System and Network Administration (11514.1)
|Level:||Level 3 - Undergraduate Advanced Unit|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Science and Technology|
|Discipline:||Academic Program Area - Technology|
UC - Canberra, Bruce
Year Teaching Period Convener Mode of Delivery 2020 Semester 2 DR Wanli MA (Ph: +61 2 62012838 ) ON-CAMPUS
IT infrastructure is broadly known as a collection of hardware, software, networks, data, security, and policies etc. to provide reliable, available, and confident IT services. It plays critical roles in modern society. In this unit, students will learn and apply the principles and basic techniques of system and network administration through setting up the IT infrastructure of an fictitious organisation from scratch and then maintaining the on-going operations of the IT infrastructure. Topics include system selection and installation, software configuration, network administration, security operation, user management, backup, interoperability among multiple platforms, performance tuning, and auditing etc. In addition, the unit also exposes students to the industry, professionalism, and professional ethics. The unit arms students with the knowledge and practical skills in system and network administration to be job-ready to work in the fields and also for future career development. Further, the unit promotes and strengthens important generic skills, such as communication, analysis and inquiry, problem solving, independent and group working, and professionalism and social responsibility.
This is a laboratory-based learning-by-doing unit. This unit is co-taught with 11515 System and Network Administration G.
After successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
1. Understand the industry;
2. Apply the principles and practices of system and network administration to IT infrastructure;
3. Formulate solutions to solve the problems related to system and network administration, e.g., software configuration, user management, data storage, networking, security, performance tuning, testing and auditing etc.;
4. Evaluate the current practice and predict future trends; and
5. Demonstrate the important generic skills, such as communication, analysis and inquiry, problem solving, independent and group working, and professionalism and social responsibility.
One 1 hour lecture and 3 hours of laboratories on campus per week.
11488 Security and Support in IT
11515 System and Network Administration G