Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend the class CGS 1100, also known as Computer Applications for Business, due to the essential topics covered throughout the curriculum. Not only does the course cover an excess amount of basic computer related topics, but the reading material presents a full analysis on career essentials for being computer competent especially with Microsoft Office. This course prepares students who seek degrees in the Computer Information Technology and Computer Science.
Some highlights of the class are the full understandings of Microsoft Office Suite. The curriculum follows with common ground understanding of commonly used business computer applications. Certain areas I feel that are resourceful throughout the class is the chapter of Microsoft’s new Access Application which allows students to become familiar with its easy-to-use tool for quickly creating browser-based database applications that help businesses.
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My advice to all who are interested in enrolling into CGS 1100 is that the book is mandatory. The book provides more informational support throughout the topics covered. Professor Niki Robinson is very helpful and rational. She always responds to any concerns out of office. Also, before midterms and exams she will always go over a study guide. I tried hard in her class even through topics I’m familiar with to successfully pass.