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  • CHARLES STURT UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF BUSINESS COMPUTING DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE The minutes of the Computing Discipline meeting held on 17 August 2007 via Video Conference commencing at 1.00pm. Present: Dr John Atkinson Associate Professor Irfan Altas (Joined the meeting at 1.05pm) Associate Professor John Messing Mr Oliver Burmeister Dr Ken Lodge Mr Jim Tulip Mr Jeff Ash Ms Joanne Lawrence (Joined the meeting at 1.08pm) Mr Kevin Wilkins Mr Tony Dean Apologies: Ms Tanja Lang In Attendance: Ms Michelle Westman 2.STARRING OF ITEMS The Presiding Officer received requests to star items 2,3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12. to adopt the remaining unstarred items on the agenda for the meeting held on 17 August 2007. 3. MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETINGS The Following amendment was received and accepted: Item 5.3 that “Albury Discipline Group be removed and replaced with Wagga Discipline Group” CDC07/051 to adopt as a true and correct record the minutes of the meeting of the Computing Discipline Committee held 20 April 2007.
  • 3. MATTERS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES Amended Grading Scheme Lie on the Table Lie on Table. Item is currently being investigated through the Deans Advisory Committee. A report from the Deans Advisory Committee will be presented at the next Computing Discipline Committee in November 2007. 4. REPORT FROM THE PRESIDING OFFICER CDC07/052 The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to receive the following written report from the Presiding Officer. 1. Australian Computer Society The re-accreditation of our computing courses occurred on Wednesday 15 August and a verbal report will be given at this meeting regards the recommendations that were made. In total, nine of our courses were up for re-accreditation. I would like to thank everyone involved with putting together the documentation and the support materials for this day. In particular, I would like to pass on a special thanks to the course coordinators: Michael Antolovich, Oliver Burmeister, Tony Dean, Geoff Fellows, Martin Hale, Jason Howarth, and Kevin Wilkins. Also I would like to thank the administrative support staff on each campus for help compile the documents requested by the ACS. This was a joint effort and I very much appreciate the contributions everyone made. 2. Change in Course Coordination roles The Heads of School are in the process of approving new course coordinators for our computing courses. There will be some rationalisation of the people performing course coordination duties to allow academic staff to be more involved in their teaching and research activities. The people to be appointed will be advised in due course. 3. Mid year intake Overall we have had about 15 new students starting into the Bachelor of Information Technology course in 200770. This is a healthy number of students to commence into the course and it is important that we provide these students with the support that they require for their studies at CSU.
  • 4. Change in policies As you would be aware there have been a number of policy changes implemented by the Dean’s Advisory Committee (DAC) that directly affect the computing discipline. Please refer to the agenda for this meeting for details of these changes however it is important to note that these changes will not be implemented in the computing discipline until 200819. This means that, besides other changes, the awarding of AA/AE grades in computing and mathematics subjects is still possible for the remainder 2007. 5. Membership of the Dean’s Advisory Committee (DAC) The new membership of the DAC is included in the agenda of this agenda. The main change is that the representation of people from the computing and mathematics discipline has been reduced with John Messing, Ken Lodge and John Louis no longer on this committee. The new role of the DAC is meant to be more strategic in nature while committees such as the Computing Discipline Committee and the Mathematics Discipline Committee are expected to perform at a more operational level. My role on the DAC will be to represent both the computing and mathematics discipline groups. Additional Verbal Report: The Presiding Officer reported that the Australian Computer Society has awarded re-accreditation of ACS accreditation the Bachelor of Information Technology and the Master of Information Technology. In addition they have awarded accreditation of the Bachelor of Computer Science, the Bachelor of Computer Science (Games) and the Bachelor of Computer Science (Games) (Honours). The ACS has requested additional information before they give accreditation for the Industry Masters programs. 4.1 Report from Albury Discipline Committee There are no items to be received from the Albury Discipline Committee 4.2 Report from Wagga Discipline Committee There are no items to be received from the Wagga Discipline Committee 4.3 Report from Bathurst Discipline Committee There are no items to be received from the Bathurst Discipline Committee. 4.4 Report from Sub Dean International Information Technology
  • The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to receive the following verbal report from the Sub CDC07/053 Dean International Information Technology. Study Centre Brisbane Due to the lack of enrolments through Study Group in Brisbane a decision has been reached to close the Study Centre located in Brisbane and relocate any existing students to the other two Study Centres in Sydney and Melbourne. Programs in China The Chinese Government has not approved any new course offerings in China in the last two years, chances of CSU achieving any new offerings in China is virtually nil. CSU Credit Search System The new CSU Credit Data Base will be up and running within next two weeks. It will ensure an accurate recording system of all current credit packages available throughout the University. 4.5 Report from Sub Dean Course Quality The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee CDC07/054 agreed to receive the written report from the Sub Dean Course Quality in relation to the Subject revisions and credit packages submitted to the Computing Discipline Committee for approval. 4.6 Report from Sub Dean I T Industry Programs The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to receive the written report from the Sub Dean I T CDC07/055 Industry Programs. Currently in the process of preparing a business case to enable CSU to offer an undergraduate DE IT industry aligned computing course . The course is aimed at both High School Leavers as well as senior people looking for a change in career. The course is to consist of between 6-8 subjects with no majors and is industry based. A focus will be at systems management and networking.
