Network Technology
Course Information


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Year 1


Fall Winter
  BIT1000 Mathematics I for NET (0.5)
  BIT1002 Physics for Information Technology I (0.5)
  BIT1400 Intro to Programming and Problem Solving (0.5)
  NET1001 Computer Technology Basics (0.5)
  NET1002 Networking Fundamentals (0.5)
  BIT1001 Mathematics II for NET (0.5)
  BIT1003 Physics for Information Technology II (0.5)
  BIT1006 Elective (0.5)
  NET1004 Assembly and Machine Language (0.5)
  NET1006 Routing and Switching (0.5)

Year 2


Fall Winter
  BIT2000 Intro to Statistics for NET (0.5)
  BIT2001 Introduction to Business (0.5)
  BIT2002 Marketing in the IT Sector (0.5)
  NET2000 Intermediate Networking (0.5)
  NET2002 Desktop Operating Environments (0.5)
  BIT2400 Intermediate Programming (0.5)
  NET2001 Wide Area Networking (0.5)
  NET2003 Linux Networking (0.5)
  NET2004 Communication Skills for NET (0.5)
  NET2007 Basics of Transmission Systems (0.5)

Year 3


Fall Winter
  NET3000 Database Concepts and SQL (0.5)
  NET3001 Real-Time Systems (0.5)
  NET3007 Network Security (0.5)
  NET3008 Advanced Network Routing (0.5)
  NET3900 Wireless Networks (0.5)
  NET3004 Data Structures (0.5)
  NET3006 Network Management and Measurements (0.5)
  NET3010 Web Programming (0.5)
  NET3011 Advanced Network Switching (0.5)
  NET3012 IP Architectures & Solutions (0.5)

Year 4


Fall Winter
  NET4001 Network Simulation (0.5)
  NET4003 Computer Systems Architecture (0.5)
  NET4005 Networked Applications (0.5)
  NET4009 Trouble Shooting IP Networks (0.5)
  NET4901 Network Technology Project (0.5)
  BITEE43 Art & Humanities Elective (0.5)
  NET4000 Emerging Network Technologies (0.5)
  NET4007 Multimedia Networking (0.5)
  NET4010 Secure Mobile Networking (0.5)
  NET4901 Network Technology Project (0.5)

Note: The elective code prefix 'BITEE', is not an official Carleton code and is used only here; do not look for them elsewhere