Computer Info Systems Mgt (CISM)

CISM 1100. Computer Concepts/Software Applications. (2 Credits)

A course designed to assure a basic level of computer applications literacy, including basic hardware and software, societal issues, word processing and spreadsheet software using Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as Internet use. Taking both CISM 1100 and CISM 1101 is equivalent to CISM 2201. Credit for graduation may be received only for (a) CISM 2201 or (b) CISM 1100 or (c) CISM 1100 and CISM 1101. CISM 2201 and CISM 1100 are related courses; credit may not be received for both. Corequisite: None. Prerequisite: None. Offered: On demand.

CISM 1101. Computer Applications. (1 Credit)

Designed to provide basic competency in database management and presentation software using Microsoft Access and Power Point. Designed for those students who take CISM 1100 and later decide to major in Business Administration or Computer Information Systems. Taking both CISM 1100 and CISM 1101 is equivalent to CISM 2201. Credit for graduation may be received only for (a) CISM 2201 or (b) CISM 1100 or (c) CISM 1100 and CISM 1101. CISM 2201 and CISM 1100 are related courses; credit may not be received for both. Prerequisite: CISM 1100 or permission of instructor. Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.