NMSU BCIS 110 - Syllabus (5 pages)

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New Mexico State University
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Bcis 110 -

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Introduction to Computerized Information Systems Fall 2008 BCIS 110G Instructor James A Nelson Ph D Office Hours TBA Office GU 309 Phone 505 646 5678 NMSU E Mail jnelson nmsu edu Please use my NMSU email for quicker response to personal questions For questions that other students may also need answered please use the WebCT Discussions Texts Your texts are available as a bundle from the NMSU bookstore and they include 1 The main text Tomorrow s Technology and You Complete 8 e Beekman Quinn 2008 Prentice Hall ISBN 10 0132297205 2 A custom software text for Excel and Access Exploring Microsoft Office 2007 Custom Edition for New Mexico State University Pearson Custom Publishing 2008 3 A software key for MyITLab by Pearson You must have a personal copy of the MyITLab key to take the course If you wish you can buy the key direct from the opening page of the http www myitlab com website MyITLab will be used for Excel and Access training and assessment quizzes and is mandatory for this course NOTE The above three items are sold as a bundle from the NMSU bookstore but you can buy the texts and key elsewhere The only place to buy the custom Office text is from NMSU but you can buy the books it uses parts of as separate texts The custom Office text uses chapters from Exploring Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Comprehensive 2 E Grauer Scheeren Mulbery Prentice Hall 2009 ISBN 13 9780135032275 Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007 Comprehensive Grauer Lockley Prentice Hall 2008 ISBN13 9780131567887 Course Description This course provides an understanding of the impact of computers on society including how they work and their applications Emphasis is on the use of computers as aids to decision making and as productivity tools in business In addition to gaining an understanding of computer technology and terminology students also gain a working knowledge of microcomputer productivity software through the use of Microsoft Office 2007 tools including Excel and Access In addition students



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