Computer Applications Course Descriptions

CA100 Beginning Computing
Explores beginning computer concepts and uses, the evolution of the computer, and application skills as they apply to the business/office environment. Introduces operating systems/file management, various software and computer devices for business/office use, and accessing information via the Internet/Social Media. Prerequisite: Touch keyboarding ability; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp
3 Credits

CA117 Microsoft Publisher
Introduces Microsoft Publisher publication software. Includes formatting and enhancing text, working with art, using design gallery and drawing tools, as well as using the catalog feature for creating publications. Includes using styles; flowing text into multiple columns; creating drop caps and reversed text; and using BorderArt, WordArt, and text wrap. Covers features for improving publications design and creating multiple-page publications. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CA117A Microsoft Publisher 1
Provides part one of a hands-on introduction to Microsoft Publisher publication software. Covers topics including formatting and enhancing text, working with art, Design Gallery and drawing tools, and using the Catalog feature for creating publications. Prerequisite: Computer literacy (prior experience with computer and mouse device) and touch keyboarding ability of 25 words per minute; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA117B Microsoft Publisher 2
Presents part two of a hands-on introduction to Microsoft Publisher publication software. Includes using styles, flowing text into multiple columns, and creating drop caps and reversed text. Covers features for improving publications and creating multiple-page publications. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA117A with a grade of C or better, or equivalent course as determined by instructor; computer literacy (prior experience with computer and mouse device) and touch keyboarding ability of 25 words per minute; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA117C Microsoft Publisher 3
Offers part three of a hands-on introduction to Microsoft Publisher publication software. Includes using special features such as BorderArt, WordArt, text wrap around objects, mail merge, and preparation for commercial printing. Covers features for working efficiently. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA117B with a grade of C or better, or equivalent course as determined by instructor; computer literacy (prior experience with computer and mouse device) and touch keyboarding ability of 25 words per minute; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA118A Microsoft Windows Basics
Introduces MS Windows operating systems software currently used in business and industry. Includes exploring and managing disk organization and using the accessories. F, W, Sp, Su
1 Credits

CA118B1 Excel Basics 1
Introduces building and editing worksheets, formatting and printing worksheets, working with formulas and functions, and charting in MS Excel. Prerequisite: Computer literacy (prior experience with computer and mouse device) and touch keyboarding ability; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
1 Credits

CA118B2 Excel Basics 2
Reinforces basic Excel functions. Introduces sorting, filtering, and analyzing list data; enhancing worksheets and charts; and sharing MS Excel files. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA118B1 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp
1 Credits

CA118B3 Excel Basics 3
Continues the reinforcement of Excel functions. Introduces what-if analysis, macros, PivotTables and PivotCharts, linking, embedding, and exploring MS Excel options. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA118B2 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
1 Credits

CA118C1 Access Basics 1
Introduces database basics for forms design, data entry, queries, tables, and reports. Prerequisite: CIS101; or CA118A and CA118B1; or consent of instructor. (All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.) W, Sp
1 Credits

CA118C2 Access Basics 2
Reinforces basic database skills. Introduces multiple table and action queries; PivotTables and PivotCharts; forms and subforms; and importing, exporting, and publishing data. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA118C1 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp
1 Credits

CA118D Internet: Office Environment
Introduces the Internet and demonstrates how this resource may be used effectively in a modern office. Emphasizes information currently needed by office professionals. Prerequisite: CA118A or CIS101, either with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Su
1 Credits

CA118E Outlook Basics
Introduces personal information management software currently used in business and industry. Covers electronic messaging (e-mail management), use of the address book, and calendar and task management using MS Outlook. Prerequisite: Computer literacy (prior experience with computer and mouse device) and touch keyboarding ability; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp
1 Credits

CA118F1 PowerPoint Basics 1
Introduces MS PowerPoint presentation software with an emphasis on designing and formatting business-related presentations. Prerequisite: Computer literacy (prior experience with computer and mouse device); touch keyboarding ability; or consent of instructor. Sp, Su
1 Credits

