ITCC111 Basic Productivity Applications (3 semester hours)

This course is a study of the concepts and technology trends essential to office productivity applications. Students will explore the principles, practices, features, and functions of the word processing application in the Microsoft Office Suite. The course will be taught with a mixture of analytical methods and practical exercises. Students will use Microsoft Word to create and format documents; and use lists, themes, mail merge, watermarks, templates, graphics, navigation tools, tables, charts, citations and bibliographies. Students may access MS Office 365 Suite via their MyCampus account for FREE in the classroom. Microsoft Office 365 is free to students and faculty.

ITCC112 Advanced Productivity Applications (3 semester hours)

This course is a study of the concepts and technology trends essential to office productivity applications. Students will explore the principles, practices, features, and functions of the electronic spreadsheet application in the Microsoft Office Suite. The course will be taught with a mixture of analytical methods and practical exercises. Students will use Microsoft Excel to create and format spreadsheets; they will also manipulate data and use formulas, charts, workbooks, styles, hyperlinks, themes, functions, conditional logic, graphics, comments, and security features. Students will participate in an engaging learning experience that aligns with Microsoft’s Exam. The course content maps to the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): to Microsoft Office Excel Certification. Students may access MS Office 365 Suite via their MyCampus account for FREE in the classroom. Microsoft Office 365 is free to students and faculty.

ITCC113 Office Presentation Applications (3 semester hours)

This course is a study of the concepts and technology trends essential to office presentation, communication and productivity applications. Students will explore the principles, practices, features, and functions of PowerPoint, the presentation application in the Microsoft Office Suite. The course will be taught with a mixture of analytical methods and practical exercises. Students will use Microsoft PowerPoint to build and format presentations; and to use styles, templates, lists, tables, charts, hyperlinks, transitions, animations, graphics, multimedia, and digital signatures. They will also rehearse the timing of the presentation and prepare presentations for the Web. Students will participate in an engaging learning experience that aligns with Microsoft’s Exam. Students may access MS Office 365 Suite via their MyCampus account for FREE in the classroom. Microsoft Office 365 is free to students and faculty.

ITCC114 Office Communications Applications (3 semester hours)

This course is a study of the concepts and technology trends essential to office communication. Students will explore the principles, practices, features, and functions of Outlook, the electronic mail application in the Microsoft Office Suite. The course will be taught with a mixture of analytical methods and practical exercises. Students will customize the Outlook program; and use messages, signatures, advanced email tools, digital signatures, delivery options, voting capabilities, mail management, rules, contacts, calendar functions, meetings, and tasks. Students will participate in an engaging learning experience that aligns with Microsoft’s Exam. Students may access MS Office 365 Suite via their MyCampus account for FREE in the classroom. Microsoft Office 365 is free to students and faculty.

ITCC121 Introduction to Computer Science (3 semester hours)

This course is an overview of computer information systems in which hardware, software, procedures, systems, and databases are explored in relation to their integration and application in business and other segments of society. Telecommunications and network concepts are introduced as a basis for understanding of the Internet and e-commerce capabilities.

ITCC200 Application Software Integration (3 semester hours)

This course is a study of the applicable skills and technology essential to application software integration. Students will explore the principles, practices, features, and functions of application software processing in the Microsoft Office Suite. The course will be taught with a mixture of analytical methods and practical exercises. Students will use Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint , Outlook, and Access to create and format documents; build databases and spreadsheets; and design and Outlook, and Access to create and format documents; build databases and spreadsheets; and design and publish advertising and marketing documents on customized Websites through the use of hypothetical and real-world scenarios and problems. The course will allow students to experience a more comprehensive understanding of commonly used applications software and how they integrate to provide solutions. Students may access MS Office 365 Suite via their MyCampus account for FREE in the classroom. Microsoft Office 365 is free to students and faculty. The Microsoft Access application is not provided with the Free Microsoft Office 365 suite and must be purchased/provided by the student.

ITCC231 Introduction to Information Technology Writing (3 semester hours)

This course provides a writing foundation necessary for an IT professional to identify and respond to communication needs within the IT environment, so that the professional can produce clear, concise, and appropriate IT documentation for peers and supervisors, with the ultimate goal of increasing organizational standardization and efficiency.