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CIS 100 USING THE INTERNET

1 Credits, 1 Contacts
This course will discuss topics giving students a general understanding of the Internet and its most used applications. The course will focus on the physical and logical makeup of the Internet and World Wide Web. In addition, e-mail management, browser usage, search engine strategies, and online security will be discussed.
 
Prerequisite: None

Jul 24, 2016|

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CIS 101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND SOFTWARE

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
A survey course on computer concepts and applications associated with the current generation of computer technology. Students will study terminology as it applies to computers, networks, operating systems, and internet usage. This course includes a hands-on component where students will work with current productivity software such as Microsoft’s Word, Excel, and […]

Jul 23, 2016|

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CIS 102 CISCO I

3 Credits, 3 Contacts […]

Jul 22, 2016|

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CIS 103 CISCO II

3 Credits, 3 Contacts […]

Jul 21, 2016|

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CIS 104 CISCO III

3 Credits, 3 Contacts
This […]

Jul 20, 2016|

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CIS 105 CISCO IV

3 Credits, 3 Contacts
This course discusses the WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in enterprise networks. The course uses the Cisco Network Architecture to introduce integrated network services and explains how to select the appropriate devices and technologies to meet network requirements. Students learn how to implement and configure common data […]

Jul 19, 2016|

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CIS 117 VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING FOR MICROCOMPUTERS

3 Credits, 3 Contacts
This course will introduce the student to the fundamental concepts and structures in event driven programming using Visual Basic. Topics such as algorithm writing, program logic, program development and program execution will be covered with emphasis on GUI design and object-oriented programming (OOP). This course will improve a student’s critical thinking […]

Jul 18, 2016|

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CIS 171 WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEMS UTILITIES

2 Credits, 2 Contacts
After a short review of the overall concepts of Windows, the course will concentrate on the built-in utility and diagnostic programs that enable the user to perform scheduled computer maintenance. Students will study techniques to diagnose, troubleshoot and maintain computers for optimal performance.
 
Prerequisite: CIS 101

Jul 14, 2016|

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CIS 172 LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS

3 Credits, 3 Contacts
This course provides the skills and knowledge necessary to install, configure, and administer Linux desktop operating systems. This course introduces students to the basic skills used by all Linux distributions. Specifically, the course covers the objectives outlined by CompTIA® for its Linux+ exam and certification.
 
Prerequisite: CIS 101 or permission from instructor […]

Jul 13, 2016|

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CIS 200 CONFIGURING WINDOWS DESKTOPS

3 Credits, 4 Contacts
This course covers […]

Jul 12, 2016|

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