CS 1308 - Computer Literacy and the Internet

Course Description:

A study of the uses of computers and their effects on society. Text processing, spreadsheets, databases, and Web programming. Does not count for computer science credits toward a minor, or a BS or a BA in computer science.

Prerequisite:

None.

Course Objectives:

1.

The student should leave the class with a basic working knowledge of operating systems and the Windows operating environment. The student should be able to compare/contrast.

2.

The student should leave the class with a basic working knowledge of a word processor, a spreadsheet program with database applications, and power point presentations.

3.

The student should leave the class with a basic working knowledge of communications software including electronic mail and newsgroups.

Course Notes:

COSC 1300

Section Info:

Lecture/Lab Hours: 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab
Offered: Very frequently (typically every semester)