CO176

CO176 – Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications

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Course ID
CO176
Department
Computing
Level
Undergraduate
Semester
Fall 2021: Term 1: August 16 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 2: August 16 -October 8, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 3: September 13 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 4: October 12 -December 3, 2021, Fall 2021: Term 5: November 22 -December 17, 2021
Credit
3
Method
Online

CO176 Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications In the Introduction to Computers concepts and applications course, students will learn the most important topics of basic computers skills and the Microsoft Office software. No prior computer experience is assumed. Students are first presented with an overview of computer concepts and the computer system, which include hardware, software, computer ethics, and networking and telecommunications. An introduction to the Windows operating system is covered. Once you are comfortable with the basics of computing and operation systems, we will briefly cover Internet concepts and WWW browsing skills. Next, you will learn the Office 2016 or 365 programs, followed by sets of tutorials that teach the basics of Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Students will “learn by doing” as they complete realistic, step-by-step tutorials and Case problems, at the computer.

Prerequisite: None

Required Text

CO176 Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications is equivalent to

  • Dodge City Community College – CS101  Computer Concepts and Applications
  • Pratt Community College – CSC176 Introduction to Computers
  • Seward County Community College – CS1203 Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications

Please contact your school counselor if you have a question about the equivalency for this course.