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ENS3343 Data Communication and Computer Networks
Credit Points: 15
ENS1153 Introduction to Computer Technology , or
ENS1161 Computer Fundamentals
Understanding of physical and logical elements of data communication and computer networks. ISO Open System Interconnect reference model and the TCP/IP protocol suite. Transmission media. Local, metropolitan, and wide area networks. Integrated services digital network (ISDN). Internetworking. Network security.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
E67Bachelor of Engineering (Communication Systems)
E74Bachelor of Engineering (Communication Systems)/Bachelor of Business
E50Bachelor of Engineering (Communication Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
E47Bachelor of Engineering (Communication Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Security)
E66Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)
E75Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Business
E52Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
E49Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Security)
E62Bachelor of Engineering Management
B38Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
V31Bachelor of Science (Internet Computing)
B39Bachelor of Science (Software Engineering)
U78Bachelor of Technology (Electronic and Computer Systems)
SMCOMPComputer Science 10 Unit Supporting Major
SPCOMPComputer Systems Area of Specialisation
MIENGCEngineering (Computer Systems) Minor
SMNETCInternet Computing 10 Unit Supporting Major
MINETCInternet Computing Minor
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004