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INFT 100 Information Technology I

INFT 100 Information Technology I - Bryant Stratton College...

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Bryant & Stratton College Course Syllabus INFT 100 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY I Please note: This course syllabus is a contract between you and Bryant & Stratton College. It represents the minimum expected learning outcomes for this course. Your instructor will provide a supplemental syllabus that will express how he or she will specifically facilitate the course along with detailed methods of assessment and guidelines for the students’ success. Semester Credit Hours: 3 Lecture: 2 Lab: 2 Internship: INSTRUCTOR’S NAME: MEETING TIME: Skills Assistance Time: TERM: Fall 2009 PREREQUISITE(S) COREQUISITE(S) Date of Last Revision Spring 2009 PROFICIENCY AVAILABLE: YES ο NO COURSE CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Students in all majors explore the essential concepts and information about computers. A practical knowledge of the Windows operating system and graphical user interface (GUI) is achieved. Students also develop their proficiency in using an integrated office suite package, which includes word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, and desktop software. LIFELONG LEARNING: Bryant & Stratton College seeks to develop lifelong learning competencies in all students through the development of information literacy skills that assist students to formulate essential questions, research and apply the answers, and communicate the results within the dynamic communities of college, career, and life. COURSE OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Describe the basic components of a personal computer. 2. Describe how a computer works 3. Demonstrate the ability to operate in a Windows environment, including organizing files and programs, customizing Windows, automating Windows, and using Windows functions and accessories. 4. Explain the difference between system software and applications software 5. Utilize the graphical user interface (GUI) to operate the computer 6. Demonstrate the ability to apply the knowledge of the components of an integrated office software package in order to efficiently complete the tasks and projects of contemporary personal life and work environment INSTITUTIONAL OUTCOMES: Bryant & Stratton College is a lifelong learning institution committed to teaching people “how to learn” and to value lifelong learning related to career longevity. To complement the technical program outcomes associated with a career field, the College supports the following institutional outcomes within all degree programs. As a result of their Bryant & Stratton College experience, graduates develop critical skills and should be able to: 1. Employ information literacy skills through the effective use of technology and information resources to accomplish a goal.
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