Csci 323: Systems of Programming
Computer & Information Science
Study of a contemporary operating system and its set of tools from the perspective of software professionals and system administrators. The course analyzes the system components and their interactions, the tool environment, and system administration issues such as configuration, installation, networking, security, and performance tuning.
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Prerequisite: Csci 112 or CIS 112 (Minimum grade: C-); or Csci 113 or CIS 113 (Minimum grade: B-)
- Lecture: Lecture for Csci 323
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