Curriculum

CTC Developed Curriculum

Full curriculum is available by request. Visit the links below to access a syllabus, and sample powerpoint slides and learning activities from each course.

Convergence Technology

http://www.connectedtech.org/educators/convergence_technology_curriculum.html

CWNA

http://www.connectedtech.org/educators/certified_wireless_network_administrator_curriculum.html

DHTI

http://www.connectedtech.org/educators/digital_home_technology_integration.html

Residential Networking

http://www.connectedtech.org/educators/residential_networking.html

VoIP - Linksys

http://www.connectedtech.org/educators/linksys_voice_over_ip_curriculum.html

VoIP II

http://www.connectedtech.org/educators/voice_over_ip_ii_curriculum.html

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NISGTC Developed Curriculum

NISGTC was a 4-year grant focusing on Networking, Cybersecurity, Programming, and Geospatial Technologies. Curriculum created under NISGTC is open-source and may be used by others. CTC’s role is to link others to the curriculum. Each full course uploaded onto SkillsCommons are classified with three classifications below.

Standard Occupation Classification: (SOC code) - used by Federal statistical agencies to classify workers into occupational categories for the purpose of collecting, calculating, or disseminating data.

15-0000: Computer and Mathematical Occupations
49-2022: Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers

Classification of Instructional Program (CIP Code) - provides a taxonomic scheme that supports the accurate tracking and reporting of fields of study and program completions activity.
10-Communications Technologies/Technicians and Support Services
11- Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
15 - Engineering technologies/Technicians

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS Code) – grouped base on industry sector.
51: Information

