Computer Applications II prepares students to function in an environment - educational, personal, or vocational - in which computer confidence has become the expected norm. Students develop precise hands-on skills in using common software applications, including spreadsheet, database, desktop publishing, and presentation software.
The focus is to use hardware and software business productivity tools. This course builds on skills learned in Computer Applications I and II. Class is accelerated and project-based. Training includes a hands-on introduction to microcomputer applications vital in today’s business and industry. It focuses on operating system, e-mail, internet, word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software applications. College Computers corresponds to BCA 212 in the DMACC course guide.