CIS 107 - Information Technology Fundamentals and Applications
This course provides IT students with an introduction to information technology fundamentals encompassing both hardware and software. An emphasis is placed on the system unit components, peripheral devices, and systems and applications software. Topics include: CPU, RAM, machine cycle, data representations, number systems, operating system characteristics, utility programs, language translators, communication devices, media, and networks. Students learn how to: effectively search the Internet for information, use Microsoft Windows, and use Microsoft productivity software (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Required for majors.