  • 5 CREDIT PACKAGES CDC07/54 The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to note the following Credit Pages which have already been approved by the Presiding Officer and submitted to Faculty Board. • Industrie und Handelskammern Karlsruhe (IHK) for Bachelor of Information Technology • Dali University (Yunnan, China) for Bachelor of Computer Science & Technology CDC07/55 5.1 Holmesglen Institute of TAFE The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to recommend to the Faculty of Business Faculty Board that the credit package for the following course from Holmesglen Institute of TAFE toward the Bachelor of Information Technology be approved and transmitted for inclusion in inclusion in the Academic Manual. • Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) CDC07/56 5.2 Holmesglen Institute of TAFE The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to recommend to the Faculty of Business Faculty Board that the credit package for the following course from Holmesglen Institute of TAFE toward the Bachelor of Information Technology be noted and transmitted for inclusion in inclusion in the Academic Manual. • Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) Supporting Documentation for the above Credit Package can be found at: S: Academic/Business/Computing Discipline Committee/Credit Packages/Credit Packages (sent to Faculty Board) 5.3 Holmesglen Institute of TAFE CDC07/57 The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to recommend to the Faculty of Business Faculty Board that the credit package for the following course from Holmesglen Institute of TAFE toward the Bachelor of Information Technology be noted and transmitted for inclusion in inclusion in the Academic Manual. • Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Administration) Supporting Documentation for the above Credit Package can be found at: S: Academic/Business/Computing Discipline Committee/Credit Packages/ Credit Packages (sent to Faculty Board) 5.4 Cisco
  • CDC07/58 The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to recommend to the Faculty of Business Faculty Board that the credit package for the following course from Cisco toward the Bachelor of Information Technology be noted and transmitted for inclusion in inclusion in the Academic Manual. • Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA Supporting Documentation for the above Credit Package can be found at: S: Academic/Business/Computing Discipline Committee/Credit Packages/ Credit Packages (sent to Faculty Board) 5.5 Cisco CDC07/59 The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to recommend to the Faculty of Business Faculty Board that the credit package for the following course from Cisco toward the Bachelor of Information Technology be noted and transmitted for inclusion in inclusion in the Academic Manual. • Cisco Certified Network Professional – CCNP Supporting Documentation for the above Credit Package can be found at: S: Academic/Business/Computing Discipline Committee/Credit Packages/ Credit Packages/Sent to Faculty Board 5.6 Cisco The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline CDC07/60 Committee agreed to recommend to the Faculty of Business Faculty Board that the credit package for the following course from Cisco toward the Bachelor of Information Technology be noted and transmitted for inclusion in inclusion in the Academic Manual. • Cisco Certified Security Professional – CCSP Supporting Documentation for the above Credit Package can be found at: S: Academic/Business/Computing Discipline Committee/Credit Packages/ Credit Packages/Sent to Faculty Board. 5.7 Microsoft The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline CDC07/61 Committee agreed to recommend to the Faculty of Business Faculty Board that the credit package for the following course from Microsoft toward the Bachelor of Information Technology be noted and transmitted for inclusion in inclusion in the Academic Manual. • Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator MCSA Supporting Documentation for the above Credit Package can be found at: S: Academic/Business/Computing Discipline Committee/Credit Packages/ Credit Packages/Sent to Faculty Board.
