Computers

CCTR 100 1-200 Hours Business/Computer Skills Lab

Enjoy free, flexible scheduling for a variety of courses: Office Keyboarding, Data Entry, 10-Key, Typing/Keyboarding for Speed and Accuracy, Windows XP, MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint), Intro to Internet and World Wide Web, internet access and free email! (Apportionment)

COMP 100 36 Hours Introduction to Computers

Designed for those who know nothing or very little about computers. Builds computer technology understanding, makes one a better consumer of computers and products, and explores operation systems, software and hardware. Provides foundation for other SCE computer classes. (Apportionment)

COMP 105 36 Hours Discover the Internet

A hands-on overview of Internet concepts, Web browsing using Internet Explorer; email, newsgroups, FTP, netiquette, security issues, research, and more. Hands-on including on-line browsing. Recommended proficiency in: Introduction to Computers or equivalent. (Apportionment)

COMP 119 24 Hours Adobe Photoshop Elements

Advisory: Knowledge of Windows.

Utilize photo editing software to enhance graphic design capabilities. This class introduces tools used by professional designers in an easy to use, powerful, digital- image editing program. Textbook may be required. (Apportionment)

COMP 121 24 Hours Digital Photo Albums for Beginners

Advisory: MS 104 Introduction to Windows Operating Systems and COMP 105 Discover the Internet.

Learn how to import photos from various sources; organize and manage photos; perform basic editing functions of photos email photos and share albums; create slide shows and video CDs; and create cards, calendars, albums, and a photo book. Textbook may be required. (Apportionment)

COMP 645 44 Hours Integrated Computer Projects

Designed for those who want to apply the knowledge they have gained from previous computer classes. See how those skills can be put to work in real world simulations! Capstone course for students who have already learned the basics of computer usage. Recommended proficiency in: Introduction to Computers, Discover the Internet, MS Office Overview or equivalent. (Apportionment)

COMP 650 36 Hours QuickBooks Fundamentals for the Financial Office Applications

Teaches students the basics of using the QuickBooks software to develop customized financial application for business. The course covers special techniques for reducing data entry time, eliminating errors and getting consistent results. Upon completion students will understand the basics of QuickBooks to simplify financial tasks. (Apportionment)

COMP 655 18 Hours MS Word Fundamentals for the Financial Office Applications

This brief course covers the essentials to creating simple documents with Microsoft Word in a financial office enviroment. An excellent course for beginners or those who need to know the basic. In-class projects will include memos, lists, letters, resumes and signs. letters, resumes and signs. (Apportionment)

COMP 660 18 Hours MS Excel Fundamentals for the Financial Office Applications

This brief course covers the essentials to creating simple spreadsheets with Microsoft Excel in a financial office environment. An excellent course for beginners or those who need to know the basic. In-class projects will include an address list, budget, and inventory tracking sheet. (Apportionment)

COMP 665 18 Hours MS Powerpoint Fundamentals for the Financial Office Applications

This brief course covers the essentials to creating simple presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint in a financial office environment. An excellent course for beginners or those who need to know the basics. Topics will include animations, transitions and slide shows. Learn how to create a professional-looking slide show without designing each slide from scratch! (Apportionment)

COMP 670 36 Hours Create PDF's with Adobe Acrobat

Learn the standard for sharing documents online! Create PDF files using Adobe Acrobat. Protect documents, create forms, and combine multiple files with Adobe Acrobat. (Apportionment)

COMP 675 36 Hours Digital Scrapbooking

Advisory: Knowledge of Windows and Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.

Scrapbooking is a 2.5 billion dollar industry in the United States. Computerized graphic design is dramatically transforming the industry. Digital scrapbooking skills are important for anyone working in the graphic design field. Learn the design essentials of professional digital scrapbooks, hardware and software requirements, and the creation of graphic elements. (Apportionment)

COMP 705 24 Hours Digital Photo Restoration and Portrait Makeovers

knowledge of Windows For photographers and scrapbookers who want to advance their skills to repair old photos and touch up portraits. Topics include repairing scratches and tears on old photos; fixing hair, teeth, skin, red eyes, and blemishes; enhancing photos; combining images; creating backgrounds and frames; and selecting photo papers. Textbook Required. (Apportionment)

MS 104 36 Hours Introduction to Windows Operating Systems

Learn the newest Windows operating system; includes desktop and file management, security, adding hardware and software, personalizing Windows XP, making connections and communicating with other people. (Apportionment)

MS 105 36 Hours Introduction to Excel

Advisory: Knowledge of Windows.

Provides a basic working knowledge of this popular spreadsheet program. Covers topics such as formulas, functions, and charting. (Apportionment)

MS 106 36 Hours Introduction to Access

Advisory: COMP 100 Introduction to Computers, MS 104 Introduction to Windows or equivalent.

Design databases using this popular software package. Includes creating tables, forms, reports and labels. Textbook Required. (Apportionment)

MS 107 36 Hours Intermediate Access

Advisory: MS 106 Introduction to Access.

Learn how to build and modify advanced tables, forms and reports. Develop proficiency in use of encrypting database files, defining relationships and defining queries. Text/disk required. Recommended proficiency in: Introduction to Computers, Introduction to Windows, Introduction to Access or equivalent. (Apportionment)

MS 119 36 Hours Introduction to PowerPoint

Learn how to create on-screen presentations using text, graphics, sound effects and movies. (Apportionment)

MS 134 36 Hours Intermediate Word

Advisory: Introduction to Computers, Introduction to Windows, Introduction to Word or equivalent.

This continuing course covers features such as mail merging, styles and templates, large documents and WordArt. Textbook purchase may be required at first class. (Apportionment)

MS 143 36 Hours Introduction to Publisher

Advisory: Recommended proficiency in COMP 100 Introduction to Computers and MS 104 Introduction to Windows.

Provides a basic working knowledge of this popular desktop publishing program. Covers topics such as flyers, newsletters, and business cards. (Apportionment)

MS 144 36 Hours Introduction to Word

Introduction to Windows or equivalent. Provides a basic working knowledge of Word. Covers topics such as formatting with fonts, paragraph alignment, indents, margins, inserting clip art bullets and numbering, columns and tables. (Apportionment)

MS 156 18 Hours Computer Bytes

This course covers various topics for Microsoft Windows on how to buy or upgrade a computer, buy and use a digital camera, use a scanner, create a slide show, and set up a home wireless network safely. (Apportionment)

MS 160 36 Hours MS Office - Overview

Learn the basics of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access in one class. Topics include document formatting, working with graphics, basic formulas, queries and reports. This class serves as a foundation for other MS Office Courses. (Apportionment)

MS 165 36 Hours MS Excel - Power-User Skills

Advisory: MS 105 Introduction of Excel or equivalent.

This course is for people who are comfortable using MS Excel and who want to develop "power skills". Topics include computational techniques (defining names, nested IF functions, summarizing data), using Excel's database tools (tables, database operations, lookup functions), and expert skills (conditional formatting, macros). Also covered are advanced formatting techniques and shortcuts for accelerating productivity. (Apportionment)