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      Specialist - AAS
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Computer Systems &
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   Early Childhood Edu. - Cert
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      Technology - Cert

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

 

Computer Course Descriptions

Explanation of Course Description Items

CMP 099
Computers for Beginners
2 credits
Developmental course - does not count for graduation credit
Offered every fall and spring semester
Activity/Personal Enrichment

A first course for beginning users of computers designed to introduce students who have never used a computer to the basic elements of running a microcomputer in a comfortable, structured manner with significant instructor support in the lecture/demonstration mode.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 100
Computer Careers
2 credits

Offered upon request
This course is designed to help students determine an appropriate computer field as a career. Students will be given time to conduct career research in the field to help them select a career path. Emphasis is placed on choosing an appropriate career path and then creating a career plan to achieve their success. Students will also be given the opportunity to visit area businesses, conduct an informational interview with a business professional, and participate in a job shadowing program.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 101
Introduction to Computers
3 credits
GE category: AAS degree only
Offered every fall and spring semester

A first course in computers designed to provide students with hands-on experience of the personal computer and its uses in society. Wordprocessing, spreadsheet, database, data communications (Internet), are standard software applicational packages. Special applicational packages included are desktop publishing, presentation, special multimedia, scanners, graphics and many others representing common software the student finds on their first computer and in the workplace. True beginners may want to consider CMP 099 Computers for Beginners, before taking this course.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 103
Introduction to Computer Based Systems
3 credits
GE category: AAS degree only
Offered every fall and spring semester

Uses of computer hardware and software in business and society; computer terminology; program definition and flowcharting/algorithms; introduction to programming using general purpose language and word processing, spreadsheet, database, graphics, multimedia, and Internet.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 104

CMP 105

CMP 106
Computers for Teachers
3 credits

Offered upon request
Introduction to the use of computers in the classroom.  Using current varieties of software for assignment presentation including desktop publishing, grading, student information, presentation software from the computer to the screen, using the Internet to teach through websites and other varieties of multimedia.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 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 AIS 108.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110
Current Applications
2 credits

Offered upon request
Provides individuals with the opportunity to develop personal projects in varieties of current software such as spreadsheet, database, word processing, multimedia, Internet and other applications for microcomputers, which cannot take place in courses where time is given to learn a software package, but not to use it for personal project design and implementation. Not for computer majors, except as elective. Computer majors take CMP 244 or 245. Others may take CMP 244 or 245, after completing this course.

CMP 110D
dBase IV
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Provides individuals with opportunity to specialize in dBase IV software. Recommend completion of one introductory course.

CMP 110H
PageMaker
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Provides individuals with opportunity to specialize in Aldus PageMaker software. Recommend completion of one introductory course.

CMP 110J
Microsoft Excel
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Provides individuals with opportunity to specialize in Microsoft Excel software. Recommend completion of an introductory course.

CMP 110K
Microsoft Word
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Provides individuals with opportunity to specialize in Microsoft Word software. Recommend completion of one introductory course.

CMP 110L
Windows
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Provides individuals with opportunity to specialize in Windows software applications for microcomputers. Recommend completion of an introductory course.

CMP 110M
Rancher Application of Computer Spreadsheets
2 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

The course will show students how to use computer spreadsheets to solve management problems using livestock agriculture examples. Computer familiarization, basic and advanced spreadsheet functions, financial analysis, developing graphs and computer simulations will be major course topics.

CMP 110Q
Microsoft Office
1/2 to 1 credit

Offered upon request
Provides individuals with the opportunity to specialize in introductory applications using two modules of Microsoft Office '97.

CMP 110R
QuickBooks
1/2 to 2 credits

Offered upon request
Takes the students through the features of current QuickBooks to develop an introductory skill level for personal and vocational use.
1/2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
1 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
2 Credit Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110S
Microsoft PowerPoint
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment

Provides individual with opportunity to specialize in Microsoft PowerPoint software. Recommend completion of an introductory course.

CMP 110T
Multimedia
1 to 2 credits
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Provides individuals with the opportunity to specialize in specific current software applications for microcomputers emphasizing multimedia. Completion of introductory course recommended.
 
CMP 110X
Beginning Microsoft Excel
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with beginning level functions of Microsoft Excel, a spreadsheet program.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110Y
Intermediate Microsoft Excel
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with intermediate level functions of Microsoft Excel, a spreadsheet program.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110Z
Advanced Microsoft Excel
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with the advanced level functions of Microsoft Excel, a spreadsheet program.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AA
Beginning Microsoft Access
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with beginning level functions of Microsoft Access, a database software package.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AB
Intermediate Microsoft Access
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with intermediate level functions of Microsoft Access, a database software package.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AC
Advanced Microsoft Access
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with advanced level functions of Microsoft Access, a database software package.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AD
Beginning Microsoft PowerPoint
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with beginning level functions of Microsoft PowerPoint, a slide and video software package.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AE
Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with intermediate level functions of Microsoft PowerPoint, a slide and video software package.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AF
Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint
1/2 credit

Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with advanced level functions of Microsoft PowerPoint, a slide and video software package.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AG
Beginning Mathcad
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Prerequisite:  MAT 154 or higher with a grade of "C" or higher, or concurrent enrollment in MAT 154, or appropriate EAC Placement Score of 81 or higher or equivalent
Students will become familiar with beginning level functions of Mathcad, a calculation software package.  Identical to MAT 110AG.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AH
Intermediate Mathcad
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Prerequisite:  MAT 154 or higher with a grade of "C" or higher, or concurrent enrollment in MAT 154, or appropriate EAC Placement Test Score of 81 or higher or equivalent
Students will become familiar with intermediate level functions of Mathcad, a calculation software package.  Identical to MAT 110AH.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AJ
Microsoft Outlook 2000 I
1/2 credit
Offered upon request

Students will become familiar with beginning to intermediate level functions of Microsoft Outlook, an integrated electronic mail, calendar, and task management software package.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format
 
CMP 110AK
Microsoft Outlook 2000 II
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with advanced level functions of Microsoft Outlook, an integrated electronic mail, calendar, and task management software package.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AM
PC Troubleshooting and Repair
1 credit
Offered upon request
This course is designed to teach the basic principles of PC troubleshooting and repair, including providing a basic knowledge of PC components and their function and how to use Window built-in diagnostic tools.  It provides a foundation in diagnosing common symptoms and catastrophic failures as well as proper hardware handling and removal and reinstallation of common components.  It is recommended that students be familiar with basic Windows operating systems, navigation and menu and be able to use small hand tools.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 110AN
Intermediate PC Troubleshooting and Repair
1 credit
Offered upon request
This course is a follow up to CMP 110AM, providing intermediate PC troubleshooting and repair.  Includes diagnosing common windows system failures, changing system configurations ii BIOS and registry, downloading peripheral device drives and the removal of CPU and motherboard.  Recommendation:  Completion of CMP 110AM or equivalent.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 112

CMP 113
Operating Systems I
3 credits

Offered every fall and spring semester
In this course the rationale behind operating systems will be examined. Hands-on experience will be gained using operating systems, including the interaction of operating system commands with hardware facilities (e.g., secondary storage/hard drive) and file manipulation. The course deals mainly with DOS and Windows but other systems (e.g., Linux/Unix) may be used when available. It is recommended that one introductory course in computers be completed prior to enrolling in this course.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 114
Internet
2 credits
Offered upon request

Introductory course using the Internet covering electronic mail and the general access of information and special features of the Internet.  Students develop hands-on experience in the use of all current Internet resources/features and build a web-site.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 114A
Internet Workshop
1/2 credit
Offered upon request

An introductory course covering basic features of the Internet.  Students develop hands-on experience in the computer lab and are introduced to building a web page.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 115
Microsoft Windows
2 credits
Offered upon request
In this course, the rationale behind operating systems will be examined. Hands-on experience will be gained using operating systems, including the interaction of operating system commands with hardware facilities (e.g., secondary storage/hard drive) and file manipulation. It is recommended that one introductory course in computers be completed prior to enrolling in this course.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 115A
Beginning Microsoft Windows
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with beginning level functions of Microsoft Windows, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 115B
Intermediate Microsoft Windows
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with intermediate level functions of Microsoft Windows, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 115C
Advanced Microsoft Windows
1/2 credit
Offered upon request
Students will become familiar with advanced level functions of Microsoft Windows, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 117
Microsoft FrontPage         
1 credit
Offered upon request

An introduction to web page development using Microsoft FrontPage in a non-programming approach.  Includes hyperlinks, graphics, frames, tables, ftp.  Emphasis on good website design strategies.  Experience using the Internet and basic computer skills are recommended.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 120
Introduction to Programming
1 credit
Offered upon request
An introduction to software and programming concepts for students interested in visual or scripting languages. Topics include notations, data, operators, sequence, selection, repetition, and subprograms.

CMP 121
Visual Basic Programming I
3 credits
GE category: AAS degree only
Offered upon request

A comprehensive introduction to the Visual Basic programming language, where students learn to write problem-solving programs and develop a wide variety of Windows applications in a graphical environment.  The course focuses on using Visual Basic to illustrate good programming practices, application development techniques, and overall visual design.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 126
Java Programming I
3 credits
Offered every fall and spring semester
An introductory course in programming for computer vocational majors and students transferring in a business degree.  Concepts of problem solving, algorithm design, structured programming, fundamental algorithms and techniques.  An emphasis in the Java and Java ++ programming language. Previous programming language experience is of value.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 130
C Programming I
3 credits

