COMP 120: Introduction to Computer Applications

This course, intended for non-science majors, offers a hands-on introduction to the development, functions, and applications of computers. It includes weekly lab assignments.

Alias

Math 149

Credit Hours

3

Prerequisites

MATH 100: Intermediate Algebra or equivalent

Description

This course, intended for non-science majors, offers a hands-on introduction to the development, functions, and applications of computers. Topics include e-mail, exploring the Internet, spreadsheets, word processing, database, desktop software, statistical packages, and programming. Uses of computing technology in business and the arts. We also review ethical, security, and privacy issues as they relate to computers and the world today. There are also weekly lab assignments in this course.

Outcome

Experience with Internet tools, desktop publishing, spreadsheets, databases, statistical packages, and some programming, and with applications to business and the arts; an understanding of ethical, security, and privacy issues relating to computers and the Internet.

Syllabi

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