Business Mirco Application
This course is designed to provide students with activities that will assist them in developing the computer-related skills and understandings necessary for occupational as well as personal achievement in the operation of micro-computers and software packages. They will be provided with various learning activities to help them identify and achieve competencies necessary for on-the-job performance in the areas of word processing, spreadsheet and database in order to pursue a career in today's work environment. Upon completion the student should be able to demonstrate an understanding of, and be able to use, the microcomputer and its related software packages. Microsoft Office user specialist testing can be trained for using a skills assessment manager and an on-line tutorial manager.
Managing Your Hardware
This course provides a thorough, step-by-step approach in dealing with the fundamentals of installing, upgrading, networking, troubleshooting, and maintaining personal computers .
Object Oriented with C++
This course introduces the fundamental principles and technology of object-oriented programming, with emphasis on the C++ programming language. Topics include data abstraction, information hiding, encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism, templates, exceptions, and object-oriented considerations for design and reuse .
A basic introduction to Calculus and Linear Algebra. The goal is to make students mathematically literate in preparation for studying a scientific/engineering discipline. Computers are an invaluable tool for doing and understanding mathematics. This course shows how to use a modern mathematical software package to investigate various mathematical topics and teaches some basic programming skills.
Introduction to Information Technology
Understanding of information technology, how computers are used in the workplace, how communications systems can help boost productivity, and how the World Wide Web can influence the workplace. Using a computer and the Internet, you will learn about information technology and online conferencing by interacting with other students and your course tutor.
Human Communications & Information Skills
Introduction to the theories, research, and skills in interpersonal communication, small group and public communication; the end result is an improvement in your skills as effective communicators in today's society. It will also involve fundamental concepts in speech communication, technical communication, electronic media, and public relations. Students will develop essential skills, including the basic strategies and technologies used for information access, retrieval, and processing. The course will also introduce students to basic academic expectations of the communication program and faculty
This course studies the structure of a generic operating system, considering in detail the algorithms for interprocess communication, process scheduling, resource management, memory management, file systems, and device management. Topics in security may also be examined. Examples from pertinent operating systems are presented throughout, and use of the algorithms in modern operating systems is examined. Substantial practical work, using the UNIX operating system, is required.
Computer Graphics I is a study of the hardware and software principles of interactive raster graphics. Topics include an introduction to the basic concepts, 2-D and 3-D modeling and transformations, viewing transformations, projections, rendering techniques, graphical software packages and graphics systems. Students will use a standard computer graphics API to reinforce concepts and study fundamental computer graphics algorithms.