CS120 Business Applications & Problem-Solving
Spring 2016

Thursdays 13:00:03 - 15:49:57 in Dewey Computer Lab (DCL)

An introductory course in management information processing. The course explores the most important aspects of information systems with specific emphasis on business applications, practical usage, and current information. The student will obtain skills in word processing, spreadsheet analysis, and presentation tools using professional software packages. Structured problem-solving techniques will be emphasized throughout the course. Practical implementation projects and case studies will be used to reinforce topics such as computer, academic, and professional ethics for an information-based society. Not open to CS or CSIA majors.



Course description -- detailed assignments, grading, standards, requirements, policies, rewards, penalties, and also the Secret of Life, the Universe and Everything.

Syllabus/schedule -- PDF file with week-by-week listing of every required reading, quiz, project, exam, and their deadlines.

All assignments, projects, quizzes, exams are available through the CS120 section of NUoodle.


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Computer Desktop Encyclopedia -- free, valuable, constantly upated.
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