This course covers understanding of basic computer concepts such as: computer hardware and software; security and privacy; tools that use the Internet and the World-Wide-Web; and searching and collecting information.
Students will also gain an understanding of how to manage and keep information secure; preparation of professional documents; creation of well-designed presentations; manipulating, analyzing and plotting data; and projecting information onto the web.
None. Credit not allowed for both CS 110 and BUS 150.
Students are required to have a Cengage license for the CS100 class to get to the adaptive learning content online. This license will be automatically available to the student through the Inclusive Access program – details will be made available through Canvas on the first day of class. Every student is required to own or have access to a personal computer (Mac or Windows) with Office 2016 installed. A free copy of Office 2016 is available to every student at CSU through the university. There is no I-Clicker requirement.
Textbooks and Materials
Go to class for inclusive access in F16.