Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 3087
First Term: 2010 Spring   
Award: AAS
Total Credits: 62
CIP Code: 11.0801

Occupational Area: Information Technology
Instructional Council: Computer Information System (12)
GPA: 2.0
SOC Code: 15-1134, 27-1014, 27-1024 

Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Web Server Administrator is designed to give students a set of skills that would allow them to develop comprehensive and interactive websites as well as to setup and maintain web servers. Completing the program may lead to such positions as web technician, web designer, web programmer, and web server administrator.

Required Courses
CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I 3

CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management (3) OR
+CIS276DA MySQL Database (3) OR
+CIS276DB SQL Server Database (3) OR
+CIS276DC Oracle Database (3) 3

+CIS166AA Introduction to JavaScript 3

+CIS166AB Web Scripting with Perl/CGI (3) OR
+CIS166AE Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) (3) 3

+CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II 3

CIS126DL Linux Operating System (3) AND
+CIS226AL Internet/Intranet Server Administration-Linux (3) OR
+CIS240DL Linux Network Administration (3) OR
MST150 Microsoft Windows Professional (3) OR
MST150XP Microsoft Windows XP Professional (3) AND
+MST152 Microsoft Windows Server (4) OR
+MST152DA Microsoft Windows 2000 Server (4) OR
+MST152DB Microsoft Windows 2003 Server (4) 6-7

CIS224 Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows 3

CNT140AA Introduction to Networks 4
Credits: 28-29

Program Competencies
1. Construct an overview of the Internet and its resources to including basic web page development. (CIS133DA)
2. Demonstrate web understanding by designing and creating presentations on the Internet`s World Wide Web with the Web`s hypertext markup language (HTML). (CIS233DA)
3.Design and build relational databases (CIS117DM, CIS276DA, CIS276DB, CIS276DC)
4. Perform the set-up and management of internet/intranet services, including World Wide Web (WWW) and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and implement server security features. (CIS226AL, CIS240DL)
5. Design software for Web sites, including client-side script and Common GateWay Interface (CGI) scripting. (CIS166AA, CIS166AB, CIS166AE)
6. Demonstrate the skills necessary to install, configure, use and maintain a UNIX operating system or a Linux operating system. (CIS126DL)
7. Install and configure a Windows operating system including administrative tools, user and group accounts and share permissions. (MST150, MST150XP)
8. Configure and customize Windows network operating system. (MST150, MST152)
9. Configure remote access to a server. (MST152, MST152DA, MST152DB)
10. Explain the primary stages of project management; identify the scheduling tools and costing techniques and how each contributes to successful project completion. (CIS224)
11. Explain how business enterprises anticipate or react to the needs and/or demands of its customers, employees, stockholders, and government agencies (e.g. OSHA, EPA). (SBU200)
12. Describe and explain the goals and functions of networking technology and configuration. (CNT140AA)
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: November 24, 2009

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