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CCJ 2704 - Research Methods in Criminal Justice
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CCJ 1010 with C or better
The course will examine strategies, data collection and emphasis of data analysis in the investigation of questions which
arise in criminology and criminal justice. Particular focus will be placed upon understanding the role, theory and functions
of the research process from criminal justice professionals.
CET 1172C - Computer Upgrade & Repair
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CGS 1000C CR C
The purpose of this course is to prepare students to configure and maintain computer systems. Topics include
components of a personal computer system, storage devices, power supplies, adaptors, display devices, laptops, portable
devices, printer configuration, operating system features, operating system installation, operating system configuration,
troubleshooting and preventive maintenance. Upon completion of this course the student will be prepared to take the A+
Essentials certification exam.
CET 1174C - Advanced Computer Repair
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CET 1172C CR C
The purpose of this course is to prepare students to configure and maintain computer systems. Topics include
networking principles, networking hardware, security solutions, authentication techniques, operational procedures,
troubleshooting hardware, troubleshooting laptops, resolving printer problems, operating system structures, commands
and utilities, installing and troubleshooting networks and system security. Upon completion of this course the student will
be prepared to take the A+ Practical Application Exam.
CGS 1000C - Introduction to Computer Science
3.000 Credits
Corequisite: MAC1105
The primary topics covered in this course include computer input and output devices, the processor, auxiliary storage,
file structures, and database, data communications, operating systems, programming languages, computer history, and
professions in the computer industry. Students will be introduced to word processing, data base, and spreadsheet. The
student will also learn computer programming with the BASIC language.
CGS 1100 - Introduction to Computer Applications
3.000 Credits
This course is an introduction to computers and their applications. Students will learn to identify the basic
components and devices that comprise a computer system; to use the Internet as a source of information and a means
for communications; and to use application software packages (including word processing, spreadsheet, database
management, and presentation graphics programs).
CGS 1560 - Computer Operating Systems
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CGS 1000C CR C
This course provides a basic history and overview of computer operating systems. Basic theories, concepts and
terminology, and evolution of computer operating systems are covered. Development, function, and comparisons
of common operating systems such as DOS, Windows 9x, Windows NT/2000, Unix/Linux and MAC OS are discussed.
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