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2011 Summer Sessions Bulletin 
2011 Summer Sessions Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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IT 14 - Introduction to Computer Concepts and Software Tools in Business

Semester Hours: 4

This course focuses on information technology, including hardware, software, databases, telecommunication networks, electronic and mobile commerce, decision support systems and knowledge management systems, and the integration of these technologies to create a business information system. The course provides a comprehensive introduction to the hands-on use of PC software, such as spreadsheets, databases, presentation software, and the Internet, as well as library resources and ERP systems to gather and analyze information to solve problems in a range of business areas.  Political, legal, global and ethical issues relating to security, privacy, and copyright protection as they apply to information technology are also explored. 

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
This is a 4 s.h. required course for all business majors replacing BCIS 9 and 10. Credit will not be given for both BCIS 9 and IT 14 nor for both BCIS 14 and IT 14. Includes a 1 s.h. computer lab. 

Summer 2011 Offering:
60747:    M-R, 8:30 a.m.-11:35 a.m., Kim, 204 CV Starr

70381:    Distance Learning, Tafti

80074:    TR, 10 a.m.-Noon., Tafti, 107 CV Starr. This is a hybrid section; meets online and on campus

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