Professional • Using Microsoft Management Console and Task Scheduler • Using Windows Control Panel • Using the Registry • Managing disks • Installing and configuring network protocols • Using the DNS service • Introducing Active Directory directory services • Setting up and managing user accounts • Setting up and managing groups • Setting up configuring network printers and drivers

  8. Microsoft Desktop Operating System Core Course • Administering network printer • Setting up configuring network printers • Securing resources with NTFS permissions Administering shared folders • Adding resources and events • Configuring group policy and local security policy • Managing data storage • Backing up and restoring data • The Windows 2000 boot process • Deploying Windows 2000 • Configuring Windows 2000 for mobile computers • Implementing, managing and troubleshooting hardware devices and drivers Course Number IT109

  9. Network Standards and Protocols Core Course • Introduction to networking • Survey of network operating systems • Basic network media • Understanding network architecture • Introducing network standards • Defining network protocols • Elements of network connectivity • Designing and installing a network • Ensuring network security • Printing on a network • Administering change • Troubleshooting a network Course Number IT220

  10. Microsoft Network Operating System I & II Core Course Course Number IT221 Credit Hours 4 Course Number IT222 Credit Hours 4 • Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 • Installing and configuring • Microsoft Windows 2000 file systems • Unattended installations of Microsoft Windows 2000 Server • Advanced file systems • Active Directory services • Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Server • Administering print services • Network protocols and services • Routing and remote access service • Microsoft Windows 2000 security • Monitoring and optimization

  11. Microsoft Network Operating System I & II Core Courses • Advanced features of IIS 5.0 • Active Directory administration tasks and tools • Implementing Active Directory • DNS and Active Directory Implementation • Configuring sites • User account administration • Group account administration • Securing network resources • Administering shared folders • Administering Active Directory • Administering group policy • Administering a security configuration • Managing active Directory performance • Deploying Windows 2000 using RIS Course Number IT221 Credit Hours 4 Course Number IT222 Credit Hours 4

  12. Wan Technology and Application Core Courses • Multiplexing, switching technologies and internet protocol • Transmissions, networks, hardware types • Common protocols, interfaces and Cisco IOS management commands • X.25 packet switching • Frame relay and managing a Cisco internetwork • Frame relay and configuring Novell IPX SMDS and managing traffic with access lists • ATM and wide area networking protocols • SONET and configuring the Catalyst 1900 Switch • Virtual LANs (VLANs) • IP internetworking • Routing and routed protocol • Router interfaces and internal components • IP addressing and subnet design • Static and dynamic routes • RIP, IGRP and EIGRP protocols • Access lists • Router configuration and troubleshooting Course Number IT320 Credit Hours 4

  13. Database Development Core Courses • Introduction to databases • Data models • Relational database concepts • Overview of SQL • Data manipulation and control using SQL • Transaction processing • Installing and configuring SQL Server 2000 • Data security • Accessing databases from applications • Implementing an RDBMS Course Number IT203 Credit Hours 4

  14. Network Development Capstone Project Core Courses • Responding to an RFP (Request for Proposal) or project requirement requirement reflected in a Case Study • Needs assessment and project planning • Project development lifecycle planning • Review of all technologies learned • Integration and application of knowledge • Network design process • System implementation and management • Technology presentation Course Number IT331 Credit Hours 4

  15. Other Courses Include: Core Courses • Novell NetWare Course Number IT236 Credit Hours 4 • Network Technology and Service Integration Course Number IT321 Credit Hours 4 • Network Systems Management Course Number IT330 Credit Hours 4 Other Courses Include: General Education Courses • Composition I Course Number GE117 Credit Hours 4 • Composition II Course Number GE217 Credit Hours 4 • College Mathematics I Course Number GE127 Credit Hours 4 • College Mathematics II Course Number GE192 Credit Hours 4 • Economic Problems Course Number GE332 Credit Hours 4 • Group Dynamics Course Number GE347 Credit Hours 4

  16. Other Courses Include: Technical Basic Courses • Problem Solving Course Number TB124 Credit Hours 6 • Strategies for the Technical Professional Course Number TB137 Credit Hours 3 • Introduction to Personal Computers Course Number TB142 Credit Hours 3 • Professional Procedures and Portfolio Development Course Number TB332 Credit Hours 4

  17. Network Design and AdministrationSAMPLES TITLES • Communications Analyst • Data Communications Analyst • Information Systems Administrator • Information Systems Operator • Information technology Engineer • Network Administrator • Network Analyst • Network Architect • Network Engineer • Network Manager • Network Operations Analyst • Network Security Analyst • Network Specialist • Network Technician • Network Transport Administrator • PC Network Engineer • Systems Administrator • Systems Engineer • Technical Support Specialist • Network Transport Administrator • PC Support Specialist • PC Systems Support Leader • User Support Specialist • LAN Support I • LAN Support II • LAN Support III

  18. Network Tools For Troubleshooting The Network And Monitoring Software Trace Route Trace Switch Route Network Multimeter Optiview Integrated Network Analyzer Inline Network Tester DSP – 400 Digital Cable Analyzer Fiber Tester Traffic Generation Linkware Software Scanlink Software Network Inspector

  19. Network Equipment For Troubleshooting The Network And Monitoring Bridges Routers Hubs Gateways Switches Repeaters Server Bridges ADM (Add/Drop Multiplexers) T1/E1 Multiplexers

  20. JOB DESCRIPTION Supports, monitors, tests, and troubleshoots hardware and software problems pertaining to LAN. Recommends and schedules repairs. Provides end users support for all LAN- based applications. Installs and configures workstations. May require an associate's degree in a related area and 2-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Works under general supervision; typically reports to a project leader or manager. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. LAN Support III IT Networking Supports, monitors, tests, and troubleshoots hardware and software problems pertaining to LAN. Recommends and schedules repairs. Provides end users support for all LAN- based applications. Installs and configures workstations. May require an associate's degree in a related area and at least 5 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of complicated tasks. May lead and direct the work of others. Typically reports to a project leader or manager. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Jobs title for the following : LAN Support II IT Networking

  21. SalaryLAN Support II Base Salary A typical LAN Support II working in Chicago, IL 60605 area earns a median total compensation including benefits of $49,464, according to the analysis of data reported by corporate HR departments. Half of the people in this job earn between $43,412 and $55,744. May require an associate’s degree in a related area and at Least 2 – 5 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Note: Total compensation (base + bonuses + benefits) Benefit Median Amount Base Salary $48,673 Bonuses $791 Social Security $3,784 401k/404b $1,971 Disability $1,207 Healthcare $5,390 Pension $1,603 Time off $5,403 Total $68,641

  22. SalaryLAN Support III Base Salary A typical LAN Support III working in Chicago, IL 60605 area earns a median total compensation including benefits of $59,586, according to the analysis of data reported by corporate HR departments. Half of the people in this job earn between $51,714 and $68,881. May require an associate’s degree in a related area and at Least 5 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Note: Total compensation (base + bonuses + benefits) Benefit Median Amount Base Salary $59,586 Bonuses $1,266 Social Security $4,655 401k/404b $2,203 Disability $1,485 Healthcare $5,390 Pension $1,972 Time off $6,647 Total $83,204

  23. Ms. Nancy Arnold Addendum VII Program of Study Analyzation By: John Hawkins 11-10-03 Reference By: http://www.careersearch.net/furst/ http://www.salary.com/salary/layoutscripts/sall_display.asp ITT Technical Institute pamphlet ITT Technical Institute Catalog http://kb.flukenetworks.com/display