Computer Networking Technology - CNT 130
Computer Hardware and Troubleshooting
3 Credit Hours3 Lecture Hours
This course is designed to prepare students for maintaining and troubleshooting personal computers (PCs) and other technology devices. Topics include hardware, networking, mobile devices and troubleshooting. Students will carry out hardware maintenance and device configuration with a focus on customer support fundamentals and meeting requirements.
(A requirement that must be completed before taking this course.)
Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:
- Explore computer BIOS/UEFI functions and configurations.
- Explain the purpose and properties of motherboard components.
- Install components, peripherals and expansion cards.
- Select appropriate components to meet customer needs or functionality requirements.
- Differentiate ports, interfaces, cables or other types of connectors.
- Explore mobile device software, components and configurations.
- Demonstrate knowledge of networking fundamentals.
- Validate device and software functionality using troubleshooting concepts and appropriate tools.
- Compare current processor and memory types and their features.
- Examine power supply connectors and electrical properties.
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