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Senior3   Course

Computer Communication and networking

Teacher

Mr. Mutyaba Daniel

Category

Computer Studies

Students

0   Registered

lessons

11 lessons

UGX27000
UGX13500.0

Course Outline
    1. Definition of terminologies
    2. Importance of computer communication
    3. Limitations of computer communication
    4. Elements of computer communication
    5. Transmission modes
    6. Forms of Data Transmission:
      • Definitions
      • Types of data communication
      • Advantages & disadvantages
    7. Computer networks:
      • Types of computer networks
      • Definitions
      • Classifications of computer networks
      • Advantages & disadvantages
    8. Network setup & configuration:
      • Network topologies
      • Types of networks
    9. Setup and configure a SOHO network
What you will learn?

    Develop a deep understanding of computer networks and its application

    • Describe the major categories of network types.
Requirements

    Note books

    • Network hardware devices
    • Internet
About the instructor
  • 3 Students
  • 5 Courses
Mr. Mutyaba Daniel
He holds a Distinction certificate in Computer applications and systems from Uganda College of Commerce Tororo, First class Uganda Diploma in Business studies specialised in Accounting awarded by Makerere University Business School(MUBs), a First Class Honours Degree in Business Studies and Education majored in IT and Business subjects from Kyambogo University, he also holds a CPA level two from ICPAU. Due to his excellent academic performance he was retained at Kyambogo University and currently is lecturing Business Computing, accounting and Business information systems in School of management and entrepreneurship. He is currently pursuing a Joint Masters Degree of Business Administration(MBA) from the University of Piraeus Greece in collaboration with Kyambogo University. Daniel is an ICT teacher for 7 years at Hilton High School Mukono and as well as a teacher of Business subjects. He has also authored these books; Syllabus based Subsidiary ICT, Computer &IT Hands Handbook