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CIS student questions about classes?


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#1 X3n0Ph0n

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Posted 24 July 2013 - 03:24 PM

Hi,

 

As mentioned in my intro, I'm a current student of Wallace State CC; Majoring in Cyber Security/Computer Forensics...the classes required aside from the normal General Ed. classes are as follows:

 

  • CIS 146 -- Microcomputer Applications

  • CIS 151 -- Graphics for the WWW                 

  • CIS 249 -- Microcomputer Operating Systems

  • CIS 199 -- Intro. to Network Communications

  • CIS 276 -- Server Administration

  • CIS 171 -- Fundamentals of Unix/Linux I

  • CIS 280 -- Network Security

  • CIS 282 -- Computer Forensic                              

     

  • Criminal Justice Courses

  • CRJ 140 -- Criminal Law

  • CRJ 290 -- Selected Topics/Intro. to Cyber Crimes

  • CRJ 177 -- Criminal Deviant Behavior

  • CRJ 147 -- Constitutional Law

  • CRJ 283 -- Crime Scene Investigation

  • CRJ 220 -- Criminal Investigation                                         

     

    My question is...Would it be advisable to take Server Administration, Intro to Network Comm. in the same semester? The courses in Bold are classes that I have yet to take. I will also be adding 13 additional classes to attain 2 more Associates Degrees in Networking Technology & Web Technology. Am I wasting my time with these courses or this college?

Please advise as to what your opinions are.

 

Thanks so much.

 

~X3n0



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