Business Technology Program
Also see related programs:
- Business Administration
- Hospitality and Tourism Business Management
- Office Administration
Business Technology Classes
Formerly BIS 101. Introduction to word processing, electronic spreadsheets, databases, and e-communications using MS Office. Prerequisite: MATH 097 or concurrent enrollment or permission of program coordinator.
Formerly OFFAD 100. Basic course covering the touch system on the keyboard, with a speed goal of 20-30 wpm, using a computer. Instruction on the use of numbers, letters, and symbols. No previous keyboarding experience needed. S/U grading. Recommended preparation: ESLA 115.
Formerly OFFAD 104. Includes review of proper typing techniques. Intensive practice on computer keyboard to build speed and accuracy from any skill level. S/U grading. Prerequisite: BTEC 103 with an S grade or keyboarding test. Recommended preparation: ESLA 115.
Formerly BIS 121. Introductory course in word processing. Covers basics of document creation, formatting, and editing; introduces "styles", graphics, various types of standard formats. Prerequisite: BTEC 101 and keyboarding speed of 25 words a minute on a 5 minute timing at 96% accuracy.
Formerly BIS 122. Advanced word processing and business document design techniques. Prerequisite: BTEC 121.
Formerly BIS 141. Introductory course in spreadsheets. Covers basics of spreadsheet creation, formatting, and editing; introduces numeric data analysis tools (functions), graphs, tables and arrays. Prerequisite: BTEC 101.
Formerly BIS 142. In-depth examination of the spreadsheet tools. Introduces advanced techniques and provides hands-on practice to solve spreadsheet problems. Prerequisite: BTEC 141; MATH 99 or BUS 100.
Formerly BIS 161. Introductory course in databases. Covers basics of database creation including tables, forms, queries, and reports; introduces database management tools such as sorting, querying, and calculating. Prerequisite: BTEC 101.
Formerly BIS 181. Introductory course in presentation software. Covers basics of presentation creation, revision, enhancement and delivery. Includes tips and tricks for ease in public speaking. Prerequisite: BTEC 101.