BIT - Networking and Security

Overview

The Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) in Networking and Security aims to produce competent graduates in Information Technology in the domains of computer networks, information systems security, networking-based applications development. The graduates of this program are expected to adhere to relevant ethical codes of conduct; and, participate in research activities to produce innovative information technology-based solutions for developing security-enhanced computer networks, applications, and management information systems to serve the local community in particular and the region in general.  Moreover, BIT graduates will be equipped with Networking, Security and Programming skills and techniques for the design, development, deployment, and maintenance of various computer networks-based information technology systems and applications.  In consonance with its objectives, the BIT program includes a selection of elective and core courses emphasizing the acquisition of practical IT skills and technology-innovation mindsets to further advance their competencies ready to face the real-world of professional environments.

 Objective 

  1. To prepare computer scientists who are able to use sound computational principles and techniques in solving real world problems across different application areas.
  2. To prepare computer scientists who are capable of applying efficient and effective scientific approach and tools in designing and building high quality computer programs.
  3. To provide network administrators who are capable to plan, analyze, design, implement, evaluate, maintain, and manage computer network system and trusted security system/policies.
  4. To prepare professionals who are able to communicate effectively across different range of contexts and audiences.

Program Educational Objectives

  1. Demonstrate broad knowledge of technical and non-technical concepts related to computer hardware, computer software, telecommunications, mathematical and statistical principles and networking to solve a range of information technology-related problems.
  2. Apply effective communications skills, teamwork, and leadership with peers, clients, superiors and society at large.
  3. Utilize IT skills in researching, planning, analyzing, designing, implementing, writing, reporting, and presenting IT plans to technical and non-technical individuals.
  4. Use efficient and effective technical support to clients in a manner that promotes safe computing practices and reduces the risk of the issue recurring.
  5. Develop solutions for networking and security problems, balancing business concerns, technical issues and security.
  6. Integrate novel ideas and solutions to design and develop secured e-business, software, and systems to solve problems in information technology and other domains.

Student Outcomes

  1. Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
  2. Design, implement and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
  3. Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
  4. Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
  5. Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.
  6. Identify and analyze user needs and to take them into account in the selection, creation, integration, evaluation, and administration of computing-based systems
Summary of Courses and distribution of Total Credits
Category Credit Hours
Compulsory Elective Total
General Education (University Requirements) 24 3 27
College Requirements (Core Courses) 69 6 75
Program Requirements 24 0 24
Total Credit Hours 114 9 126
University Requirements (General Education): 36 Credit Hours
1- Compulsory Courses: 27 Credit Hours
Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
ENG110101 Academic Writing I 3 TOEFL/IELTS
MATH130101 Mathematics 3
IT140101 Computer Applications 3
HUM160101 Islamic Studies 3
HUM160102 Introduction to Humanities 3
SSCI170101 Introduction to Psychology 3
SSCI170103 Ethics and Citizenship Rights 3
NSCI180101 Introduction to Environmental Science 3
Total Credit Hours 24
2- Elective Courses: 3 Credit Hours from the following:-
Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
ENG110102 Academic Writing II 3 ENG110101
ENG110103 Public Speaking 3
ARAB120101 Arabic Composition and Report Writing 3
SSCI170102 Introduction to Sociology 3
SSCI170104 Logic and Critical Thinking 3
SSCI170105 Introduction to Political Science 3
Total Credit Hours 3
College Requirements: 75 Credit Hours
1- Compulsory Courses: 69 Credit Hours
Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
MATH130102 Introduction to Statistics 3 MATH130101
IT300201 Management Information Systems I 3 IT140101
IT300212 Discrete Mathematics 3 MATH 130101
IT300301 Systems Analysis and Design 3 IT300201, IT301211
IT300501 Management Information System II 3 IT300201
IT300521 Computer Organization and Architecture 3 IT301221
IT300601 IT Project Management 3 IT300301
IT301211 Introduction to Programming 3 IT140101, MATH130101
IT301221 Hardware and Software Systems 3 IT140101, MATH130101
IT301311 Object Oriented Programming 3 IT301211
IT301331 Web and Multimedia 3 IT300201
IT301341 Networking and Telecommunications 3 IT301221
IT301401 Database Management 3 IT300301
IT301431 E-Commerce Development 3 IT301331
IT301511 Data Structures 3 IT300212, IT301311
IT301531 Human-Computer Interaction 3 IT300301, IT301331
IT301551 Information Security 3 IT301341
IT301621 Operating Systems 3 IT300521
IT301651  IT Forensics 3 IT301551
IT301731 Multimedia Systems 3 IT301221, IT301331
BUS400101 Introduction to Business Administration 3
BUS400201 Business Communications 3 ENG110101, BUS400101
BUS400202 Principles of Financial Accounting I 3 MATH130101
Total Credit Hours 69
2- Elective Courses: 6 Credit Hours from the following:-
Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
IT301011 Advanced Programming 3 IT301311, IT301341
IT301031 Advanced Web Page Authoring 3 IT301311, IT301331
IT301032 Computer Graphics 3 IT301211, IT300212
BUS400303 Microeconomics 3 MATH130102
Total Credit Hours 6
Program Requirements: 24 Credit Hours
Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
IT310743 Communications Technology 3 IT301341
IT311741 Advanced Networking 3 IT301341
IT311742 Network and System Administration 3 IT301621
IT311841 Wireless Networking 3 IT310743, IT311741
IT311842 Network Design and Management 3 IT311741
IT311851 Network Security 3 IT311741, IT301551
IT322790  Capstone Project 6 90 Credit Hours
Total Credit Hours 24  

