Undergraduate Degrees, Majors and Concentrations

CI212 - Principles Of Info/Computing
Fall 1997

This course provides the student with a foundation in computer literacy and addresses the importance of information technology to modern society. The concepts addressed include: common information systems terminology; computer and data security issues; legal and ethical considerations related to the use of computers, data, and software; and an overview of personal computers, operating systems, data communications, common microcomputer software packages, and programming languages. Discussion of hardware and software is supplemented with hands-on experience with personal computer operating system commands (such as MS-DOS), with graphical user interfaces (such as Windows), and in designing and writing simple programs using popular microcomputer software to support organizational problem-solving and decision-making processes. Software proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet is required.
3 Credits

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