CA119 Office Desktop Publishing 1
Introduces publication planning, typography, publication design principles, and hands-on desktop publishing preparation of office publications. Including the features of text threading, layers, frames, kerning, and tracking using Adobe InDesign. Prerequisite: CIS101 with a grade of C or better; and touch keyboarding ability of 25 words per minute; or consent of instructor. F
4 Credits

CA121 Keyboarding
Presents basic touch keyboarding skills on standard microcomputer keyboard with numeric keypad. Emphasizes speed and accuracy along with the basic vocabulary of entering and retrieving information. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CA121A Keyboarding A
Covers basic touch keyboarding of the alphabetic keys for the standard microcomputer keyboard. F, W, Sp, Su
1 Credits

CA121B Keyboarding B
Reviews alphabetic keyboarding and emphasizes the development of speed and accuracy in touch keyboarding. Introduces number and symbol keys, including the numeric keypad. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA121A with a grade of C or better; or touch keyboarding ability of 15 words per minute for two minutes with three or fewer errors; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA121C Keyboarding C
Emphasizes drills to increase speed and accuracy in touch keyboarding, including numeric keypad. Includes accurate proofreading and calculating scores for 3-minute timings. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA121B with a grade of C or better; or touch keyboarding ability of 20 words per minute for two minutes with three or fewer errors; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA122 Keyboard Skillbuilding
Improves alphabetic and numeric keypad keyboarding skill, including proficiency, speed, and accuracy. Serves as preparation for production keyboarding as well as general skill development. Covers basic document formatting. Course may be repeated for a maximum of six (6) credits. Prerequisite: Touch keyboarding ability of 25 words per minute (30 words per minute recommended); or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CA122A Keyboard Skillbuilding A
Improves keyboarding skill, including keyboard (alphabetic and numeric) proficiency, speed, and accuracy. Serves as preparation for production keyboarding as well as general skill development. Course may be repeated for a maximum of two (2) credits. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA121 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
1 Credits

CA122B Keyboard Skillbuilding B
Improves keyboarding skill, including keyboard (alphabetic and numeric) proficiency, speed, and accuracy. Serves as preparation for production keyboarding as well as general skill development. Course may be repeated for a maximum of two (2) credits. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA122A with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
1 Credits

CA122C Keyboard Skillbuilding C
Improves keyboarding skill, including keyboard proficiency (alphabetic and numeric), speed, and accuracy. Serves as preparation for production keyboarding as well as general skill development. Course may be repeated for a maximum of two (2) credits. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA122B with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
1 Credits

CA123B Formatting B
Covers the second credit of formatting, including various format styles for business letters, tables and reports. Prerequisite: CA123A and CA201D1 and CA201D2. Touch keyboarding skill is essential. Class fee $5. Offered as needed.
1 Credits

CA123C Formatting C
Covers the third credit of formatting. Presents additional format styles for tables, letters and reports, including minutes and itineraries. Prerequisite: CA123B and CA201D1 and CA201D2. Touch keyboarding skill is essential. Class fee $5. Offered as needed.
1 Credits

CA201D Microsoft Word Processing 1
Presents basic word processing training in the operation of Microsoft Word software. Includes character, paragraph, and page Word features, as well as correct formatting of business letters, memos, and reports. Prerequisite: Touch keyboard ability of 30 words per minute; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CA201D1 Microsoft Word Proc 1, Pt 1
Offers basic to intermediate word processing training in the operation of Microsoft Word for Windows. Prerequisite: Touch keyboarding ability of 35 words per minute; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA201D2 Microsoft Word Proc 1, Pt 2
Offers basic to intermediate word processing training in the operation of Microsoft Word for Windows. Prerequisite: CA201D1 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA201D3 Microsoft Word Proc 1, Pt 3
Offers basic to intermediate word processing training using Microsoft Word for Windows. Prerequisite: CA201D2 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA202D Microsoft Word Processing 2
Offers intermediate word processing training using Microsoft Word software for persons with prior basic skills and knowledge of word processing. Prerequisite: CA201D with a grade of C or better; and touch keyboarding ability of 35 wpm; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp, Su
3 Credits

