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Computer Courses

The following non-credit computer courses are available through the Center for Workforce Development Skills Learning Lab.

Word Processing Applications 2013 Level 1

Word Processing Applications 2013 Level I focuses on basic word processing features used in creating, editing, saving, and retrieving business documents.  Practical business applications involving creating and correctly formatting business documents, completing projects, and solving problems will be covered.

Word Processing Applications 2013 Level II

Word Processing Applications 2013 Level II is a continuation of Word Processing Application I and is designed to provide students with an advanced knowledge of word processing skills.

Spreadsheet Applications 2013 Level I

Spreadsheet Applications I introduces spreadsheet functions and applications.  Students will learn how to designing, creating, manipulating, calculating, and presenting data.  Students will utilize critical thinking skills and apply spreadsheet techniques in developing information for business applications. Students who complete this course will be ready and prepared to Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam.

Spreadsheet Applications 2013 Level II

Spreadsheet Applications II is a continuation of Spreadsheet Applications I and is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge of formatting te4chniques, spreadsheet functions, analysis tools, and management techniques.  Students who complete this course will be ready and prepared to Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam.

Electronic Presentations 2013

Electronic Presentations focuses on PowerPoint software, including designing and creating a presentation, adding visual and audio elements, creating output, and presenting information. Students who complete this course will be ready and prepared to Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam.

Database Applications 2013 Level I

Teaches the creation of database and introduces the application of database capabilities for information management and data manipulation.  Students will learn how to design, create, manipulate, extract, and present data.

Database Applications 2013 Level II

Database Applications Level II is a continuation of Database I and is designed to provide students with advanced skills in database design and creation, data extraction and presentation, database relationships, and data interconnectivity.  Students who complete this course will be ready and prepared to Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam.

Computer Basics

This course provides a fundamental understanding of computing including knowledge and use of computer hardware, software, and operating systems.  The course will cover basic use and common features of applications (word processing, spreadsheet, electronic presentations and database) including internet use and e-mail.