Sep 22, 2021  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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CIS 017 - Computer Concepts


This course seeks to achieve an understanding and use of computer technology as a survival skill, which includes knowing the role and uses of the Internet and the connection of technology to daily activities at home and the workplace.  Students will build their knowledge of key computer concepts: the Internet and Web, networking, how the computer works, computer systems and applications, and the range of ethical issues that continue to emerge in our global, technology-driven society. Students will recognize the role of critical thinking, leadership, and ethics in making effective decisions.



Credit Hours
.50
Second Title
Computer Literacy
Satisfies a Requirement
Computer Literacy
Area
High School
Designation Abbreviation
(CP)
When Offered
Fall/Spring
Note
Lab fee required. Keyboarding (CIS 015) does not meet this requirement. Sophomores or above.
Prerequisite
ENG 021



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