CS: COMPUTER SCIENCE

    CS 101 Introduction to Computer Applications. An exposure to computer terminology, microcomputers, and peripheral equipment. An introduction to both Macintosh and PC-Windows operating systems. Emphasis is on standard application software like word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and graphics. Also includes the evaluation of software. Laboratory experience required. First semester, three credit hours.

    CS 102 Intermediate Computer Applications. A more detailed exposure to software packages introduced in CS 101. Covers macros, mail merge, data base design, graphics, working in a network environment, and electronic mail. Laboratory experience required. Three credit hours. Prerequisite: CS 101.