Semester 1 – Year 1

Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
ENG110101 Academic Writing I 3 TOEFL/IELTS
MATH130101 Mathematics 3
IT140101 Computer Applications 3
HUM160101 Islamic Studies 3
BUS400101 Introduction to Business Administration 3
Total Credit Hours 15  

Academic Writing 1

ENG110101, Academic Writing I, (3, TOEFL/IELTS):- This course aims at preparing students for freshman composition while reinforcing the grammar and the reading skills. Students are required to use clear and effective, argumentative prose, with particular emphasis on organization, clarity and coherence when writing essays. The essay structure will be introduced and students will acquire these specific writing skills in following a step by step approach. English language skills will include further intermediate level grammar study that will also focus on introducing more academic vocabulary.

Mathematics

MATH130101, Mathematics, (3):- This is a course in algebra, similar to high school courses in algebra, except that the pace will be faster. We will begin with linear equations in one variable and cover up through roots of polynomials. Topics selected from the following: Linear, quadratic, and polynomial equations, Rational expressions and equations, exponential and radical expressions.  If time permits, we may also see some topics from systems of equations and linear programming.

Computer Applications

IT140101, Computer Applications, (3):- This is an introductory course to computer applications and information technology. Concepts include terminology, computer hardware, software, and networks as well as the impact of computers on the society along with the ethical issues in computing and the trends in information technology and the commonly used application software.  Students use a microcomputer with word processor, electronic spreadsheet, database management system, and presentation software to process data and present useful information.

Islamic Studies

HUM160101, Islamic Studies, (3 ):- مفهوم الثقافة الاسلامية، مقومات ومميزات الثقافة الاسلامية، نشأت ومفهوم الدين , موقف الاسلام من العلم , بيان مفهوم العقيدة الالسلامية , موقف الاسلام من الفرق الضالة , الشريعة الاسلامية ومصادر التشريع في الاسلام , اركان الايمان , موقف الالسلام من الفرق الضالة , التشريعة الاسلامية ومصادر التشريع في الاسلام , خصائص التشريع الاسلامي، رد شبهات حو لبعض التشريعات كتعدد الزوجات وحقوق المرأة والحدود في الاقتصاد : العملوالكسب , المال والملكية , خصائص الاقتصاد , العبادات في الالسلام , أنواعها وأهميتها وآثاؤها في النفس والمجتمع , الاخلاق في الاسلام , فائدتها وأهميتها وآثارها في النفس والمجتمع , الاخلاق في الالسلام فائدتها وأهميتها , تحديات الثقافة الاسلامية , الغزو الفكري , العلمانية , العوملة وكيف نجابه أخطارها في المجالات المحتلفة اقتصاديا وسياسيا واجتماعيا وثقافيا

Introduction to Business Administration

BUS400101, Introduction to Business Administration, (3):- This course deals with understanding of the contemporary business environment, in which topics covered include an understanding of the business system; conducting business ethically and responsibly; entrepreneurship and small businesses; managing the business enterprise; organizing the business enterprise; marketing; human resources and the composition of the workforce and other related topics.

