CCS117 Computer Fundamentals

Credits: 4

This is an introductory course in computer science that focuses on the microcomputer, commonly called the PC (Personal Computer). You will be introduced to the history and basic architecture of the PC, and will learn how a microcomputer system works. The operation of the personal computer is covered, including input, data processing, output and secondary storage. You will be exposed to several software applications such as database, word processing and spreadsheet software. This course will develop and improve your personal computer skills. It is primarily a lecture and demonstration format, and you will be required to preform a substantial amount of computer exercises outside of the scheduled class hours.

Prerequisite: None

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