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  • BI112 OER

    This is OER content for Cell Biology for Health Occupations (BI112).

  • CONCEPTS OF COMPUTING (CS120-BA)

    A survey of the general concepts of computers and their applications. Concepts include computer systems, system and applications software, data organization and management, and computers in society. Specific applications with hands-on projects will include word processing, presentation management, spreadsheets, database, graphics, and web authoring.

  • INTRODUCTION TO PC HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE (CS145-40)

    This course provides a first introduction to the installation, configuration and maintainece of PC hardware and software. Special emphasis is given to troubleshooting methodology and its hands-on application to resolution of hardware and software problems.

  • MTH105 Math in Society Master

    Math in Society is a rigorous mathematics course designed for students in Liberal Arts and Humanities majors. The course provides a solid foundation in quantitative reasoning, symbolic reasoning, and problem solving techniques needed to be a productive, contributing citizen in the 21st century.

  • CONCEPTS OF COMPUTING (CS120-02)

    A survey of the general concepts of computers and their applications. Concepts include computer systems, system and applications software, data organization and management, and computers in society. Specific applications with hands-on projects will include word processing, presentation management, spreadsheets, database, graphics, and web authoring.

  • MTH092 Quant Lit with Gary Parker Winter 2018

    This course provides the algebra, quantitative reasoning, and problem solving skills necessary for success in Math 105. Students will solve a variety of contextual and open-ended mathematical problems. The course is alternate pathway to Math 105 for students not intending to take calculus.

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