3 Credit Hours
Corequisite: CIS 114. A review of the history and need for information processing, the basic information processing cycle and functions, the processing capabilities of computers, system development, and program development. Key application areas in business, including word processing, data base management systems, spreadsheets, and web page design will be examined in some depth. The hardware associated with a computer will be discussed and examined. Hands-on use of a microcomputer for at least an introductory acquaintance with each application will be required. Installation of hardware and software will also be covered. This course may not be taken if credit has been received for CIS 111. Cross listed as MIS113.
Discipline: Computer Info Systems
|CIS113-01: Computer Applications and Hardware (Cross-listed with MIS113)||Zimmer, Charles John||Open: -4 / Reg: 23 / Max: 19|
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