IT1000 Introduction to Computers

This course will briefly look at the difference between hardware, software, and peripherals, as well as basic Internet skills, and the most important parts of a computer. The major focus of the course will be upon desktop computing and software applications, dealing specifically with learning how to use Microsoft Office Professional 2010. Primary attention will be given to word processing (Word) and presentations (PowerPoint). Some time will be spent on email and campus web applications as well, all of which are integral to a student’s college career. The student will have the opportunity for practical application of concepts learned, whether for ministry, business, or any other professions.

Credit Hours: 
3