Get started today with one of the following noncredit basic computer courses.
For upcoming course dates, times, location and cost, visit AACC’s course search and select Noncredit for course type and Computer Technology (NC) as subject or enter one of the following course numbers in the appropriate box.
CPT-362 - Computer Keyboarding
Learn the fundamentals of keyboarding using touch typing on a computer. Develop speed and accuracy in operating a computer keyboard. CEUs awarded.
OLN-361 - Keyboarding
Using FasType software, learn the basics of touch-typing plus improve your typing speed and accuracy. Learn how to use FasType's intermediate and advanced lessons to further improve keyboarding skills on your own. CEUs awarded. Online course.
CPT-363 - Computer Fundamentals
Explore theory and practical applications needed to operate a personal computer. Cover computer terms, functions, computer hardware, operating systems, and application software.
CMP-320 - Introduction to Computers
All sections also offered for credit, CSI-113. Provides overview of concepts, operating characteristics and capabilities of modern computer systems. Topics include computer hardware and software, communications and networking, personal computer tools, management information systems, computer ethics and computer security, and systems analysis.
CTC 357 - Windows 7 Basic
Learn how to use the start menu and taskbar. Create and manage files, folders and libraries, edit file metadata, search for content, create shortcuts and change system settings. Browse the Web with Internet Explorer 8.
CTC 358 - Windows 7 Advanced
Learn how to configure user accounts, work with devices and printers, manage and protect important files, maintain and restore a computer, troubleshoot applications, share and access network resources, and configure power-saving plans and security settings.
COU-312 - Theory and Troubleshooting Microcomputers 1
Understand, assemble, maintain and make minor repairs to microcomputers. Discuss operation and troubleshooting of the various subcomponents, such as motherboard, RAM, disk drives, CD drives and power supply. Practice installing expansion cards, drivers and Windows operating system. Covers the basic operation of peripherals such as keyboards, mice, printers and monitors. A basic understanding of electronics is helpful but not necessary. Note: All sections also offered for credit, EET 160.
CMP-338 - Computer Literacy
For noncomputer majors who wish to use the computer for personal and educational applications. Through lecture and hands-on activities, learn fundamentals of computer hardware and software. Students spend approximately one-half of class time doing hands-on activities in the PC environment using word processing, spreadsheet and presentation graphics packages. Students also explore the basic features of the Internet and the World Wide Web. Note: All sections also offered for credit, CSI 110.
For more information contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-777-2325.