Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018
BUS 250 Computers in Information Processing
2 class hours, 2 laboratory hours; 3 credits
A business-oriented approach to the use of computers in the management of information systems. Study of hardware and software concepts as they relate to solving problems and making decisions in business organizations. Use of advanced software options and applications. The laboratory component will involve projects utilizing widely used office productivity software available on microcomputers including spreadsheets, databases, presentations, and other software.
Prerequisites: ACC 114 and BUS 150 or BUS 215 or CSC 102 or passing score on a departmental placement test demonstrating basic proficiency in Windows, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, data presentations, and computer concepts
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