2010 - 2011 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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communication studies computer information systems associate in science degree or certificate of achievement in computer information systems comm m26 – 3 units rhetoric of popular culture prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture to earn a certificate of achievement in computer information systems or an associate in science degree with a major in computer information systems students complete 30 specified units those seeking the degree must also complete general education degree requirements studies u.s popular culture examines the role of popular culture in the u.s as a mediator of cultural values and attitudes specifically evaluates representation of popular cultural in advertising film television sports and politics formerly spch m26 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc required courses units bus m02a financial accounting i 3.0 bus m30 introduction to business and economics 3.0 cis m16 introduction to information systems 4.0 cis m40 visual basic i 4.0 cis m41 visual basic ii 4.0 cis m50 introduction to local area network 3.0 cis m53 systems analysis 3.0 and choose one of the following bus m02b financial accounting ii 3.0 cis m18 accounting with quickbooks 3.0 and choose one of the following cnse m30 ms windows administration 3.0 cnse m31 ms windows network server 3.0 total 30.0 see general education degree requirements and transfer information comm m80 – 1 to 4 units internship in speech prerequisites completion of or concurrent enrollment in one course in the discipline class hours 3 to 33 work experience hours as arranged provides on-the-job learning to enhance coursework under the direct supervision of faculty and industry supervisors both supervisors provide feedback and written evaluations some meetings and workshops may be required as part of the course to take this course contact the career transfer center 805 378-1536 may be taken for a total of four 4 times for credit same course as wexp m20 formerly spch m80 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu computer information systems associate in science degree in microcomputer systems or microcomputer systems certificate of achievement more than 18 units program purpose students who complete this program will be able to effectively use the computer as a tool in their academic personal and career paths to earn an associate in science degree with a major in microcomputer systems or a certificate of achievement in microcomputer systems students complete 31.5 specified units those seeking the degree also complete general education degree requirements this program provides basic computer skills for students with the goal of immediate employment in business or industry three tracks are provided 1 microcomputer applications with emphasis on business computer applications 2 traditional information systems with emphasis on the use of large-scale computers and 3 microcomputer systems with emphasis on office computer systems required courses units bus m02a financial accounting i 3.0 cis m15 introduction to the personal computer 1.5 cis m16 introduction to information systems 4.0 cis m17 introduction to windows 1.5 cis m20 microsoft word part 1 1.5 cis m21 microsoft word part 2 1.5 cis m26a microsoft access i 1.5 cis m26b microsoft access ii 1.5 cis m27 microsoft powerpoint 1.5 cis m40 visual basic i 4.0 cis m41 visual basic ii 4.0 cis m50 introduction to local area networks 3.0 and choose one of the following bus m02b financial accounting ii 3.0 cis m18 accounting with quickbooks 3.0 total 31.5 see general education degree requirements and transfer information dean inajane nicklas phone 805 378-1443 full-time faculty mary mills counselors edna ingram michael johnson corey wendt transfer information students planning to transfer need to consult with a counselor prepare a student education plan and take advantage of the support services available in the career transfer center located in fountain hall 805 378-1536 degree and certificate options in computer information systems microcomputer applications proficiency award less than 18 units students will be able to use the computer as a tool in their academic personal and career paths they will be able to select and use the appropriate software and functions to organize format and present information effectively and efficiently and evaluate information and its sources according to relevancy credibility and appropriateness to their research assignment requirements moorpark college catalog 2010/11 to earn a proficiency award in microcomputer applications students complete 13 specified units this program provides instruction helpful to students seeking employment as well as to those already employed but requiring upgrading of computer skills 123 course listing