Semester 2 – Year 1

Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
IT300201 Management Information Systems I 3 IT140101
IT300212 Discrete Mathematics 3 MATH130101
IT301211 Introduction to Programming 3 IT140101, MATH130101
IT301221 Hardware and Software Systems 3 IT140101,  MATH130101
BUS400201 Business Communication 3 ENG110101, BUS400101
Total Credit Hours 15

Management Information Systems I

IT300201, Management Information Systems I, (3, IT140101):- This course provides an overview of management information systems (MIS), which includes concepts, applications and data handling including fundamentals of computer-based technology. The course will expose the students to various types of information management systems in use today. The course will also use business-based software to support managerial decisions. Major topics include: the information age; business initiatives; data resource management; decision analysis; emerging technologies and e-commerce; systems development; IT Infrastructures and business-driven technology; computer crime and forensics; building an e-portfolio; security management and ethics of e-business.

Discrete Mathematics

IT300212, Discrete Mathematics, (3, MATH130101):- This course provides an introduction to the foundations of discrete mathematics as they apply to computing field. Topics include functions, relations, sets, mathematical proof techniques, Boolean algebra, logic, matrix algebra, algebraic structures, and the fundamentals of graph theory.

Introduction to Programming

IT301211, Introduction to Programming, (3, IT140101, MATH130101):- This introductory programming course teaches structured programming concepts using Java language assuming that students have no prior programming experience. The course primarily focuses on problem solving with algorithms and flowcharts and then writing programs in Java language. Topics include: Java data types, expressions, input/output, decisions, loops, arrays, strings, and files.

Hardware and Software Systems

IT301221, Hardware and Software Systems, (3, IT140101,  MATH130101):- This introductory course provides breadth-first approach to computer hardware and software systems with an overview on the history of computers. The course is designed to emphasize fundamental concepts and principles with hands-on labs to let students develop sound understanding of computer hardware and operating systems. Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to describe many of the major computer hardware and systems software components. The course will also explore Windows and Linux operating systems with basic operating commands.

Business Communication

BUS400201, Business Communication, (3, ENG110101, BUS400101):- This course emphasizes the importance of effective written and spoken communication within a business setting.  This course will equip students with the skills to produce clear and concise business documents and to deliver engaging messages in various business contexts.

Semester 3 – Year 2

Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
NSCI180101 Introduction to Environmental Science 3
IT300301 Systems Analysis and Design 3 IT300201, IT301211
IT301311 Object Oriented Programming 3 IT301211
IT301331 Web and Multimedia 3 IT300201
IT301341 Networking and Telecommunications 3 IT301221
Total Credit Hours 15  

Introduction to Environmental Science

NSCI180101, Introduction to Environmental Science, (3):- An introduction to environmental science with a focus on global environmental problems and the scientific basis for these. The social and economic impacts of environmental problems are also examined with a particular focus on issues facing the UAE.

System Analysis and Design

IT300301, Systems Analysis and Design, (3, IT300201, IT301211):- This course will introduce various concepts, principles, and stages of computer-based information systems analysis and design (SAD). Students will be exposed to and learn about different methods, tools, and techniques used in SAD. The course will cover the systems development environment; managing the information systems project; identifying, selecting, initiating, and planning systems development projects; determining and structuring system requirements; designing forms, reports, and interfaces; system implementation; maintaining information systems; etc.  Object-oriented systems analysis and design will also be introduced to the students.

Object Oriented Programming

IT301311, Object Oriented Programming, (3, IT301211):- This course is designed to introduce students the essence of object-oriented programming (OOP). The main aim of the course is to teach the fundamental principles OOP using Java as a programming tool rather than attempting to give a complete exposition to Java. Topics include: methods, events, encapsulation, polymorphism, inheritance, and reuse. The course also discusses handling of errors, GUI, Java applets, and Java 2D.

