CIS 251 Hardware and Software (3)

Catalog Description:

Examines the basic components of hardware and the software of a variety of computers ranging from desktops to personal digital assistants. In addition to understanding the theory of how things work, students will be expected to troubleshoot and find solutions to actual computer problems without knowing in advance whether the problems actually exist or whether the problems are caused by the hardware, software, or both. (Offered as needed.)


Prerequisites:


CIS 180 Intro. to Computer and Information Science or CIS 190 Strategic Use of Information and Technology

Required Course Materials:

 

 

Course Coordinator:


Robert A. Kilmer, Associate Professor of Business Information Systems and Management

Course Audience:


TBC

Course Objectives:

 

  1. To

 

Topics:

 

  1. TBC

 

 

Revised: February 2013 (course numbering); September 2010

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