  • 5.8 Microsoft The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to recommend to the Faculty of Business Faculty Board that the credit package for the CDC07/62 following course from Microsoft toward the Bachelor of Information Technology be noted and transmitted for inclusion in inclusion in the Academic Manual. • Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator MCSE Supporting Documentation for the above Credit Package can be found at: S: Academic/Business/Computing Discipline Committee/Credit Packages/ Credit Packages/Sent to Faculty Board. 6 REVISED SUBJECT PROFILES CDC07/63 The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to RECOMMEND TO THE FACULTY OF BUSINESS FACULTY BOARD that the following revised subject profiles be approved for introduction in Autumn Session 2009 subject to amendments being made to the satisfaction of the Presiding Officer of the Computing Discipline Committee. ITC557 Web Based Information Systems PG ITC559 Readings in Information Communications Technology/Multimedia 7 CHANGES TO SUBJECT OUTLINES CDC07/64 The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed to request that Course Co-ordinators within the IT Discipline submit a report to the next Computing Discipline Committee in November in relation to what “Key Subjects” they wish to nominate for respective courses. 8 PAIRING OF SUBJECTS Lie on Table 9 CEQ FEEDBACK Noted 10. IT COLLOQUIUM The IT colloquium was discussed at length as to whether it is really necessary and when was going to be the appropriate time. One question which has been asked is whether or not the Faculty Office would be having another forum at the beginning of 2008. The Presiding Officer requested that the Secretary to the Committee seek
  • clarification from the Dean as to when the next Faculty Forum was being held before a definite date is decided upon. Update: The next Faculty Forum will be held in 2009 11. RESTRUCTURE OF THE DEANS ADVISORY COMMITTEE Noted 12. URGENT BUSINESS 1.1 IT SUBJECTS IN CASIMS WITH UNCLEAR STATES CDC07/65 The Faculty of Business Computing Discipline Committee agreed that the following subjects still active in the CASIMS system are to be removed as they are no longer relevant. •ITC237 •ITC351 •ITC561 •ITC589 2. REVIEW OF CSU’S APPROVED RFCD CODES Noted 3. PROPOSED NEW SUBJECT PROFILE FOR ITIL There was in principle agreement with the introduction of a new ITIL subject however the greatest concern for the implementation of such a subject is what subject is going to be deleted to enable this subject to be implemented. The subject will now be entered into CASIMS for the November meeting of the CDC. 4. PASS / FAIL REQUIREMENTS: ARE THERE ANY IMPLICATIONS FROM THE NEW FACULTY POLICY? Noted 6. NEXT MEETING The next meeting of the Computing Discipline Committee will be held on Friday 2 November 2007, 1pm- 3pm, via videoconference. CLOSURE There being no further business the meeting closed at 2.58pm
  • DISTRIBUTION LIST FACULTY OF BUSINESS COMPUTING DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE Committee Positions 11 Current Membership 11 QUORUM 6 Members of the Computing Discipline Committee Members Dr John Atkinson Sub-Dean for Information Technology, Presiding Officer Associate Professor John Messing Sub-Dean International Information Technology Associate Professor Irfan Altas Head, School of Computing and Mathematics Sub-Dean Industry Relations Dr Ken Lodge Sub-Dean, Course Quality Mr Oliver Burmeister Course Coordinator, Bachelor of IT Dr Kevin Wilkins Course Coordinator, Computer Science/Games Dr Tony Dean Course Coordinator, Postgraduate degrees including Honours Programs Three Elected representatives, one from each campus Albury Campus Mr Jeff Ash Bathurst Campus Mr Jim Tulip Wagga Wagga Campus Mr Jeff Fellows One Nominee of the Dean Ms Joanne Lawrence Others Ms Michelle Westman Secretary, CDC Ms Manor Cooper Executive Officer, Faculty of Business (Minutes Only)
