ITS 205 Computer Hardware and Software Management
(Hardware/Software)

Students will be provided the knowledge required to understand the fundamentals of computer technology, networking, and
security. Students will be able to identify basic terms, concepts, and functions of computing system components, including
how each component should work during normal operation and the boot process; common peripheral ports, associated cabling
and their connectors; hardware methods or upgrading system performance. Student will acquire the skills to analyze common 76
symptoms and problems associated with each component and provide solutions to troubleshoot and isolate the problems.
Students will learn to analyze issues, procedures and devices for protection within the computing environment, including
people, hardware and the surrounding workspace. (Formally CT 107 & 108)
Fall