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CAOT-112

Keyboarding I

Credit(s): 1

CAOT-112 provides introductory development of basic keyboarding skills. It proceeds from basic alphabetic keyboarding through numeric and symbolic keyboarding. Emphasis is placed on developing touch control of the keyboard using proper keyboarding techniques and building speed and accuracy. This is an important course for those who want to learn to key by touch and is especially useful for word processing. Prior completion of other courses is not required. Enrollment in this course is restricted to professional-technical students who are declared majors in a program for which it is required (see program requirements in current catalog).

CAOT-113

Keyboarding II

Credit(s): 1

CAOT-113 is a continuation of CAOT-112. Emphasis is placed on improving keystroke efficiency and on reinforcing and building keying speed and accuracy. Enrollment in this course is restricted to professional-technical students who are declared majors in a program for which it is required (see program requirements in current catalog). Prerequisite: Complete CAOT-112 with a minimum grade of C-. Students may enroll and complete these courses during the same semester.

CAPS-112

Keyboarding I

Credit(s): 1

This course provides introductory development of basic keyboarding skills. It proceeds from basic alphabetic keyboarding through numeric and symbolic keyboarding. Emphasis is placed on developing touch control of the keyboard using proper keyboarding techniques and building speed and accuracy. This is an important course for those who want to learn to key by touch and is especially useful for word processing. Prior completion of other courses is not required. Same course as CAOT-112. Students majoring in the following should take CAOT-112: Administrative Assistant, Computer Applications, Legal Administrative Assistant, Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Billing Specialist, Medical Office Transcriptionist/Pre-Health Information Technology, Medical Receptionist, Medical Transcriptionist, Office Specialist/Receptionist, Paralegal, Virtual Administrative Assistant.

CAPS-113

Keyboarding II

Credit(s): 1

CAPS-113 is a continuation of CAPS-112. Emphasis is placed on improving keystroke efficiency and on reinforcing and building keying speed and accuracy. Same course as CAOT-113. Students majoring in the following should take CAOT-113: Administrative Assistant, Computer Applications, Legal Administrative Assistant, Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Billing Specialist, Medical Office Transcriptionist/Pre-Health Information Technology, Medical Receptionist, Medical Transcriptionist, Office Specialist/Receptionist, Paralegal, Virtual Administrative Assistant. Prerequisite: CAPS-112 with a minimum grade of C-. Students may enroll and complete these courses during the same semester.