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CIS 155 - Principles of Operating Systems

2-2-3
Credit Hours: 3

This course introduces students to the basics of modern operating systems. Students learn concepts, commands and operations in popular operating systems (OS), such as Microsoft Windows and Linux/Unix operating systems. This course emphasizes basic hands-on skills in the following areas: OS hardening, operations and commands, accessing and installing application software, managing files and folders, troubleshooting, controlling and configuring the user environment, security configuration and disaster recovery.

Additional course fee: $85.