Hello, The College of Lake County (Grayslake, IL) is offering two new programs that may be of interest to members in your user group. The first is a certificate in Linux System Administration. This certificate can also be taken when working towards an Associate of Applied Sciences in Electronics & Information Technology. Courses begin in January. Please consider making this announcement to your group. Thank you. Linux Certificate information: http://clconline.clcillinois.edu/eng529/linuxcertificate.htm IT curriculum information: http://clconline.clcillinois.edu/eng529/newcurriculum.htm For more information please contact: Michelle Leonard Engineering, Math & Physical Sciences Division College of Lake County 19351 W. Washington St. Grayslake, IL 60030 847.543.2760 email@example.com College of Lake County: www.clcillinois.edu <<LinuxCert.htm>>
Electronics and Information Technology Department
Certificate in Linux System Administration
ELT151 PC Hardware Fundamentals 3.0 Credits
ELT152 PC Peripherals and Troubleshooting 3.0 Credits
EIT212 Linux Operating System 3.0 Credits
EIT232 Linux System Administration 3.0 Credits
16.0-17.0 Credits Total
This course will cover the basic components of a PC, including motherboards, memory, disk drives, cases and power supplies. Computers will be disassembled, reassembled and configured to operate. NOTE: recommended preparation CIS 120 and concurrent enrollment in ELT 170 or equivalent knowledge.
ELT 152 PC Peripherals and Troubleshooting (2-2) 3 Hours
This course will cover the common peripheral components of a PC, including modems, Sound cards, network interface cards (NIC), and printers. Additionally, troubleshooting of hardware components will be presented, including diagnostic hardware and software. Preventative maintenance issues will be explored.
Prerequisite: ELT 151
This is an introductory course in digital electronic concepts and networking fundamentals. The course will introduce basic Boolean Algebra including masking concepts. LAN network fundamentals will be studied including peer-to-peer networks using TCP/IP protocols and Ethernet media. Laboratories will include experiments in logic and small networks and peer-to-peer networks will be implemented.
This course will introduce the basic concepts of the LINUX operating system and LINUX network administration. Hardware and software configurations necessary for the installation and maintenance of the operating system and its applications will be covered. A foundation of system commands, expressions and controls will be taught. More advanced skills such as print server, file server and web server applications will be implemented.
EIT 232 Linux System Administration
(2-2) 3 Hours
This course will introduce more advanced Linux network administration. Skills such as implementing,
troubleshooting and securing mixed networks will be taught. Samba print and file servers, Internet gateways such as firewall and proxy servers and Internet servers such as apache web server will be built.
Prerequisites: EIT 212
For more information, contact the college or one of the following faculty members:
Michelle Leonard 847-543-2760 Greg Morris 847-543-2905
Tony Gundrum 847-543-2489 Richard Hoppel 847-543-2494