Network Administration I

This is a comprehensive, hands on course in which students learn networking skills and Workstation (Windows XP) and Server 2003 Management Skills. Students will also learn to become effective cyber crime investigators. The course examines the basic steps required in hardware identification, rules of electronic evidence, network investigation, and case management and intrusion detection.

Academic Credits (earned upon successful completion):

  • 2 Elective credits
  • Visual, Performing, Applied Arts - 1 credit
  • Math Related I - 1 credit

Network Administration II

This course addresses the comprehension and application of computer forensics investigations, using Workstation (Windows XP) and Server 2003 Management Skills. Students will evaluate and synthesize technical and legal issues in relation to digital evidence. Investigative software tools are used to analyze seized electronic media.

Academic Credits (earned upon successful completion):

  • 2 Elective credits
  • Math Related II - 1 Credit

Articulations:

  • Davenport University up to 29 credits
  • Macomb Community College 12 credits
  • Baker College 32 credits
  • Eastern Michigan University 6 credits

Certification:

  • Microsoft Desktop Support Technician (MCDST)