Course Director: Dr. David A. Gaitros, Research Associate, Department of Computer Science
CGS 2060 Computer Fluency
3 Credit Hours both Classroom and Web-Based Courses. Not open to students with credit in CGS2100. An introduction to information processing and computer applications. Hands-on experience with microcomputer applications in word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software using current versions of Microsoft's Office Suite. Concepts include an introduction to computers, hardware, software, internet technologies, e-commerce, mobile devices, and security. This course satisifies the University's Computer Skills Competency Requirement.
Use a current computer operating system to run applications and manage files.
Demonstratte skills related to email usage.
Demonstrate skills needed to conduct research using the World Wide Web
Use a current word processor
Use a current spreadsheet applications
Use a current presentation software package
Demonstrate basic knowledge of computer hardware
Demonstrate knowledge of digital technology and its use in today's society
Demonstrate knowledge of modern communications.
Demonstrate knowledge of how computers have affected various disciplines such as science and the arts.
Deomostrate knowledge of computer security and the affects of the technology on society