Lincoln College

Undergraduate Catalog: Lincoln College

Computer Science

CSC 100: Introduction to Microcomputers

Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to computer operation and software use, with a strong emphasis on proper terminology.  Topics covered include word processing; creating, formatting, and editing documents; effective electronic communication; using current course management software, application software, and Internet research tools to answer questions effectively.  Realistic examples will be used throughout the course.

CSC 115: Business Applications for the Microcomputer

Credits: 3
This course is designed for students majoring in business.  It is an in-depth introduction to the methods and techniques of Microsoft Office products that include Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Internet access methods.  This course is designed to expose students to practical examples of the computer as a useful tool.  The course includes an introduction to computers that covers essential computer hardware and software concepts.  Basic management information systems and operating systems are reviewed.

CSC 116: Advanced Business Applications for the Microcomputer

Credits: 3
Course provides a continuation of the applications and concepts taught in CSC 115.
Prereq. CSC 115

CSC 190: Web Page Development

Credits: 3
This is a foundational course for creating web pages using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and Cascading Styles Sheets (CSS).  Significant emphasis will be on good design, common technologies, and delivery techniques with some digital image editing.  Students should have computer proficiencies in basic typing and file management and a fundamental understanding of the Internet.