BUSIT103 (SQL Fundamentals)
BUSIT105 (Introduction to Business Intelligence)
BUSIT209 (Data Visualization: 2 modules)
CIS121AE (Windows Operating System: Level 1)
CIS165DB (Windows 8 App Development)
CIS165DBA (Windows 8 App Development: Windows 8 Overview, App Design, and Basic App Development)
CIS165DBB (Windows 8 App Development: UI Design with XML, App Lifecycle, and Working with Data)
CIS165DBC (Windows 8 App Development: A/V Components, Locations & Maps, and Packaging & Deploying the App)
CIS263AA (Java Programming: Level II)
CIS263AAA (Java Programming Level II: Java and Object Oriented Programming Fundamentals)
CIS263AAB (Java Programming Level II: GUI Components, Files & Streams, and Abstract Data Types)
CIS263AAC (Java Programming Level II: Multimedia, Networking, and Software Development)
CIT230 (Help Desk Techniques)
CIT500 (Interactive Web Design – Mobile Apps)
CIT509 (IT Orientation)
CIT527 (Programming for Android I)
CIT527AA (Programming for Android I: Introduction, User Interface, and User Variables)
CIT527AB (Programming for Android I: Resources, Programming Structures, and List Menus)
CIT527AC (Programming for Android I: Sensors & Location, Graphics & Animation, and Debugging, Testing, & Publishing)
CMPT1405 (Computer Maintenance 2)
CMPT1405A (Computer Maintenance Part 1)
CMPT1405AA (Computer Maintenance 2: File Systems, Windows Installation, Command Prompt & Tools, OS & Accounts, and Control)
CMPT1405AB (Computer Maintenance 2: Windows Networking, Maintenance, Virtualization & Network Printing, and Security)
CMPT1405AC (Computer Maintenance 2: Mobile Devices and Troubleshooting)
EPS150 (Introduction to Entrepreneurship)
EPS150AA (Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Process & Skills for Starting and Planning a Business)
EPS150AB (Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Financing and Marketing a Business)
EPS150AC (Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Managing a Business)
Essential Math (Bridge Course)
Essential Reading (Bridge Course)
Essential Writing (Bridge Course)
IND180 (Technology Business Planning)
IND180AA (Technology Business Planning: Introduction, Evaluate & Select Technology, Planning, Customer Development, and Business Models)
IND180AB (Technology Business Planning: Financial Topics, Legal Issues, Resource Management, and Growth)
IND181 (WordPress: Blogging and Website Design )
IND181AA (WordPress: WP Install & Setup, Basic WP Settings Customization)
IND181AB (WordPress: Install Themes & Widgets, Formatting Posts, and Categorizing & Tagging Posts)
IND181AC (WordPress: WP as Blogging Platform, Marketing Tool, and Content Management for Commercial Sites)
INT520 (IT Career Exploration)
ISIT105 (Problem Solving for the IT Professional )
ISIT105AA (Problem Solving for the IT Professional: Introduction, Individual Behavior, and Teams & Groups)
ISIT105AB (Problem Solving for the IT Professional: Problem Solving, the Decision Process, and Scientific Techniques)
ISIT105AC (Problem Solving for the IT Professional: Creative, Lateral & Divergent Thinking, Decision Support through Technology, and Final Project)
ITE100 (Information Technology Ethics)
ITE100AA (Information Technology Ethics, Permission, Persuasion, & Contracts and Privacy, National Security, & Whistleblowing )
ITE100AB (Information Technology Ethics, Property, Copyright, & Remix and Equality & the Digital Divide)
ITE100AC (Information Technology Ethics, Freedom of Speech, Child Pornography, & CGI and Activism, Hacking, & Hactivism)
ITNW1458 (Network Essentials – Network+)
ITNW1458AA (Network + Introduction, Hosting, and IP Address Management)
ITNW1458AB (Network + DNS/DHCP, Network Media, WAN, and Installation & Configuration)
ITNW1458AC (Network + Wireless Installation & Configuration, Management, Security, Remote Access, & Protection)
ITNW1730 (Cloud Essentials)
ITSE1370 (Introduction to iOS Mobile Development)
ITSE1370AA (Introduction to iOS Mobile Development: Overview, iTunes, Xcode, Objective-C, and Cocoa)
ITSE1370AB (Introduction to iOS Mobile Development: Layout, Touch & Gestures, Storyboards & Segues, and iPad & Universal Apps)
ITSE1370AC (Introduction to iOS Mobile Development: Human Interface, Frameworks, Data, and Distributing Apps)
LAN103 (Security Awareness)
LAN143 (Digital Forensics)
LAN143AA (Digital Forensics: Introduction, Investigative Methodology, Forensics, and Data Acquisition)
LAN143AB (Digital Forensics: Processing, Tools, File Systems, and Analysis)
LAN143AC (Digital Forensics: Mobile, Email, Recovering Graphics, Networks, and Reporting)
LAN153 (IT Security Essentials: Security+)
LAN153AA (IT Security Essentials: Roles, Risk & Change Management, and Organization Policies)
LAN153AB (IT Security Essentials: Physical security, Forensics, Legal & Privacy Issues, Secure Software Development)
LAN153AC (IT Security Essentials: Messaging, Web Components, Access, Authentication, and Cryptography)
LAN163 (IT Security Practices )
LAN163AA (IT Security Practices: Introduction, Footprinting, Scanning, Enumeration, System Hacking, Trojans & Backdoors, Viruses & Worms, Sniffers, and Social Engineering)
LAN163AB (IT Security Practices: DOS, Session Hijacking, Hacking Webservers, Hacking Web Applications, and SQL Injection)
LAN163AC (IT Security Practices: Hacking Wireless Networks, Evasion, Buffer Overflow, Cryptography, and Penetration Testing)
LAN253 (Network Security)
LAN253AA (Network Security: Overview, Device Hardening, Remote Access, and Authentication)
LAN253AB (Network Security: Perimeter Security, Firewalls, and Intrusion Prevention)
LAN253AC (Network Security: VPN, Securing LAN, and IPV6)
LAN273 (Advanced Security Practitioner)
LNX101 (Linux Part 1)
LNX101AA (Linux Part 1a: History, Overview, Installation, Boot/Shutdown, Hardware, and Process Settings)
LNX101AB (Linux Part 1b: Working with Linux, Software Installation, Files, Directories, and Permissions)
LNX101AC (Linux Part 2a: Linux Management, Interface, and Users & Groups)
LNX101AD (Linux Part 2b: Administration, Services, Fundamentals, and Security)
LNX102 (Linux Installation and Configuration – Part 2)
PROG120 (Object Oriented Programming)
WRKDEV100 (Student Success Seminar)

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Virtual Labs

Our partner college Georgia Southern University is supplying access to Netlab Virtual Labs for CTC partner schools. Click here to apply for access to the GSU Virtual Lab space or for the Cisco Virtual Lab Model
for creating a virtual lab environment.

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