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2013- 2014

Catalog update:
October 15, 2013

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Students are required to follow the Academic Handbook and Code of Student Responsibility

There are 93 quarter hours required for this degree, as follows:

Understanding Human Behavior (4 courses equaling 16 credit hours)

​Life Cycle in Context (2 courses equaling 8 credit hours)

Community and Social Justice (3 courses equaling 12 credit hours)

Methods (3 courses equaling 12 credit hours)

Effective Workplace Dynamics (3 courses equaling 12 credit hours)

Leadership Theories and Skills (3 courses equaling 12 credit hours)

Adult Learning Seminars (10 courses equaling 21 credit hours)


Additional elective credit may be required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 quarter hours (128 semester hours). 

DCM 306


In this course, students will learn about work-based information technology by exploring Windows PC and Mac operating systems. Students will be introduced to common work-based applications software in MS Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, Access and Outlook. Students will learn the basics, intermediate, and advanced level of MS Word, Excel, and Power Point. Students will explore the use and security of Internet applications for both Windows and Mac operating systems.