The class is called internet technology and its topics include IP protocols, media access protocols, socket programming in C/UNIX, multicasting, wireless and mobile communication, multimedia over the Internet, ATM, switching theory, and network architectures. It's prerequisites are computer architecture (also called computer organization at some schools) and discrete math.
A little more about my background: My comp sci minor consisted of algorithm analysis, data structures, discrete math, computer organization, software development, and an introductory comp sci class.
So to summarize, would taking this class be a good step towards getting a job in software development? Would the class itself be something worth adding to my resume/would a corporate recruiter be impressed with the addition of the skills I could gather from taking this class? Or is this class not particularly relevant towards my end goal?
This post has been edited by davidvee: 17 May 2014 - 09:04 AM