NRCC Information Technology

Classes 2011-12 ... ITE

Last Updated: July 12, 2011

CSC CSC Computer Science
ITD ITD Information Technology Design & Database
ITE ITE Information Technology Essentials
ITN ITN Information Technology Networking
ITP ITP Information Technology Programming

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ITE Information Technology Essentials


ITE 105 IT Careers & Cyber Ethics
(2 credits)

(Offered Fall and Spring at Dublin campus, Mall site and DE)

Career paths in Information Technology will be explored to help the student determine the appropriate degree plan. Career paths will include but not be limited to software development, computer science, database, networking, system administration and operations, end user support, web design, and management. The student will learn ethical concerns in business and information technology including the ACM Code of Ethics. Prerequisites: Keyboarding, Microsoft Office or CSC 110. Lecture 2 hours per week.

ITE 115 Introduction to Computer Applications & Concepts
(3 credits)

(Offered Fall, Spring, Summer at Dublin campus, Mall site and DE)

Covers computer concepts and internet skills and use a software suite which includes word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software to demonstrate skills required for computer literacy. Prerequisite is high school keyboarding. Lecture 3 hours per week. Students will not receive credit for this class if they have previously taken CSC 110 or IST 117 or BUS 226.

This course utilizes Microsoft Office products.

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April Tolley at Career Day
Student April Tolley explaining IT careers
at Career Day for High School sophomores.

Daniel Burgess Career Day
Student Daniel Burgess explaining IT careers
at Career Day for high school sophomores


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Last Updated: July 12, 2011

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