CNIT 13600

Personal Computing Technology and Applications

This course is a superset of CNIT 13500 and provides an intermediate coverage of PC technology and problem solving. Topics include computer hardware, operations and ethics, and operating systems and environments. Students will gain hands-on skills with applications such as desktop and file management; word processing; spreadsheets; presentation graphics; electronic mail; personal information management; and Internet browsing, searching, and publishing. Credit may be established in one of CNIT 13300 or 13500 or 13600 or 13700. Not available for credit to Computer Technology majors.

Credit Hours: 

3

Location: 

Richmond