Jul 16, 2018  
2017/2018 
    
2017/2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CIS 101 - Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems


This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of computer information systems through a comprehensive study of the development, history, growth, and application of the computer as a tool of information systems. The student will gain a functional understanding of computer hardware, systems software, storage devices, telecommunications, database theory and applications, operating systems, programming languages, software development, systems analysis and design, and management information systems. Issues of computer security, Internet, and ethics will be stressed throughout the course. The student will be provided with a balance of real-world applications and technical information of information systems. The student will participate in introductory computer laboratory exercises emphasizing word processing and electronic spreadsheet.

3 Semester hour(s)
Lecture/Lab Hours
3 lec/week



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