CA202D1 Microsoft Word Proc 2, Pt 1
Offers intermediate word processing training using Microsoft Word software for persons with prior basic skills and knowledge of word processing. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA201D or equivalent with a grade of C or better; and touch keyboarding ability of 35 wpm; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed.
1 Credits

CA202D2 Microsoft Word Proc 2, Pt 2
Offers intermediate word processing training using Microsoft Word software for persons with prior basic skills and knowledge of word processing. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA202D1 or equivalent with a grade of C or better; and touch keyboarding ability of 35 words per minute; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
1 Credits

CA202D3 Microsoft Word Proc2, Pt 3
Offers intermediate word processing training using Microsoft Word software for persons with prior basic skills and knowledge of word processing. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CA202D2 or equivalent, with grade of C or better; and touch keyboarding ability of 35 words per minute; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed.
1 Credits

CA205 PageMaker 1
Offers a hands-on microcomputer desktop publishing course providing beginning level training in the use of Adobe PageMaker desktop publishing software. Includes setting up and printing publications, importing and formatting text and graphics, using styles, using graphics tools, using spot color and tints, and using layers and frames. Prerequisite: Computer literacy (prior experience with a computer and mouse device) and touch keyboarding ability of 25 words per minute; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
3 Credits

CA208 Workplace Presentation w/PwrPt
Introduces the preparation of computer presentations for the workplace using current presentation software. Includes software techniques, design and typography basics, and production techniques for screen shows. Prerequisite: CIS101 with a grade of C or better; or equivalent as determined by the instructor; or consent of instructor. F, W
3 Credits

CA210W Office Micro-Windows
Reviews integrated software training using Microsoft Works for Windows. Includes training in the word processing, database, spreadsheet, graphics and communications features of this software on the microcomputer. Application problems will consist of using the integrated program in business-related projects. Prerequisite: CS101 and touch keyboarding skill. Class fee $15. Offered as needed.
3 Credits

CA213 Integrating Office Procedures
Brings together the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of one-year Business Technology students, and serves as a review for students continuing for a degree. Uses a business simulation to reinforce and expand computer and other office skills. Prerequisite: BT116, CA118A, CA118B1, CA118C1, CA201D, and CIS101; and BT210 or concurrent enrollment; or consent of instructor. (All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.) W, Sp
3 Credits

CA219 Office Desktop Publishing 2
Focuses on publication planning, typography, publication design principles and hands-on desktop publishing preparation of office publications. Includes the features of color, graphics, tables, transparency, books, and exporting to PDF files using Adobe InDesign. Prerequisite: CIS101 and CA119, both with a grade of C or better; and touch keyboarding ability of 25 words per minute; or consent of instructor. Offered as needed
2 Credits

CA220 QuickBooks Computr Bookkeeping
Introduces computerized accounting principles using QuickBooks, including setup, managing revenue and expenses, payroll, bank reconciliation, financial statements, inventory, and file maintenance. Prerequisite: BA115 or BA211, either with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. F, W, Sp
3 Credits

CA225 Advanced Document Production
Covers development of correct formats for business reports, letters, memos, tabbed columns, and forms. Uses a variety of input methods, such as dictation and printed rough drafts. Develops basic skill in the transcription of recorded documents. Stresses application of language arts skills. Develops the skill to produce documents accurately within specified time. Prerequisite: BT105, BT112, CA122, and CA201D; or consent of instructor. (All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.) W
3 Credits

