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CMP 127 Introduction to Computers
This course is an introduction to basic computer applications. Emphasis is placed on developing a thorough working knowledge of word processing, the Internet, and spreadsheets.
CMP 315 Harnessing Digital Technology
This course examines the processes and implications of harnessing business technologies, including topics such as business applications, hardware, operating systems, programming languages, and packaged software. Important intersecting concepts such as management information, machine learning, systems analysis, design and implementation, database and file design, and system audit and control are also addressed.
Prerequisite: CMP 127 Introduction to Computers <br><br><b>Note:</b> Students with credit for CMP 315 Management Information Systems may not take this course for credit
CMP 410 E-commerce Web Design
Prerequisite: CMP 127 Introduction to Computers