Advanced Topics in Systems Administration and It Infrastructure

SYS 480
Description: Systems Administration is an extremely dynamic field that changes at a far faster pace than typical curriculum development. This course will allow students to explore cutting edge technologies and concepts that are late-breaking or undergoing significant change. Topic selection will be based upon student interest and faculty research and expertise and will generally change annually. Students may substitute (3) 1 credit NET/SEC/SYS300 courses for this requirement. This course may be cross-listed with SEC480 or SYS480 courses should the topics be related.

Prerequisite: Complete 90 credits, SYS-265 and SYS-320, with a minimum grade of C in both.
Credits: 3

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