Computing for College and Careers is intended as a practical, hands-on guide to help you understand the computer skills required during your college education and when pursuing a career. The first semester of this course will cover basic computer hardware and software and productivity applications such as word processing software, spreadsheet software, and presentation software. The first semester also covers the Internet and emerging technologies. The second semester will cover advanced concepts, such as computer networks, complex operations in spreadsheet and database programs, and the process of creating a website.
There are 8 units, 34 tutorials, 34 mastery tests, 8 course/unit activities and 8 post-tests in Computing for College and Careers.