(Cis) Computer Information Systems Courses


(1 credit)  CIS 105 - Excel Basics
Prerequisites: ENG 033, MAT 037
Learn how to increase productivity by designing and organizing worksheets to solve problems. Students acquire a working knowledge of Excel with emphasis on formulas, charts, data analysis, printing, managing large worksheets, and integrating Excel charts and worksheets into Word documents and PowerPoint presentations. 1 lecture / 1 laboratory hours

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(3 credits)  CIS 112 - Introduction to PC Business Applications
Prerequisite: OST 111 or equivalent proficiency
Students become proficient in use of Microsoft Office -- including Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint -- to complete practical business projects. 2 lecture / 2 laboratory hours

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(3 credits)  CIS 173 - PC Applications: Database
Prerequisite: IST 101 or equivalent proficiency
Students acquire a working knowledge of Access, a relational database, with emphasis on creating tables, queries, reports, and forms. 2 lecture / 2 laboratory hours

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(3 credits)  CIS 175 - PC Applications: Spreadsheets
Prerequisite: IST 101 or equivalent proficiency
Students acquire a working knowledge of Excel with emphasis on formulas, charts, and managing worksheets and lists. 2 lecture / 2 laboratory hours

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(3 credits)  CIS 280 - PC Applications: Project Management
Prerequisite: IST 209
Explores frequently used tools for project management. Addresses usage of a major software package to build project plans complete with tasks and resources, to format project reports, to track actual work against the plan, and to take corrective action when things get off track. 2 lecture / 2 laboratory hours

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