XCA0001M PC's for Job Seekers
Covers basic functions of Career Center computers specific to the job search process. Includes using basic Windows, Internet, and job search software functions needed to conduct a successful job search.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741C Digital Image/Photoshop Series
Introduces students to the concepts of digital image manipulation and correction.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741D Digital Image/Photoshop Beg.
Introduces the basics of using Adobe PhotoShop Elements to crop, resize, and touch-up digital images.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741E Digital Image/Photoshop Int.
Introduces more advanced Adobe PhotoShop Elements skills, including layers, retouching, and adding text to digital images.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741F Digital Image/Photoshop Adv.
Introduces advanced Adobe PhotoShop Elements skills, including filters to clean and/or distort digital images and combine multiple digital images into one image, and adjust colors.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741G MS Windows for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to navigating MS Windows OS. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741H MS Word for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Word software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741J MS Excel for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Excel software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741K MS Outlook for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Outlook software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741L MS Access for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Access software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741M MS Access Int. for Workplace
MS Access for the Workplace, or familiarity with Access fundamentals. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741N MS PowerPoint for Workplace
Introduces basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Covers overhead transparencies, 35-mm slides, and electronic slide presentations from a listing of facts and figures. Uses multimedia slides, charts, outlines, and graphs. Includes clip art and hypertext links. Explores how to get help and download new templates from Microsoft's web site. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741P MS Publisher for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Publisher software. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741Q Computer Apps Workplace Series
Covers foundational computer application skills for the workplace. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741R Adobe InDesign Creative Suite
Provides an introduction in the use and application of Adobe InDesign software. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741S Adobe InDesign - Continuing
Designed for professional users. Provides an introduction and overview of Adobe InDesign software programs. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA0741T Workplace Computer Skills
Provides computer skills essential for the workplace. Includes the application of MS Windows operating system, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, publishing and basic computer hardware troubleshooting skills. Offered as needed
0 Non-Credit

XCA9600B Word Process App Introduction
Focuses on creating letters, memos, and tables. Presents creating, saving, and retrieving documents; running the spelling and grammar checkers; using character formats such as fonts, point sizes and character attributes, and paragraph formats such as alignment, bullets and numbering, tables, and borders; creating autotext and tables. Prerequisite: Windows experience recommended.
.6 CEU

XCA9600C Word Process App Intermediate
Provides an intermediate-level exploration of Word for Windows. Covers functions to sort information; create envelopes, use the merge function to merge letters, envelopes, and labels; create outlines; use the thesaurus effectively; use Wizards to create new documents; create simple macros; customize the toolbar; and create templates. Designed for individuals with some experience with Word for Windows. Prerequisite: Windows and Word experience recommended.
.6 CEU

XCA9600D Spreadsheet Application Intro
Introduces the basics of Excel spreadsheets through demonstration, discussion, and hands-on experience. Designed for individuals with little or no experience with Excel. Prerequisite: Windows experience recommended
.6 CEU

XCA9600E Spreadsheet App Intermediate
Explores , at an intermediate level, Excel's data handling functions and more complex formulas and functions. Designed for individuals familiar with the basics of Excel. Prerequisite: Basic Excel functions.
.6 CEU

XCA9600F WordPerfect Windows 1
Introduces basic features of WordPerfect for Windows for fundamental word processing functions. Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills and basic component identification.
.4 CEU

XCA9600G WordPerfect Windows 2
Through discussion, demonstration, and hands-on experience, participants will learn how they can be more effective with WordPerfect by utilizing columns, tables, and mail merge. Prerequisite: Knowledge of Windows, WordPerfect for Windows - Level 1, Keyboarding skills and basic component identification.
.4 CEU

XCA9600H MS PowerPoint
Introduces basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Covers overhead transparencies, 35-mm slides, and electronic slide presentations from a listing of facts and figures. Uses multimedia slides, charts, outlines, and graphs. Includes clip art and hypertext links. Teaches how to get help and download new templates from Microsoft's web site.
.8 CEU

XCA9600J Quicken for Windows 1
Provides a review of Quicken, the home and business finance manager. Through discussion, demonstration, and hands-on experience, this workshop introduces both the home option and small business operation of this software.
.4 CEU

XCA9600K QuickBooks 1- Intro & More
Introduces QuickBooks 5.0 software and common accounting and software terms. Covers setting up a company, opening balances, working with and customizing lists, and setting up inventories. Includes learning how to sell products and services.
1 CEU

XCA9600L QuickBks 2: Forms/Report/Bills
Covers QuickBooks 5.0 software and how to create new forms, customize forms, process payments, use multiple QuickBooks bank accounts, enter and pay bills, and customize QuickReports.
1 CEU

