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Computer Science 2: Research and Applications
COMP 210: Introduction to Information Systems and Computer Applications is designed as a three-credit course on fundamentals of information systems for students who are not planning to major in information systems. The course will cover basic hardware concepts; the structure, or architecture, of computers; the software hierarchy from systems software to application programs; and information systems concepts and development at more basic level than COMP 200.
Students successfully completing this course will be able to:
- describe the evolution, history, and development of electronic computers, microprocessors, and microcomputers.
- identify and describe the roles of computers in manufacturing processes, business-information systems, and information systems.
- describe the transition from an industrial society towards a more information-based society.
- describe the types of careers available in information technology.
- describe and explain information processing.
- describe and explain basic computer components and functions, operating systems, database management systems and traditional applications, networks, and the Internet.
- list and discuss societal trends and new developments resulting from computing innovation.
- identify and describe legal, social, educational, and communication issues related to increased Internet use in the home, workplace, and society.
- describe e-commerce, mass customization, and the effect of online business communications in today’s business world.
- perform basic operations with, and use key functions and features of MS Office.
- create a web page.
After completing this course, students should be able to more effectively use their computers as tools for business, entertainment or study, and should have a more complete and detailed understanding of the role computers play in our daily lives. Students should also be better able to use the Internet and WWW as a research and information-sharing resource.