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MIS 3340
Data Communication and Networking
Three semester hours. (FL)
The purpose of this course is to develop an understanding of the differences between centralized, decentralized, and distributed data processing systems; their relationships with the business enterprise, data communications and the parameters affecting the implementation of the system. Background for analysis, design, selection and evaluation of hardware, software and support required for a distributed data processing environment will be gained. Prerequisites: MIS 2350 and MIS 3310.

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