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    New Mexico Military Institute
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 General Catalog
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BCIS 1113 - Introduction to Computers and Business Applications


This course seeks to achieve an understanding of the use and importance of information technology to include basic terminology, identifying and using hardware components, application software, operating system software, communication systems and business software (database, spreadsheets and Internet search engines) using current technologies for research, individualized learning and preparation of assignments. Additionally, students will explain important ethical, security and privacy issues in information systems while identifying both the societal and international impacts of information technology. Students will recognize the role of critical thinking, leadership and ethics in making effective business decisions.



Credit Hours
3.0
Second Title
Computer Concepts
Note
Lab fee required. Business elective and will meet HS computer science requirement.



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