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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ITC 117
Title Microcomputers in the Professions
Credits 3.0

Description

This course is an overview of information processing that is applicable to all career areas, with consideration of societal trends and issues arising from the use of computers. With general computer concepts as a foundation, a major focus will be to increase the students' personal and professional productivity through the use of various business-orientated software applications. Topics to be covered include: operating systems, spreadsheets, database management, word processing, graphics, and telecommunications. Three lecture hours per week. This course satisfies the Computer Literacy core requirement.