  • Item 5 Credit Packages for Noting - IHK Credit Package Form Reference number 2007xxxxx Institution Industrie und Handelskammern Karlsruhe Institution abbreviation/code IHK CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Certified Operative Professional Total credit points 96 Effective date 1 July, 2007 Review date 31 December, 2012 Source documents held Office of Sub-Dean, International IT Prepared by Assoc Prof John Messing CSU subject credited Basis for credit CREDITS towards CORE ITC105 Communication and  Erstausbildung (basic skills) certificate Information Management ITC106 Programming  Erstausbildung (basic skills) certificate Principles ITC161 Introduction to  Erstausbildung (basic skills) certificate Information Technology ITC114 Database Management  Erstausbildung (basic skills) certificate Systems CREDITS towards OTHER SUBJECTS ITC41C Information Technology  Lehrgangszertifikat (an IT specialisation as one of: minor (4 subjects) Software developer, IT project coordinator, Solutions developer, IT technician, IT administrator, IT service advisor) XYZ04C 4 Unspecified electives  Mitarbeiterfurung und Personalmanagement (Management and Human Resource Management)  Betriebliche IT Prozesse (including project management, business processes)  Thesis Additional Comments/Notes Graduates must reach the level of Operative Professionals in three stages. The first requires 3.5 years part-time “Erstausbildung” (Basic skills) while also working in the IT industry. The second is at least 250 hours (equivalent of 4-5 CSU subjects) as “Lehrgangszertifikat” (Specialisation). The final stage is a further 650 hours at the Operative Professional level plus a thesis which also p 10 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5 Credit Packages for Noting - IHK requires a verbal defence. p 11 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5 Credit Packages for Noting – Dahli University Credit Assessment Form Reference number … Institution Dali University (Yunnan, China) Institution abbreviation/code … CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Bachelor of Computer Science & Technology Total credit points 96 Date 1 May, 2007 Prepared by John Messing, Michael Antolovich, Jun Bin Gao CSU subject credited Basis for credit CREDITS towards CORE ITC105 Communication and  University English Information Management  Web Design ITC106 Programming Principles  Advanced Programming Language C ITC114 Database Management  Database fundamentals and management Systems ITC161 Introduction to  Introduction to Computer Science Information Technology  Analog & Digital Logic Circuits ITC211 Systems Analysis  Software Engineering ITC242 Data Communications  Computer Networks CREDITS towards possible MAJORS ITC206 Programming in Java 1  Advanced C++ Programming  Java Programming ITC216 Online Multimedia  Multimedia Technology and Applications ITC322 Data Structures  Data Structure and Algorithm Analysis CREDITS towards Minor MTH05C Mathematics Minor  Advanced Maths (Calculus) (4 subjects)  Discrete Maths  Linear Algebra  Mathematical Modelling p 12 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5 Credit Packages for Noting – Dahli University  Probability and Statistics CREDITS towards ELECTIVES ITC04C 4 Unspecified Information  Operating Systems Technology subjects  Linux  Computer Architectures  E-Commerce Additional Comments/Notes Graduates will receive a maximum of 96 points credit with the number of Unspecified IT subjects credit reduced if necessary to stay within that ceiling. p 13 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.1 Credit Packages for Approval – Holmesglen TAFE Credit Package Form Reference number Institution Holmesglen Institute of TAFE Institution abbreviation/code HIT CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Dip Information Technology (Networking) Total credit points 96 Effective date 1 June, 2007 Review date 1 June, 20010 Source documents held Office of Sub-Dean International IT Partnerships Prepared by Phil Roy, John Messing CSU subject credited Basis for credit HIT Dip Information Technology (Networking) CREDITS towards CORE ITC105 Communication and CIT07A Professional Studies 1 Information Management CIT03A Web Programming 1 ITC106 Programming Principles CIT01A Java 1 ITC242 Data Communications CIT06A Networks 1 ITC301 IT Project Management CIT08A Project Management 1 CIT34A Project Management 2 ITC331 Security, Privacy & Ethics CIT10A Professional Studies 2 CIT31A Risk Management CIT32A Network Security CREDITS towards ONLINE SYSTEMS MAJOR p 14 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.1 Credit Packages for Approval – Holmesglen TAFE CREDITS towards MINOR ITC41C Information Technology CIT05A Operating Systems 1 Minor CIT11A Operating Systems 2 CIT13A SQL Server Administration CIT12A Networks 2 CIT19A Networks 3 CREDITS towards ELECTIVES ITC03C CIT02A Database 1 CIT04A Hardware CIT09A Systems Analysis CIT33A Capacity Planning CIT27A Project Additional Comments/Notes p 15 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.2 Credit Packages for Approval – Holmesglen TAFE Credit Package Form Reference