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Title: Internet Programming
Course Section Number: CSC-271-01
Department: Computer Science
Description: In 1962, J.C.R. Licklider proposed the idea of an "intergalactic computer network". That grandiose vision became the Internet -- while not yet extending past our galaxy, it has had a profound impact on the entire planet. Join this course to take a tour of the Internet, as it has evolved over time. We will look at the technologies and governing bodies that have shaped it. Topics will include the TCP/IP stack, early Internet applications, development of the World Wide Web, web browsers as a platform for virtual computing, peer-to-peer applications, and modern day concerns of security and privacy.
Credits: 1.00
Start Date: August 24, 2022
End Date: December 17, 2022
Meeting Information: 08/25/2022-12/15/2022 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 02:40PM - 03:55PM, Goodrich Hall, Room 101
Faculty: McCartin-Lim, Mark
Requisite Courses: Prerequisite: CSC-111 and one 200-level course in CSC, or permission of the instructor

Course Status

Section Name/Title Status Dept. Capacity Enrolled/
Internet Programming
CLOSED Computer Science 20 20 / 0 / 0