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Alexandria Technical and Community College

ITEC 1430 - Introduction to Computers - 3 credits
This course introduces the components of a personal computer, computer terminology, the internet, email, and the creation of documents, presentations, worksheets, and databases through hands-on experience with the Microsoft Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook). This course is designed as a general education course for all learners, regardless of their career choice. This course enhances the learner's knowledge and understanding of computers and their awareness of how computers impact their lives. Required software: Windows 7 or higher and Microsoft Office Professional 2016. Prerequisite: Keyboard proficiency is recommended.
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Minnesota West Community and Technical College

CSCI 1102 - Introduction to Microcomputers - 3 credits
Provides an overview of computer information processing with the primary emphasis on the microcomputer. Students learn and apply the basic elements of word processing, spreadsheets, and document integration. Also introduces the basic concepts of graphics, telecommunications, the Internet and computer programming. Prerequisite: CSCI 1100 or prior keyboarding experience or placement by multiple measures.
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Normandale Community College

CIM 1201 - Information Technology Concepts and Business Software 1 - 3 credits

This class is designed to give students the tools to exceed the minimum expectations of employers. The course includes computer concepts and computer application software. The students will learn computer concepts of how computers operate, how they are used in industry, and how they improve communications. They will learn computer hardware, software and development, personal productivity software, data communications, the World Wide Web and e-mail, the social challenge, and career options. The students will learn computer application software using document production in word processing, spreadsheets, and database management. Students will create text-based documents to include letters, research reports in MLA and APA formatting with citations, one-page brochure with clip art, page and section breaks, reviewing/tracking features, and creating a resume as a web page; use the formula features, charting, functions, pivot tables and goal seeking for spreadsheets; and use the database features to create tables and reports, import data from Excel, set validation rules, and establish referential integrity of data including sorting and querying to gain skills to use in other courses or in the workplace. Prerequisites: Placement in Read 0960 and ENGC 0900 or higher. Recommended: Prior skills of keyboarding and proofreading.
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North Hennepin Community College

CSCI 1000 - Computer Basics - 3 credits
The students will get hands-on experience with an operating environment (the current version of Microsoft Windows) and Windows-based applications which include spreadsheets, word processors and presentation packages. The course enables students to use computers to process information and communicate using e-mail and World Wide Web.
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Saint Paul College

BTEC 1421 - Business Information Applications 1 - 3 credits

This is the first course in a series that teaches students how to use Microsoft Office software applications. Software covered includes Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. By the end of this course, students will be skilled in the basic features of Microsoft Office. Students will create common business documents including letters, reports, tables, newsletters, Excel worksheets, Access databases, and PowerPoint graphic presentations. This course, BTEC 1423 Business Information Applications 2 and BTEC 2506 Business Information Applications 3, prepare the student for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification exams. (Prerequisite(s): Knowledge of computers) 3C/0/3/0
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South Central College

OTEC 1001 - Computer Software for College - 2 credits
This course covers basic information about computer hardware and software and the use of computer software as a business productivity tool. Students will be given introductory training on a Windows operating system and the common business applications of word processing, spreadsheets, database, and presentation graphics. This course is designed to equip the student with knowledge of hardware and software applications. This course will cover the business application software that will be used in more advanced courses. (Prerequisites: Basic computer skills or Computer Basic class; mouse proficiency, keyboarding skill of 25 words per minute)
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St. Cloud Technical and Community College

CPTR 1210 - Introduction to Computers - 3 credits
Students in this course will learn and demonstrate a strong proficiency in all components of the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) by creating documents, worksheets, databases, and presentations. Students will also gain hands on experience with the most recent Microsoft Windows operating system. In addition, students will gain an understanding of the components of a computer, computer terminology, the internet, networks, security, and privacy. Keyboarding proficiency is recommended for any student entering this course. Student Learning Outcomes: * Demonstrate an understanding of computer hardware, software and terminology. * Employ proper file management skills for local, networked and removable storage devices * Use skills needed to work in the Windows environment. * Explore the internet, World Wide Web and the potential security and privacy issues associated with their usage. * Acquire an appreciation of the moral and social implications of computer technology. * Create professional documents using word processing to include use of appropriate referencing, citations, tables, building blocks, special formatting. * Create professional and informational slide shows using presentation software. * Use worksheets to process, manipulate, and display numeric data in a meaningful manner through the use of special functions, charts, and graphs. * Demonstrate the ability to plan and create basic databases with an emphasis on efficient data access and retrieval using database software. * Mobilize information by integrating content between word processing, spreadsheet, databases and presentation software.
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