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Unformatted text preview: JEFFERSON COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS CIS125 Introduction to Information Systems 3 Credit Hours Career and Technical Education Dr. John Keck, Dean CIS125 - Introduction to Information Systems I. COURSE DETAILS Class: CS 125 Time: Online Location: JC Online II. INSTRUCTOR DETAILS Instructor: Greg Simos Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: TC 316 Ext: 472 Office Hours: M F 8:50 9:10 M F 1:45-2:30 MWF 10:45 11:30 III. CATALOG DESCRIPTION Prerequisite: None Credit Hours: 3 credit hours Introduction to Information Systems introduces students to hardware, software and terminology related to various computers. Additionally, there is the study of various data communications, networks, multimedia artificial intelligence, operating environments, and future computer uses. The course also gives practical lab experiences using Windows and Microsoft Professional (an integrated software package for word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation). Students may find it necessary to work in the computer lab outside of class in order to complete the assignments. This course fulfills the computer literacy graduation requirement for degree- seeking (F,S) IV. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION 1) PowerPoint Notes : Important material from the text and outside sources will be covered in these notes. The major objective is to prepare you for the assignments....
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