This individualized instruction course is designed to introduce students to planning a project using Microsoft Project. Students will be introduced to the basic features of Microsoft Project, establishing resources within Microsoft Project, the fundamentals of resource and task assignments, and refining Project schedules, tasks, and resources. [0-32-32] Lab Fee
It is recommended that students have keyboarding skills of at least 45 wpm and familiarity with Microsoft Word. This open entry course will provide a basic study of legal transcription techniques; the formatting of legal documents; and the sub-skills of keyboarding, oral and written communications, listening, and decision making, which are necessary to work in a legal environment. Lab Fee
This is individualized instruction course. Little known a few years ago, the Internet is one of the more popular and fastest growing areas in computing. Today the Internet can be used to carry out research, shop, converse with people around the world, and in many other ways. In this course students will learn basics of using the Internet. Students will be able to move around, find, and retrieve information. Students will become familiar with search engines and master the art of communication using the Internet. [0-32-32] Lab Fee
It is recommended that students have keyboarding skills of at least 45 wpm, and familiarity with Microsoft Word. This individualized instruction course will provide a basic study of medical transcription techniques; the formatting of medical documents; and the sub-skills of keyboarding, oral and written communication, listening, and decision making, which are necessary to work in a medical environment as a transcriptionist. Lab Fee
This individualized instruction course introduces students to the latest Windows operating system. Students will be introduced to the Windows Desktop, learn to use menus and toolbars, and learn to manage files in a Windows environment. [0-32-32] Lab Fee
This individualized instruction course is designed to teach students how to find and correct errors in written communication. Students will learn to concentrate, have patience, and pay attention to detail. Basic proofreading symbols will be introduced. Students will review formatting, spelling, and writing mechanics. Students will learn to use their proofreading skills on simulated real-world business documents. Lab Fee
This individualized instruction course introduces students to the basic and intermediate levels of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft OneNote. Students will learn the capabilities of Outlook such as attaching a file to a message, replying to and forwarding massages, organizing tasks by using folders, printing a task list, and using advanced calendar features. Students will learn the capabilities of OneNote such as creating a notebook, integrating Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet files, insert side notes, and searching content. This course along with other Microsoft courses will prepare students to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification exam.
This course is intended to provide the opportunity for a motivated student with a strong academic record and the ability for self-directed learning to pursue a course of study under the direction of a faculty member. The course content, objectives, activities and assessments are determined or approved by the faculty member to meet the learning needs of the individual student.
This individualized instruction course is designed to teach continued emphasis on keyboarding techniques and development of speed and accuracy. Students will review and build mastery in the creation of memorandums, letters, reports, and tables. Students will be introduced to creating documents with graphics, as well as advanced Microsoft Word techniques used to enhance keyboarding. Minimum speed attainment of 48 words per minutes on a three-minute timing with five or less errors is necessary for a “C.” [0-32-32] Lab Fee
This individualized instruction course introduces students to the intermediate levels of Microsoft PowerPoint. Students will be introduced to adding sound effects and hyperlinks to slides, printing speaker notes, and using the macro recorder to create a macro. Upon completion of this course, students will be ready to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification exam. [0-32-32] Lab Fee