Web and Multimedia

IT301331, Web and Multimedia, (3, IT300201):- The course is designed to develop web pages with multimedia contents. The course explores Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)/XHTML from the basic tags to the intermediate tags, constructing Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and its integration to web pages. The multimedia part will discuss the concepts, manipulation, and integration of the different multimedia components such as sound, video, pictures, and animation into web pages.

Networking and Telecommunications

IT301341, Networking and Telecommunications, (3,IT301221):- This course provides an introduction to computer networking and telecommunications. The course is designed to emphasize fundamental concepts and principles with hands-on labs to let students develop a sound understanding of the bases underlying communications and networking. The students will also have an appreciation for the current issues and forces driving the industry.

Semester 4 – Year 2

Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
IT301401 Database Management 3 IT300301
IT301431 E-Commerce Development 3 IT301331
SSCI170101 Introduction to Psychology 3
MATH130102 Introduction to Statistics 3
  IT Core Elective 1 3
Total Credit Hours 15  

Database Management

IT301401, Database Management, (3, IT300301):- This course is an introduction to the database management systems and will provide a comprehensive foundation for designing, building, and working with relational databases. The course will focus on implementation, environment, database architectures, database system life cycle, and security and administration of databases. Progressively, the course will discuss entity-relationship modeling which will be enhanced with normalization in order to eliminate or reduce anomalies in the design. The course will also discuss manipulation of databases using Structured Query Language (SQL). Finally, legal and ethical issues are discussed.

 

Introduction to Psychology

SSCI170101, Introduction to Psychology, (3):- This course provides a general introduction to Psychology—its basic subject matter, its approaches to gathering and evaluating evidence about the causes of behavior, and the means psychological knowledge is (or can be) applied to improve the quality of individual and communal life.

Introduction to Statistics

MATH130102, Introduction to Statistics, (3):- This course provides an overview of a statistics addressing: discrete populations, samples, organization of data, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, estimations, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression analysis.

Semester 5 – Year 3

Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
IT300501 Management Information System II 3 IT300201
IT300521 Computer Organization and Architecture 3 IT301221
IT301511 Data Structures 3 IT300212, IT301311
IT301531 Human-Computer Interaction 3 IT 300301, IT301331
IT301551 Information Security 3 IT301341
Total Credit Hours 15

Management Information Systems II

IT300501, Management Information System II, (3, IT300201):- This course discusses in detail the concepts of design, implementation, control, evaluation, and strategic use modern computer-based information systems used in business data processing, office Automation, information reporting, and decision making.

Computer Organization and Architecture

IT300521, Computer Organization and Architecture, (3, IT301221):- This course provides a broad introduction to computer organization and architecture. The course will explain students the internal functionality and architectural features of computer systems. Topics include basic processor components, Boolean algebra, digital logic, internal memory, external memory, input/output, low-level machine instructions and addressing mode, computer arithmetic, operating system support to system architecture, RISC architecture, and various forms of parallelism.

Data Structure

IT301511, Data Structures, (3, IT300212, IT301311):- This course provides an introduction to data structures and algorithms. Since data structures are used almost in every program, it is important to provide an overview of these structures. The course will cover abstract data types (ADT), design and implementation of data structures and algorithms, and applications of data structures. Among the specific data structures covered are stacks, queues, linked lists, trees, and graphs. Recursion will also be covered. Finally, visualization of data structures is presented.

Human-Computer Interaction

IT301531, Human-Computer Interaction, (3, IT 300301, IT301331):- The subject examines the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and the major phenomena surrounding them. Also considered are joint performance of tasks by humans and machines, structure of human machine communication, social and organizational interactions with machine design, human capabilities to use machines, engineering concerns that arise in designing interfaces, the process of design specification, design tradeoffs and interface implementation. The students will be introduced to behavioural research methods and techniques used in evaluating user needs and the usability of the interactive system. They will be given the essential theoretical background to approaches, methods and techniques followed by practical experience in conducting deferent types of usability evaluations.

