ISIT 335 Applied Operating Systems
This course provides practical knowledge of operating systems. Running at the core of all computers and networks, an OS manages resources and provides the environment for the execution of programs. Different operating systems have different features and capabilities, and it is important to select, properly install, and correctly configure the right OS so that it serves the needs of the business and ultimately runs the information system successfully. In this course, fundamental concepts of operating systems along with specific features of Microsoft’s Windows®, Linux OS, and mobile operating systems will be discussed. The student learns the key concepts of process management, memory management, I/O operations, and security through hands-on practices and projects. The student learns to select, install, configure, maintain (i.e. update and upgrade), and troubleshoot operating systems.
Course ID: ISIT 335
Semester Hours: 3