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This course will focus on the use of the World Wide Web (WWW) and the creation of a home page. Web browsers, Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are discussed. Students get hands-on experience building simple web pages with hypertext links, graphics, and CSS. Includes an overview of techniques that enhance and facilitate page creation. Suggested prerequisites: familiarity with computers and browsing the internet.
Introduction to the manual graphic techniques of Landscape Design. This is a hand drafting course. Drafting techniques and freehand sketching will be covered including plan, elevation/section, perspective drawing, scale, landscape symbols, and rendering techniques.
VMware vSphere Install, Configure, Manage v7
Course Code: INEW-2073
Program Area: Computer Science & Information Technology
This course focuses on installing, configuring, managing, and troubleshooting VMware vSphere. It combines the content of the VMware vSphere 6: Install, Configure, Manage course with advanced tasks and skills for configuring a highly available and scalable virtual infrastructure. Upon completing this course, students can take the examinations to qualify as a VMware Certified Professional. VMware Certifications allow IT professionals to demonstrate VMware software technical expertise to employers and customers, validate their IT skills and experience in virtual infrastructure, gain an edge in the IT job market and improve earning potential. Suggested prerequisite: System administration experience on Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systems. Experience with networks and/or storage networks a plus.
Project Management is a “team sport”. This eight-week intermediate level certificate course, taught by Bob Futrell and a team of PMP certified instructors, is a process-oriented, practical, foundational project management course emphasizing both knowledge and skill, for any life cycle project. It builds on the current edition of the Project Management Institute’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). With examples and team-based case exercises for both INITIATING and PLANNING a case project, plus EXECUTING and MONITORING & CONTROLLING a simulated project to CLOSURE, considerable out of class coordination with teammates is needed to provide a solid framework and context for managing projects in team environments, and preparing the student for professional certifications in project management. This course provides an excellent foundation for students who already have some exposure to managing projects in any industry, or who would like to manage projects but may not have enough documentable work experience hours yet, or who are seeking to pass professional certification exams, but lack expertise and skill in all the knowledge areas covered in the current PMBOK Guide. It helps prepare students to earn and maintain the Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Associate of Project Management (CAPM) certifications from the Project Management Institute (PMI), and the Project+ certification from CompTIA, which is based on PMI’s PMBOK Guide. This course uses generalized examples and background from various industries to explore how to apply the general concepts of project management in practice, in both traditional predictive and Agile adaptive environments, and is offered as instructor-led synchronously for ONSITE, and in the SCHEDULED ONLINE format (with scheduled day/time ONLINE class meeting sections), and in the FLEXIBLE ONLINE format (using pre-recorded presentations with only optional mutually-scheduled day/time ONLINE class meeting sections for Q&A with the instructor �" no pre-determined day/time requirements) supported by BlackBoard, ACC’s ONLINE courseware environment. All formats use the same materials, presentations, case exercises, quizzes and assignments. Suggested prerequisite: an introductory project management course (like BMGT 1021 Introduction to Managing Projects), or at least 12 months of awareness working around (not necessarily leading or working on) projects in an organization to understand the terms and context of project examples used. The follow-on course BMGT 1040 PMP/CAPM Exam Prep is strongly recommended prior to sitting for the certification exams. Students should see the specific professional certification examination requirements at pmi.org for PMP and CAPM, and CompTIA.org for Project+ for further details on professional certification.
Introduction to Networking
Course Code: ITNW-5028
Program Area: Computer Science & Information Technology
Learn the fundamentals of computer networking in terms you can easily understand; learn why networks have become so important, how software and hardware makes networking possible, and how networks function.
An introduction to the creative design of clothing through the flat pattern method. General principles of pattern making using the basic five-piece dress sloper. A study of dart manipulation, slashing and spreading the pattern and contouring sew lines. For questions please contact Victoria Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.223.7906. Integrated with credit FSHD-1328.