Information Security

IT301551, Information Security, (3, IT301341):- This course describes security threats and explains how one can keep information and computers safe. The material covered in this course provides the broad-based knowledge and skills necessary to prepare students for further study in specialized security fields, or may be used by those interested in a general introduction to the field. This course is also intended to serve the needs of those seeking to pass the Computing Technology Industry Association’s (CompTIA) Security+ certification.  The course covers basic cryptographic techniques and public key infrastructure (PKI) security techniques, secure communication over the Internet, implementation of wireless networks security, intrusion detection systems, and identification of malicious software, risk management, and computer forensics.

Semester 6 – Year 3

Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
SSCI170103 Ethics and Citizenship Rights 3
IT300601 IT Project Management 3 IT300301
IT301621 Operating Systems 3 IT300521
IT301651 IT Forensics 3 IT301551
BUS400202 Principles of Financial Accounting  I 3 MATH130101
General Education Elective 3
Total Credit Hours 18

Ethics and Citizens Rights

SSCI170103, Ethics and Citizenship Rights, (3):- This course is designed to familiarize the students with the major moral theories and practice of ethics from the worldview perspective. It introduces students to the ethical theory to apply them to specific classic and contemporary moral problems such as lying, cheating, and establishing ethical business practices, honoring ethical obligations that constitute the basic fabric of everyday moral life cutting across the public and private lives.

IT Project Management

IT300601, IT Project Management, (3, IT300301):- This course provides introduction to the contemporary IT project management methods. It will give students an understanding of the most common processes, tools, techniques, and theories that are required to successfully manage an IT project. Topics include: project integration management, project time management, project scope management, project quality management, project human resource management, project communications management, project risk management, project procurement management, project initiation, project planning, project execution, project control and project closing. This course will also encourage students to prepare for Project Management Institute (PMI) certification.

Operating System

IT301621, Operating Systems, (3, IT300521):- This course provides fundamentals concepts in the design of modern operating systems. Students will study the major features of operating systems such as processes, threads, synchronization, resolving deadlocks, uniprocessing and multiprocessing, I/O management and disk scheduling, real and virtual memory management, file management, and clustering. The lab component of the course is devoted to teach Linux installation and configuration, commands, editing, scripting, and shell programming. The students will also work with Gnome and KDE desktop environments.

IT Forensics

IT301651, IT Forensics, (3, IT301551):- This course is an introduction to computer forensics that reflects the need for conducting professional computing investigations. Students will explore general computer investigations, security issues with operating systems, setup and maintenance of a computer forensics lab, use of computer forensics tools, digital evidence controls, data acquisition and analysis, e-mail investigations, and the preparation of investigation reports.

Principles of Financial Accounting 1

BUS400202, Principles of Financial Accounting  I, (3, MATH130101):- An introduction to accounting principles including: measurement, evaluation and accumulation of accounting data. Financial accounting is concerned with providing information to the different users (External and Internal). The course covers the accounting cycle, adjustments, merchandising operations, and preparation of financial statements. Emphasis is placed on the preparation of the financial statements in formats appropriate for use in decision-making process.

Semester 7 – Year 4

Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
IT301731 Multimedia Systems 3 IT301221, IT301331
IT310743 Communications Technology 3 IT301341
IT311741 Advanced Networking 3 IT301341
IT311742 Network and System Administration 3 IT301621
IT312790 Capstone Project – Network and Security 6 90 Credit Hours
Total Credit Hours 18  

Multimedia Systems

IT301731, Multimedia Systems, (3, IT301221, IT301331):- This course discusses concepts, models, techniques and inside working of multimedia systems. The course will bring together different aspects of a modern multimedia system from data acquisition to multimedia databases. Progressively, the course will discuss media representation and formats, color theory and management, data compression techniques, multimedia networking, and digital rights. The course will also provide up-to-date coverage of present issues in multimedia, including MPEG-4 and MPEG-21.