number Institution Holmesglen Institute of TAFE Institution abbreviation/code HIT CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Dip Information Technology (Software Development) Total credit points 96 Effective date 1 June, 2007 Review date 1 June, 20010 Source documents held Office of Sub-Dean International IT Partnerships Prepared by Phil Roy, John Messing CSU subject credited Basis for credit HIT Dip Information Technology (Software Development) CREDITS towards CORE ITC105 Communication and CIT07A Professional Studies 1 Information Management CIT03A Web Programming 1 ITC106 Programming Principles CIT01A Java 1 ITC242 Data Communications CIT06A Networks 1 ITC301 IT Project Management CIT08A Project Management 1 CIT34A Project Management 2 CREDITS towards ONLINE SYSTEMS MAJOR ITC206 Programming in Java 1 CIT16A Java2 CIT29A Java3 p 16 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.2 Credit Packages for Approval – Holmesglen TAFE CREDITS towards MINOR ITC41C Information Technology CIT02A Database 1 Minor CIT05A Operating Systems 1 CIT03A Web Programming 2 CIT17A Database 2 CIT28A Database Programming and Connectivity CREDITS towards ELECTIVES ITC03C CIT04A Hardware CIT10A Professional Studies 2 CIT09A Systems Analysis CIT18A Visual Basic 1 CIT31A Risk Management CIT27A Project CIT30A Visual Basic 2 Additional Comments/Notes p 17 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.3 Credit Packages for Approval – Holmesglen TAFE for Dip Information Technology (Systems Administration Credit Package Form Reference number Institution Holmesglen Institute of TAFE Institution abbreviation/code HIT CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Dip Information Technology (Systems Administration) Total credit points 88 Effective date 1 June, 2007 Review date 1 June, 20010 Source documents held Office of Sub-Dean International IT Partnerships Prepared by Phil Roy, John Messing CSU subject credited Basis for credit HIT Dip Information Technology (Systems Administration) CREDITS towards CORE ITC105 Communication and CIT07A Professional Studies 1 Information Management CIT03A Web Programming 1 ITC106 Programming Principles CIT01A Java 1 ITC242 Data Communications CIT06A Networks 1 ITC301 IT Project Management CIT08A Project Management 1 CIT34A Project Management 2 ITC331 Security, Privacy & Ethics CIT10A Professional Studies 2 CIT31A Risk Management CIT26A Information Security CREDITS towards ONLINE SYSTEMS MAJOR p 18 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.3 Credit Packages for Approval – Holmesglen TAFE for Dip Information Technology (Systems Administration CREDITS towards MINOR ITC262 Operating Systems CIT05A Operating Systems 1 CIT11A Operating Systems 2 ITC233 Network Engineering 1 CIT12A Networks 2 CREDITS towards ELECTIVES ITC04C CIT02A Database 1 CIT04A Hardware CIT13A SQL Server Administration CIT14A Technical Support CIT09A Systems Analysis CIT33A Capacity Planning CIT25A Client Support CIT27A Project Additional Comments/Notes In order to complete the SysAdmin minor, students will need to study ITC333 plus one other subject from the SysAdmin major p 19 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.4 Credit Packages for Approval – Cisco, Certified Network Associate CCNA Credit Package Form Reference number Institution Cisco Institution abbreviation/code CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA Total credit points 24 Effective date 17 August, 2007 Review date 17 August, 2010 Source documents held Secretary CDC Prepared by Phil Roy CSU subject credited Basis for credit CREDITS towards Network Engineering Major ITC233 Network Engineering 1 Current CCNA Certification ITC354 Network Engineering 2 Current CCNA Certification ITC355 Network Engineering 3 Current CCNA Certification Additional Comments/Notes The CCNA certification can be gained by either sitting a composite exam, 640-801 CCNA (up until November 2007) or 640-802 CCNA (available from August 2007). There is also an option to sit two separate exams as detailed in the Cisco CCNA certification guide. p 20 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.5 Credit Packages for Approval – Cisco, Certified Network Professional CCNP Credit Package Form Reference number Institution Cisco Institution abbreviation/code CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Cisco Certified Network Professional - CCNP Total credit points 40 Effective date 17 August, 2007 Review date 17 August, 2010 Source documents held Phil Roy, School of Computing and Mathematics