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BUSA-100

Introduction to Computers

Credit(s): 3

BUSA-100 is the study of computer systems and applications. This course includes computer terminology, an introduction to computer hardware, application and system software, and Internet concepts. It also includes societal issues and concerns of security, privacy, computer crime, and viruses. This course is required for the Business Administration, Business Education, and Accounting Assistant programs. It meets the computer science requirement for the A.A. degree. Lecture: 3 hours per week

CAOT-102

Introduction to Computers for Seniors II

Credit(s): 1

This course covers intermediate understanding and use of the computer for word processing and spreadsheets and beginning presentations. This class will include a further understanding of text and graphics in Word, and understanding and using formulas and functions in Excel, and using PowerPoint templates and customizing slide shows. A hands-on class using real-world applications and uses, it is a valuable course for those who want to gain intermediate knowledge of technology. Recommended: CAOT-101