Communications Technology

IT310743, Communications Technology, (3, IT301341):- This course provides an in-depth analysis of the field of electronic communication technology. The course provides detailed treatment of various modulation/demodulation techniques in communications, modems, protocols, antennas and wave propagation, etc. The course will also provide current and accurate coverage of the latest communication technologies including cellular telephone systems, satellite communications, and optical fibre communication.

Advanced Networking

IT311741, Advanced Networking, (3, IT301341):- This advanced networking course is designed to provide students a comprehensive treatment of TCP/IP suite of protocols with routing and switching. The course will familiarize students with the equipment, applications, and protocols installed in enterprise networks. Lab component of the course includes configuration, installation, and troubleshooting of routers and switches and implementing various TCP/IP application and support services, such as DNS and DHCP.

Network and System Administration

IT311742, Network and System Administration, (3, IT301621):- This hands-on course provides pertinent principles and best practices for system and network administration. The course is augmented with Windows Server 2008 Labs that will give students the perfect combination of both theory and practical. The course also discusses non-technical issues in system and network administration such as how to run an effective helpdesk, or deal with non-technical management. The course is a foundation from which the students can apply their technical know-how plus hands-on experience on Windows Server 2008 effectively in their workplaces.

Semester 8 – Year 4

Course Code Course Name CH Pre-requisite
HUM160102 Introduction to Humanities 3
IT311841 Wireless Networking 3 IT310743, IT311741
IT311842 Network Design and Management 3 IT311741
IT311851 Network Security 3 IT311741, IT301551
  IT Core Elective 2 3
Total Credit Hours 15  

Introduction to Humanities

HUM160102, Introduction to Humanities, (3):- Introduction to Humanities focuses on the study and appreciation of major forms of artistic expression- visual and performing arts, literature, music and religion of various world cultures. The course explores artistic heritage, values, philosophies and ideas expressed through a historical perspective from the ancient, middle, to the modern periods.

Wireless Networking

IT311841, Wireless Networking, (3, IT310743, IT311741):- This course explores the field of wireless networking in a greater depth. The course deals with the fundamental principles of wireless networks, in particular, on the protocols and architectures of existing and emerging wireless networks. The course will treat wireless networks, such as LAN, MAN, and PAN both from design and implementation perspectives. The course also discusses 4G systems and mobile IPV6. Through assignments, labs, and project, the students will learn the key design issues in wireless networks.

Network Design and Management

IT311842, Network Design and Management, (3, IT311741):- This course teaches network design methodology based on structured systems analysis techniques. The course describes a systematic approach that leads to designing enterprise networks that are reliable, secure, and manageable. The students will learn to analyse business and technical requirements, examine traffic flow and QoS requirements, and select protocols and technologies based on performance goals. The students will also develop an understanding of network performance factors such as network utilization, throughput, accuracy, efficiency, and delay.

Network Security

IT311851, Network Security, (3, IT311741, IT301551):- This course discusses advanced concepts in information and network security. The course is designed to provide students with the fundamental skills needed to analyze the security threats against an enterprise network, and to develop strategies that will protect an organization’s information repository. The course covers the information protection techniques deployed in enterprise networks such as VPNs, firewalls, biometrics, and content filtering.

Job Opportunities and Career Pathway

 

BIT in Networking and Security graduates can be employed as:

  • System administrators
  • Support technicians
  • Computer Network Analyst
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Cybersecurity Intelligence Analyst
  • Digital Forensic Examiner
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Security Administrator
  • Security Specialist
  • Systems Security Analyst
  • Developers and programmers who uses software and hardware to design, process, implement and mage information systems such as security, database services, healthcare information management and any other technical path related to the program

Dr. Mulhim Al Doori

Professor / College Dean

College of Information Technology

eMail: maldoori@uof.ac.ae

Phone: 09-2244499 local 300

Dr. Bassem Mohmoud Ali Mokhar

Assistant Professor

College of Information Technology

eMail: Bassem@uof.ac.ae

Phone: 092244499 local 302

Dr. James Carmichael

Associate Professor

College of Information Technology

eMail: James@uof.ac.ae

Phone: 092244499 local 301

Dr. Tahseen Al Doori

Associate Professor

College of Information Technology

eMail: Tahseen@uof.ac.ae

Phone: 092244499 local 303