BKEY 0903 - Keyboarding
Keyboarding is a developmental course for college that introduces students to the keyboard and principle components of using a word processing application on the microcomputer. Emphasis is on the development of typing using the touch typing method through typing letters, classroom assignments and term papers. The student text, combined with the program’s interactive software, helps a student build strong keyboarding and document processing skills, while introducing the student to numerous software commands and techniques. This course uses individualized learning for the preparation of assignments, and is not for students who have received credits for a similar course. Lab fee required, may not take if student completed CIS 015 (NMMI high school course).
This course is a developmental course and will not be used for graduation requirements. This course may be used for residency and eligibility requirements, but not the 60.0 hour graduation requirement.
It is a self-paced course. Lab fee required. May not take (repeat) if completed CIS 015 (high school course). May not be used for graduation requirements.
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