Sub-major - Networking

Western Sydney University Sub-major Code: SM3055.1

Related Courses

3639.3 Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology
3639.4 Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology
3684.2 Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced)
3687.1 Bachelor of Information Systems
3687.2 Bachelor of Information Systems
3688.1 Bachelor of Information Systems Advanced

Available to students in other Western Sydney University Courses : YES, if the specialisation is available on your Home campus. Please ensure your course structure allows space for enrolment in the units in this unit set. Students must also meet any pre-requisite requirements. Consult your Course Advisor for further advice.

The Networking sub-major provides the students with the basic knowledge for analysis, design, and implementation of networked systems. It offers the students the opportunity to develop the technical skills needed for management and secure operation of the most commonly used networks.

Sub-major Structure

Student must complete 40 credit points as follows

300565 Computer Networking
300095 Computer Networks and Internets

And choose two of

300575 Networked Systems Design
300143 Network Security
300166 Systems and Network Management
300952 Wireless and Mobile Networks
300569 Computer Security
301124 Ethical Hacking Principles and Practice

Please note unit 300597 - Parallel and Distributed Computing will no longer be available from 2018. Students may take unit 300569 Computor Security or 301124 Ethical Hacking principles and Practice instead

Replaced Units

The units listed below count towards completion of this Sub-major for students who passed these units in 2018 or earlier.

300957 - Parallel and Distributed Computing

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