XCA9600M Photoshop 6.0
Introduces the Photoshop environment and the fundamentals of image editing including how to modify and manipulate photographs. Presents concepts and techniques for creating and optimizing images for display on the web or other electronic output. Emphasizes work with Photoshop commands and tools. Includes concepts that tie together multiple techniques to create effects and to make work more efficient. Prerequisite: Basic understanding of your computer operating system.
2.1 CEU

XCA9600N Visio 2000 Basic
Presents basic concepts for creating flowcharts, cross-functional flowcharts, and organization charts. Includes the basics for using and creating shapes, printing drawings, creating custom stencils, and many time-saving shortcuts and techniques designed to increase user productivity. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and Windows.
.7 CEU

XCA9600P PageMaker, Introduction
Introduces PageMaker and its use as a tool for creating publications. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.
.7 CEU

XCA9600Q FrontPage 2000
Presents FrontPage 2000 features to create web pages and manage web sites for the World Wide Web or their corporate intranet. Prerequisite: Windows 98:Introduction or Windows 98:Introduction, Word 2000: Level 1 and Word 2000: Level 2, Internet Explorer 4.0: Introduction, and Web surfing experience. Recommended but not required: HTML 4.0 Programming: Level 1
.7 CEU

XCA9600T Spreadsheet Application Adv
Presents the skills to create reports using advanced features of Microsoft Excel, such as Solver, Goal Seek, and Scenario Manager. includes consolidating workbooks and using internal and external data. Prerequisite: Designed for experienced users of Microsoft Excel.
.6 CEU

XCA9600U Word Processing App - Advanced
Presents advanced features of Word including tables, graphics, importing Excel files, indexes, and sorting information. Prerequisite: Windows experience recommended; previous courses in Word basic or intermediate level.
.6 CEU

XCA9600V BrioQuery Introduction
Focuses on constructing effective queries to select, view, and print desired data.
.7 CEU

XCA9600W BrioQuery Reporting
Builds on BrioQuery basics and focuses on advanced reporting features. Prerequisite: Completion of BrioQuery Introduction class, or equivalent experience.
.7 CEU

XCA9600X MS PowerPoint Advanced
Introduces advanced features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Covers editing, customizing, and adding special effects. Teaches expanding slide shows and using multiple features to reach wider audiences. Prerequisite: MS PowerPoint
.7 CEU

XCA9600Y ETG Intro to Quark Xpress 5.0
Covers the use of QuarkXPress software to create brochures, catalogs, magazines and other printed materials. Focuses on graphic design and desktop publishing principles, including page layout, typography, image manipulation, and color management. Prerequisite: MS PowerPoint
2.4 CEU

XCA9600Z ETG Navigating Your Palm Pilot
Presents the functions and add-on applications of using a Palm Pilot and Palm Operating System (OS). Covers purchasing a Palm Pilot. Class fee $68. F
2.4 CEU

XCA9601A Microsoft Project
Focuses on use and management of the Microsoft Project -- project management software. Includes use of the tools to set-up, manage, and maintain projects. Prerequisite: Basic Windows and project management skills helpful
1.4 CEU

XCA9601B PDA Basics
Covers use of the basic features of a Personal Data Assistant (PDA) for scheduling, contact management, to-do lists, and memo functions.
.3 CEU

XCA9601C Updating to Word 2007
Focuses on transitioning from using Microsoft Word 2003 to Microsoft Word 2007. Examines the new structure and vocabulary of this word processing program. Provides reference materials and directions for accessing related web sites.
.1 CEU

XCA9601D Adobe Photoshop CS3
Provides an introduction in the use and application of Adobe Photoshop CS3.
1.4 CEU

XCA9601E ETG Intro to MS Project 2003
Covers how to use Microsoft Project 2003 to effectively plan, implement, and control projects.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601F Intro to Adobe Contribute
Provides instruction in Adobe Contribute software to manipulate material for the Web and keep current pages up to date.
.3 CEU

XCA9601G Adobe InDesign CS3
Provides an introduction in the use and application of Adobe InDesign.
1.4 CEU

