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      Technology - Cert

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Chronological Listing
of Catalog Changes

   Through 08/02
   09/02 to 11/03
   12/03 to 01/04
   02/04 to 04/04

 

Administrative Information Services Course Descriptions

Explanation of Course Description Items

AIS 108
Keyboarding for Business I
1 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
This course is designed to teach the keyboard and basic keyboarding. Identical to CMP 108.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 117
Electronic Keyboarding I
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester

This course introduces techniques of computer keyboarding with emphasis on touch control, speed, and accuracy.  Using a word processing program, the course also introduces the formats of reports, letters, memos, tables, and employment documents.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 118
Electronic Keyboarding II
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester

After a comprehensive review of basic keyboarding principles with emphasis on improving speed and accuracy, students use a word processing program to produce a wide range of typical business correspondence, tables, reports, forms, and publications based on current office practices.  At least one semester of keyboarding is recommended.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 213A
Office Procedures/Records Management
1 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
One of the three office procedures modules designed to give the student real-world, hands-on experience while developing knowledge and skills necessary for work in the business office.  In this module, students will learn the basic principles and procedures of managing business records and documents using alphabetic, geographic, subject, chronological, and numeric filing systems.  Incorporates both manual and electronic methods of managing information and covers the records management process from creation to disposition.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 213B
Office Procedures/Office Transcription
1 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
One of three office procedures modules designed to give the student real-world, hands-on experience while developing knowledge and skills necessary for work in the business office.  In this module, students develop skills in the use of transcribing equipment to produce mailable documents in various business entities, including the medical, legal, government, education, and general business field.  Emphasizes listening techniques, English fundamentals, proofreading, and proper formatting.  Keyboarding skill necessary.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 213C
Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment
1 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
One of three office procedures modules designed to give the student real-world, hands-on experience while developing knowledge and skills necessary for work in the business office.  In this module, students develop skills for operating electronic calculators, reprographics equipment, and communications equipment.  Students will develop the touch-method of calculating for a variety of business activities and will use the latest technology for reprographics and communications tasks.  Also includes equipment maintenance and troubleshooting.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 214
The Office Professional
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester

Study and application of office procedures, skills, and responsibilities that reflect the technological changes, global influences and professionalism of the 21st century office professional.  Students will learn to be productive team members; behave ethically; process information via technology; communicate effectively; prepare travel, meeting, and financial documents; and lead and supervise others.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 225
Medical Transcription
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of medical terminology and medical report formats used in transcription from taped medical dictation.  Recommend keyboarding skills of 40 wpm.  Identical to HCE 225.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 226
Legal Transcription
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of legal terminology and legal report formats used in transcription from taped legal dictation.  Recommend keyboarding skills of 40 wpm.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 235H
Beginning Microsoft Word
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to cover and practice basic features of word processing using Microsoft Word software.  Identical to CMP 235H.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 235I
Intermediate Microsoft Word
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
This course is designed to provide intermediate word processing skills to students with prior experience using microcomputers and Microsoft Word. It is recommended that the student key at a minimum rate of 25 words per minute. Identical to CMP 235I.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 235J
Advanced Microsoft Word
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
This course is designed to provide advanced word processing skills to students with prior experience using microcomputers and Microsoft Word. It is recommended that the student have an intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word and key at a minimum rate of 25 words per minute. Identical to CMP 235J.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 237
Word Processing Applications
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester

This course provides students with the opportunity to learn word processing for employment purposes or home use and to utilize a microcomputer as a word processor.  It is recommended that the student key at a minimum rate of 40 net words per minute.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 238
Advanced Office Applications
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Prerequisite: CMP 101 or CMP 103
In this project oriented course, students create documents suitable for professional and personal purposes. Prior knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet and database applications is essential. Activities will include merging, macros, templates, sorting, calculated tables, file management, styles, fill-in forms, and graphic use. Upon completion of this course students will possess the skills necessary to prepare for MOUS (Microsoft Office User Specialist) exam.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 239A
Multimedia/Electronic Task Management
1 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
One of three multimedia modules designed to give students a higher level of office technology skills.  Using a Desktop Information Management (DIM) program, students will learn how to manage e-mail, organize schedules, maintain contact lists and to-do lists, and keep a log of computer tasks.  This module also includes integrating data to and from other applications. Identical to CMP 239A.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 239B
Multimedia/Digital Imaging                                            
1 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
One of three multimedia modules designed to give students a higher level of office technology skills.  This module provides students with hands-on experience with digital imaging technology including scanners, digital cameras, and photo software.  Students must be familiar with basic desktop publishing techniques to complete projects. Identical to CMP 239B.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 239C
Multimedia/Internet for Business                                  
1 credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
One of three multimedia modules designed to give students a higher level of office technology skills.  In this module, students learn and apply the tools, language, and culture of the Internet.  Important ethical issues are addressed as individual and team Internet projects are completed.  Projects will include website design and research. Identical to CMP 239C.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 240
Desktop Publishing                                           
2 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Emphasizes basic to intermediate skills in desktop publishing through a variety of modern, real-life activities using both desktop publishing and word processing software.  Students will develop skills in making design and typography decisions, handling multicolumn documents, inserting and editing graphics, and creating styles and charts.  Students will create a portfolio of business documents to demonstrate mastery.  Word processing skill is needed.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 241
Integrated Business Projects                                          
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
Prerequisite: CMP 101 or CMP 103 and AIS 118 or AIS 217
Reinforces the major office applications found in suite software–word processing, electronic presentations, spreadsheets, and databases.  Students use the applications software in real-world situations that show the significance of learning the software and that require decision-making and problem-solving skills.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

AIS 297
Workshop
1 to 6 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Administrative Information Services.

AIS 298
Workshop
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Administrative Information Services.

AIS 299
Independent Study
1 to 3 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Design and execution of original projects under faculty supervision.