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109 Course Descriptions BCA148-C Advanced Spreadsheets 2 The student will become acquainted with additional feature of the Excel spreadsheet program. Topics include templates, macros, data validation, importing external data, pivot charts, and pivot tables. BCA152-A Comprehensive Spreadsheets 3 Concepts of spreadsheets and application in the business world are covered. Introductory topics include creation of spreadsheets, data manipulation, printing, sharing, formatting, use of predefined functions and charts. Advanced topics will include creating macros, filtering, importing and exporting data, and spreadsheet analysis. Application to business situations will be emphasized. Microsoft Excel will be used for this course. Prerequisites-CSC110 Introduction to Computers or consent of the instructor BCA165-C Basic Databases 2 This course teaches the fundamentals of database design and database creation. Students will learn to create databases, query databases, maintain databases using design and update features, create custom reports, forms and combo boxes and create and use a data access page that allows users to access an Access database using the Internet. BCA191-C Computer Applications 2 This course is designed specifically for the student with little or no computer literacy. Emphasis will be placed on developing keyboarding skills, loading, and formatting disks. In addition, you will have an opportunity to work with a variety of basic software packages. BCA194-C Word and Information Processing I 3 Word and Information Processing I is an introduction to word and information processing. Students will be prepared for their role in the automated electronic office by gaining a thorough understanding of word and information technology, computer concepts, terminology, procedures, techniques, and applications software. BCA195-C Word and Information Processing II 3 This course, a continuation of Word and Information Processing I, is designed to provide students with additional knowledge of word and information processing, computer concepts, presentation graphics, and software applications for the modern electronic office. Students will prepare a variety of documents and master specialized word processing software functions. Using presentation graphics software, students will also create interactive presentations. Prerequisite: BCA194-C BCA196-C Word and Information Processing III 3 Designed to present additional concepts of word/information processing, Word and Information Processing III laboratory applications include an in-depth coverage of spreadsheet terminology, functions, formulas, financial analysis, input technologies, charting features, and templates along with an introduction to basic machine transcription of practical office documents. Prerequisite: BCA195-C BCA197-C Word and Information Processing IV 3 Designed to present additional concepts of word/information processing, this course will provide training in the concepts and techniques of database management. Using relational database software for business applications, students will create and manipulate data files and format output as tables, queries, forms, and reports. Advanced database topics include Structured Query Language and creating an application system using multi-table forms and wizards. This course also includes intermediate machine transcription of realistic documents from various fields of employment. Prerequisite: BCA196-C BCA214-A Advanced Computer Business Applications 3 Intermediate and Advanced software applications utilizing the Microsoft 2003 Suite (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) to create documents, worksheets, databases, and presentations suitable for coursework, professional purposes, and personal use. Prerequisite: CSC110 BCA215-A Computer Business Applications 3 This is a course for experienced computer users. This is an upper level applications course utilizing Microsoft Office programs. Special attention will be given to program integration and applying skills to business situations. Prerequisites: CSC-110 or equivalent, or instructor approval BCA218-E Advanced Office Applications 3 Intermediate and Advanced software applications utilizing the Microsoft 2010 suite to create documents, worksheets, databases, and presentations suitable for course work, professional purposes, and personal use. BCA220-A Integrated Computer Business Application 2 This is an advanced course in microcomputer software applications. Students will integrate spreadsheets, databases, presentations and word processing documents including creating a web site and various importing and exporting of data. Prerequisites: BCA106, BCA118, BCA153, BCA169, or CSC110 BCA240-E Graphic Design 3 In this course you will learn how to design promotional material for different applications. Integrating visual appeal with solid content will be a fundamental principle. You will get hands-on experience creating attractive and effective marketing communication pieces on the computer. BCA250-E Desktop Publishing-Publisher 3 This course gives the student knowledge and practice in desktop publishing using Microsoft Publisher software. Desktop publishing is the integration of graphics, text, and design to create such documents as flyers, letterhead, business cards, newsletters, brochures, web pages, etc. Decision-making skills will be used to complete desktop publishing projects. Prerequisite: CSC110 BCA732-C Getting Organized With Outlook 1 This is an introductory course to Outlook. Your experience will include creating and sending emails, email attachments, appointments and calendar items and address books.


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