Fundamentals of Web-Based Information Technology
Understand networking, Internet, and web protocols
Describe the purpose of key networking, Internet, and web protocols (e.g., IP, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS) and standards (e.g., HTML, CSS).
Implement web-based systems
Design, implement, and evaluate (e.g., debug) front-end and back-end web systems that meet a set of computing requirements.
Database and Security
Install, create, and configure a database (e.g., MySQL) and securely connect to it via a website (e.g., protect against SQL injection; limit access rights).
Demonstrate system administration skills necessary to install and manage web systems (e.g., effectively use a virtual machine, web server, linux command-line environment).
Information Assurance and Security
Evaluate which information service(s) are affected by a cybersecurity attack and identify strategies to protect against future breaches.
Acquire and apply life-long learning skills to find, assess, and appropriately utilize information resources to solve technical problems.
Demonstrate skills in technical communication.