XCA9601H Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional
Introduces the use and application of Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional.
1.4 CEU

XCA9601J ETG Intro to MS Word 2007
Provides instruction in creating documents using Microsoft Word 2007 software. Not suitable for Macintosh users.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601K ETG Intro to MS Publisher 2007
Provides instruction in the use of Microsoft Publisher 2007 software to design, create, and publish a wide variety of documents. Not suitable for Macintosh users.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601L ETG Adv MS Excel 2003
Provides advanced instruction in using Microsoft Excel 2003 software to analyze and report data. Not suitable for Macintosh users.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601M ETG Intro to MS Access 2007
Provides instruction in using Microsoft Access 2007 software to manage, store, search, analyze, and display data and information. Not suitable for Macintosh users or users of older versions of Microsoft Access.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601N Intermediate Excel 2003
Provides instruction in using Microsoft Excel 2003 software for spreadsheet applications
.4 CEU

XCA9601P Adobe Flash CS3 Professional
Provides instruction in the use of Adobe Flash CS3 Professional software and how to create interactive websites, media advertisements, and presentations.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601Q Intro to Dreamweaver CS3
Provides web designers with the knowledge and hands-on practice they need to build and manage professional web sites using industry standards for professional web development and design. Introduces the fundamentals of Dreamweaver with an emphasis on best practices and current web standards.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601R ETG Intro to MS Excel
Introduces the use of Microsoft Excel 2007 software for calculating, sorting, and manipulating data.
2.4 CEU

XCA9601S Adobe CS3 Overview
Designed for professional users, this course provides an introduction and overview of new Adobe Creative Suite software programs, including Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, and PhotoShop. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.
.7 CEU

XCA9601T MS Word Advanced
Provides additional instruction and training in Microsoft Word software. Prerequisite: MS Word Intermediate or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601U MS Word Intermediate
Provides additional instruction and training in Microsoft Word software. Prerequisite: MS Word Essentials or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601V MS Excel Intermediate
Provides additional instruction and training in Microsoft Excel software. Prerequisite: MS Excel Essentials or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601W MS Excel Advanced
Provides advanced instruction and training in Microsoft Excel software. Prerequisite: MS Word Intermediate or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.9 CEU

XCA9601X MS PowerPoint Advanced
Provides advanced instruction and training in Microsoft PowerPoint software. Prerequisite: MS PowerPoint Essentials or equivalent experience. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601Y MS Visio 2007 Essentials
Provides foundational instruction and training in Microsoft Visio 2007 Professional software. Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows Level 1 or equivalent experience. Experience with another graphics program is recommended, but not required. Offered as needed
.6 CEU

XCA9601Z Excel: Formatting & Organizing
Part two of a four part series designed for Chemeketa employees. Covers Excel formatting and organizing techniques to use design features that will impact the look of a spreadsheet. Includes ways to organize and locate data. W
.2 CEU

XCA9602A Excel: Setup & Navigation
Part one of a four part series designed for Chemeketa employees. Covers Excel worksheet setup and navigation for basic spreadsheet components. W
.2 CEU

XCA9602B Excel: Charts & Graphs
Provides basic instruction on how to create and alter charts and graphs using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software. Sp
.2 CEU

XCA9602C Excel: Functions & Formulas
Provides basic instruction on how to use functions and create formulas using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software. Sp
.2 CEU

XCA9602D Adobe Acrobat for Beginners
Provides a basic introduction to Adobe Acrobat, including basic Portable Document Format (PDF) principles, document creation, design considerations, search features, and creating forms. Sp
.15 CEU

XCA9602E Dashboard Site Administration
Provides Employee Dashboard site administrators with training essential to managing a site. Sp
.3 CEU

XCA9602F Employee Dashboard Seminar
Offers customized instruction on using the features of the Employee Dashboard. Sp
.1 CEU

XCA9602G Employee Dashboard Seminar
Offers customized instruction on using the features of the Employee Dashboard. Sp
.2 CEU

XCA9602H Employee Dashboard Seminar
Offers customized instruction on using the features of the Employee Dashboard. Sp
.3 CEU

