Take a computer technology class in the new high-tech classrooms at Anne Arundel Community College’s Center for Cyber and Professional Training facility at Arundel Mills.
Classes begin Aug. 1 and end before fall classes begin. A morning and an evening class is available in two introductory computer courses, “Computing and Information Technology” (CSI 112) and “Theories and Applications of Digital Technology” (CSI 113). The morning classes meet Mondays through Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 12:55 p.m. The evening classes are hybrid classes – a mix of online instruction and in-person classes. Those classes meet 5:30-9:25 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Either four-credit course meets the college’s computer competency requirement to earn an associate degree. “Computing and Information Technology” teaches skills used in social, personal, business and academic settings, including the Microsoft Office applications and Windows operating system. “Theories and Applications of Digital Technology” is the first computing course for students planning to major in a technology field and also is an excellent choice for students majoring in science, engineering or mathematics. Included are data communications, computer networks, database, operating and information systems, web technologies, software development and security. Check with an academic adviser to see which course is best for your major or academic goals.
The Center for Cyber and Professional Training is at 7556 Teague Road, Hanover, near Arundel Mills. AACC students can register online using MyAACC
. New students should call 410-777-2243 or visit www.aacc.edu
and click the Search for Courses bar at right. Select the 2012 summer term, either the CSI 112 or CSI 113 course number and the Teague Road location.