CMP-106 - Computer Basics: Concepts & Applications

3 credits

This course covers the most important computer literacy topics including a fundamental understanding of computer hardware (input, output, processing, and storage), and software (systems, applications, and productivity); using operating systems and common program functions; a practical study of the Internet (e-mail, Internet search techniques; resource evaluation and citations); a practical study of common productivity software (word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation); and an understanding of the implications and effects of computers in our social order.

Corequisite(s): OIT-100 

Previously known as: CMPA-160