XCA9602J Employee Dashboard Seminar
Offers customized instruction on using the features of the Employee Dashboard. Sp
.4 CEU

XCA9602K MS Project Essentials
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Project Essentials software. Prerequisite: An understanding of project management concepts. Windows-Level 1 or equivalent experience. A basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel is helpful, but not required.
1.4 CEU

XCA9602L MS Project 2007 Advanced
Provides advanced instruction in how to use Microsoft Project 2007 software. Prerequisite: XCA9602K, Microsoft Project 2007 Essentials, or equivalent experience.
.6 CEU

XCA9602M MS Visio 2007 Advanced
Provides advanced instruction in how to use Microsoft Visio software. Prerequisite: XCA9601Y, Microsoft Visio Essentials, or equivalent experience
.6 CEU

XCA9602N PowerPoint: The Point
Provides intermediate instruction on how to create and edit presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint software. Offered as needed
.15 CEU

XCA9602P PowerPoint: The Power
Provides basic instruction on how to create and edit presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint software. Offered as needed
.15 CEU

XCA9602Q Word Formatting & Editing Tips
Provides an overview of Word features that can be used to streamline formatting and editing text and documents.
.15 CEU

XCA9602R MS Excel 2007 Advanced
Provides advanced instruction in how use to Microsoft Excel 2007 software to manipulate and analyze data and financial information. Prerequisite: Completion of the ETG: Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2007 or similar course is recommended.
2.4 CEU

XCA9602S ETG: Dreamweaver 8
Provides an introduction to Dreamweaver 8 software as a tool to create, manage, and edit web sites. Prerequisite: Adobe/Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 or Adobe/Macromedia Studio software; Microsoft Windows XP or 2000 or Macintosh OS X; at least one year experience using a computer; the ability to install programs on your computer and work with files; Internet access, e-mail, and the Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Netscape Web browser.
2.4 CEU

XCA9602T Facebook: Dept Best Practices
Provides Chemeketa departments and programs with an overview of Facebook as a resource for the purpose of student recruitment and retention.
.1 CEU

XCA9602U ETG: Adv MS Excel 2007
Provides advanced instruction in Microsoft Excel 2007 software. Prerequisite: ETG: Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2007 or similar course is recommended.
2.4 CEU

XCA9602V ETG: Int MS Excel 2007
Provides intermediate instruction in Microsoft Excel 2007 software.
2.4 CEU

XCA9602W MS Word for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Word software. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCA9602X MS Excel for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Excel software. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCA9602Y MS Outlook for the Workplace
Provides an introduction to Microsoft Outlook software. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCA9602Z MS Crosswalk 2003-10
Microsoft Office 2010 (the Home and Student Edition, or Home and Business Edition, or Professional Edition) of Microsoft Office 2010 are all acceptable. Internet access, e-mail, the MS Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser, and Adobe Flash, and PDF plug-ins are required. This course is not suitable for Macintosh users. Prerequisite: Prior use of Microsoft Office 2003 software required. Offered as needed
.4 CEU

XCA9603A Introduction to Prezi
Provides beginning instruction in Prezi software. Offered as needed
.3 CEU

XCA9603B Project Server for Managers
Designed to teach project managers how to build, publish, and manage project schedules, issues, risks, deliverables, resources, and documents across an enterprise using Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Project Server 2010. Offered as needed
2.4 CEU

XCA9603C Adobe Illustrator/Workplace
Designed for professional users. Provides an introduction and overview of Adobe Illustrator software program. Offered as needed
.8 CEU

XCA9603D Adobe Illustrator/Workplace
Designed for professional users. Provides an introduction and overview of Adobe Illustrator software program. Offered as needed
1.2 CEU

XCA9603E Degree Works Training
Introduces use of the Degree Works tool functions for advising students. Includes a detailed review of the student worksheet which displays the student’s major requirements and how completed and enrolled courses are applied toward those requirements. Covers training on use of the “What If,” “Notes,” and “Plans” tools used to help students plan toward completion. Offered as needed
.15 CEU