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2017-2018 | Academic Catalog 
    
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CIT212S

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CIT 212S Introduction to LINUX

3.00 credit hours

In-depth course in the LINUX operating system. Taking a hands-on practical approach, this course guides students through the basics of LINUX concepts, architecture, and administration. Students will use a combination of text readings, lectures, homework questions and hands-on lab exercises to practice and master skills which include using LINUX commands, shell programming, database management, text editing and utilities. Perl, CGI, C++/C# programming, and Windows sessions are introduced. Prerequisite: CIT 110S , CIT 211S . Lab Fee: $36
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