GE category: AAS degree only
Offered every fall and spring semester

A comprehensive introduction to the C language; preparation and writing of programs using C, using current programming techniques. A prior programming language is helpful.  For 2-year Computer Majors or students transferring in a Computer Information Systems degree (Same as Management Information Systems).
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CMP 141
Microsoft Networking Essentials
3 credits
Offered upon request
Emphasis on local area networks with an overview of wide area networks. Includes terminology, hardware and software components, network architecture, packet structure, topologies, communication standards and protocols, and security issues. Preparation for Microsoft certification examination.
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CMP 143
Microsoft Windows NT Administration
3 credits
Offered upon request
Knowledge and skills necessary to perform day-to-day administration tasks in a Microsoft Windows-based network.  Preparation for Microsoft certification examination.
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CMP 151
Hardware Service Technician
3 credits

Offered upon request
Designed to provide experience in the hardware aspects of the microcomputer, including: 1. Installation, configuration, and upgrading, 2. Diagnosing and troubleshooting, 3. Preventive maintenance, safety, and environmental issues, 4. Motherboard/processors/memory, 5. Printers, 6. Basic networking.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 152
Operating Systems Technologies
3 credits

Offered upon request
Designed to provide experience in the software (operating systems) aspects of the microcomputer, including: 1. Operating systems fundamentals, 2. Installation, configuration, and upgrading, 3. Diagnosing and troubleshooting 4. Networks.

CMP 161
Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel
3 credits

Offered upon request
Comprehensive, practical applications and techniques using Microsoft Excel with hands-on experience in the computer laboratory.  The beginning through advanced spreadsheet procedures taught will prepare the student to pass the Microsoft MOUS Expert Certification test.  It is recommended that one introductory course in computers be completed prior to enrolling in this course.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 170
Database Management with Microsoft Access
3 credits
Offered upon request
Prerequisite:  CMP 101 or CMP 103

Case-based, problem solving approaches and innovative technology for meaningful learning of Microsoft Access 2000. The beginning through advanced database procedures will prepare students to take the Microsoft Office User Specialist Expert Access (MOUS certification) exam.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 201
Systems and Procedures
3 credits

Offered upon request
Prerequisite: CMP 101 or CMP 103

Introduces the elements of systems analysis as used with computers; surveys techniques used in business organizations including flow charting, forms design, and systems development in essential areas of society.  Human relations in the organization is simulated through group organization.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 205
Data Communications
3 credits

Offered every fall semester
Prerequisite: CMP 101 or CMP 103
An introductory course in the use of computers for data communications and basic telecommunications. Students learn about basic hardware such as modems and parallel/serial ports, communication topologies, and are introduced to software pertaining to data communications.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 210
FORTRAN
3 credits
GE category: AAS degree only
Offered upon request
Prerequisite: CMP 101 or CMP 103

An introductory course in FORTRAN Programming intended for students in pre-engineering. Students use FORTRAN to solve scientific/engineering problems where a logical approach to problem solving is emphasized. Identical to EGR 210.

CMP 221
COBOL I
3 credits

GE category: AAS degree only
Offered upon request
A comprehensive introduction to the COBOL language; preparation and writing of programs in the COBOL language, using current programming techniques.  A previous programming language is helpful.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 222
COBOL II
3 credits

GE category: AAS degree only
Offered upon request
Prerequisite: CMP 221
Continuation of CMP 221, to provide reinforcement and advanced programming techniques in the COBOL language. Includes utilization of disk files. Sequential, indexed sequential and random files and processing are discussed and programmed in detail.

CMP 230
Operating Systems II
3 credits

Offered upon request
Prerequisite: CMP 113
An advanced course in operating systems theory and the implementation of that theory using current operating systems on microcomputer and mainframe computers. Primary emphasis is on major operating systems. Students should have completed one or more courses in computer science and be familiar with the concepts of computer programming and data communications.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 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 AIS 235H.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 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 AIS 235I.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 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 AIS 235J.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 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 AIS 239A.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 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 AIS 239B.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 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 AIS 239C.
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CMP 244

CMP 245

CMP 250
Networking
3 credits

Offered every spring semester
Advanced techniques in networking with emphasis on the installation, maintenance, and design of local area networks.  CompTIA Network+ exam objectives are also covered in this course.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 265

CMP 272
Website Development
3 credits
Offered upon request
Prerequisite: CMP 114
This course prepares the student to develop websites for use in all areas of society.  The student develops an understanding of networking requirements for the Internet.  Website tools such as graphics software, languages including Java, website editors, HTML and others are used in the course to help prepare the student for web master duties.
Course Outline in Adobe Acrobat Format

CMP 291
CIS Practicum
5 credits

Offered upon request
A course to provide the computer major with an opportunity to simulate work experience in the field of computers by being involved in a project of significant difficulty and size and typical of the real world as would be found in the field of computers. The course makes use of all computer courses in the major. Will be taken during the last semester of major's degree.

CMP 297
Workshop
1 to 6 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Computers.

CMP 298
Workshop
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Designed to meet a variety of needs for students in Computers.

CMP 299
Independent Study
1 to 3 credits

Offered upon request
Activity/Personal Enrichment
Design and execution of original projects under faculty supervision.