Network Science Certification Program Information
This booklet contains the Network Science Certification Program information.
Certification Program Course Outlines and Descriptions
Level 2 - Intermediate Networking Track
Here are the course descriptions and outlines of the Intermediate Networking Certification track.
This course focuses on differentiation of traffic options in a Data Network, and how that differentiation can be used to provide varying levels of performance - or Quality of Service in an Internet. An examination of methods and procedures for classifying, policing, and queuing will be provided.
This course provides the student with a solid basis on which to understand network security. It discusses network vulnerabilities, and then takes you through the key mechanisms that are used to protect our networks. Mechanisms include digital certificates, Access Control Lists (ACL's), firewalls, and 802.1X port based authentication.
The course builds on the early Wi-Fi basic configuration course and discusses three advanced configuration settings; namely security, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), and Quality of Service (QoS). This course explain how these advance features work and provide configuration labs.