CPS-111 - Business Computer Systems

This course presents an overview of computer concepts and information systems and an introduction to the most common microcomputer tools required for use in business and technological careers. Students will learn key topics including the system development life cycle; defining and categorizing operating systems; computer hardware and software; files and data storage options; computer architecture and security; accessing the Internet; using the Web; and understanding digital media. Applications include spreadsheets, word processing and file management. Students will also learn about current trends in computers and careers. Lecture two hours and laboratory three hours per week.
Academic Level
Credit
Subject
Computer Science
Department
Arts & Sciences Administration
Credits
3
Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
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