Prepared by Phil Roy CSU subject credited Basis for credit Current CCNA Certification CREDITS towards CORE ITC242 Introduction to Data Current CCNP Certification Communications CREDITS towards Network Engineering Major ITC233 Network Engineering 1 Current CCNP Certification ITC354 Network Engineering 2 Current CCNP Certification ITC355 Network Engineering 3 Current CCNP Certification ITC359 Advanced Network Current CCNP Certification Technologies Additional Comments/Notes Cisco CCNP certification requires passing four Cisco industry exams: 642-901 BSCI , 642-812 BCMSN , 642-825 ISCW , 642-845 ONT or three exams with one being a composite exam: 642-892 Composite (combined 642-901 BSCI and 642-812 BCMSN ) ,642-825 ISCW , 642-845 ONT. p 21 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.6 Credit Packages for Approval – Cisco, Certified Security Professional CCSP Credit Package Form Reference number Institution Cisco Institution abbreviation/code CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Cisco Certified Security Professional - CCSP Total credit points 32 Effective date 17 August, 2007 Review date 17 August, 2010 Source documents held CDC Secretary Prepared by Phil Roy CSU subject credited Basis for credit CREDITS towards Network Engineering Major ITC358 Network Security Current CCSP Certification UNSPECIFIED CREDITS ITC03C – 3 x Unspecified IT Current CCSP Certification Credits Additional Comments/Notes The CCSP Certification is gained by passing four certification exams. 642-552 SND Securing Cisco Network Devices (SND), 642-503 SNRS Securing Networks with Cisco Routers and Switches (SNRS) 642-523 SNPA or 642-522 SNPA Securing Networks with PIX and ASA (SNPA), 642-533 IPS or 642-532 IPS Implementing Cisco Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) 642-513 HIPS or 642-591 CANAC or 642-544 MARS or 642-511 CSVPN Securing Hosts Using Cisco Security Agent (HIPS) or Implementing Cisco NAC Appliance (CANAC) or Implementing Cisco Security Monitoring, Analysis and Response System (MARS) or Cisco Secure Virtual Private Networks (CSVPN). p 22 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.7 Credit Packages for Approval – Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator MCSA Credit Package Form Reference number Institution Microsoft Institution abbreviation/code CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator MCSA Total credit points 16 Effective date 17 August, 2007 Review date 17 August, 2010 Source documents held Phil Roy, School of Computing and Mathematics Prepared by Phil Roy CSU subject credited Basis for credit Current MCSA Certification CREDITS towards Core ITC161 Introduction to IT Current MCSA Certification CREDITS towards Systems Administration Major ITC348 Inside Active Directory Current MCSA Certification Additional Comments/Notes The MCSA Certification has two streams, one based on Windows 2000 exams and the other on Windows 2003 exams. In either stream a student is required to sit four exams for MCSA certification, 2 x networking systems core exams, 1 x client operating system exam and 1 x elective exam. p 23 Computing Discipline Committee – 17 August 2007 /home/pptfactory/temp/20100525085735/minutes3792.doc
  • Item 5.7 Credit Packages for Approval – Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator MCSA Credit Package Form Reference number Institution Microsoft Institution abbreviation/code CSU course Bachelor of Information Technology Course being accredited Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator MCSA Total credit points 24 Effective date 17 August, 2007 Review date 17 August, 2010 Source documents held Phil Roy, School of Computing and Mathematics Prepared by Phil Roy CSU subject credited Basis for credit Current MCSE Certification CREDITS towards Core ITC348 Inside Active Directory Current MCSE Certification CREDITS towards Systems Administration Major ITC348 Inside Active Directory Current MCSE Certification CREDITS towards Electives ITC01C 1 x Unspecified IT Credit Current MCSE Certification Additional Comments/Notes MCSE comprised of six core exams: •Four networking system exams •One client operating system exam •One design exam And one Elective exam (one exam required) Together with the core exams, the elective exams provide a valid and reliable measure of technical proficiency and expertise in solution design and implementation. MCSE candidates should also have at least one year of experience implementing and administering network operating systems and desktop operating systems.