Certificate

Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Personal Computer Applications


Personal Computer Applications for the Workplace Professional

Available only through the CLOUT Program. Contact (914) 422-4145.

There is an increasing need for information systems specialists in the New York Metropolitan area; articles about the shortage of qualified individuals appear regularly. This certificate program will enable interested students to either explore the field of information systems before committing to a master's degree or to incorporate information systems principles into their current line of work.

TS 100 Keyboarding - 1 credit
TS 115 Electronic Keyboard Mastery (1)
TS 105A Computers for Human Empowerment (2)
TS 210A Word Processing Applications for the Microcomputer (2)
TS 211A Spreadsheet Applications for the Microcomputer (2)
TS 212A Database Applications for the Microcomputer (2)
TS 213A Multimedia Applications for the Microcomputer (2)
TS 461B Topics in End- User Information Systems: Business Communications (2)
TS 461C Topics in End- User Information Systems: Workplace Administration (2)
TS 271A Internship Seminar (1)
TS 271B Internship Seminar II (1)
Total Credits : 18

The CS, IS, TS courses can be substituted with the permission of the appropriate department chair.

Personal Computer Applications for the Workplace Professional

Credits
Keyboarding
1
Electronic Keyboard Mastery
1
Computers for Human Empowerment
2
Word Processing Applications for the Microcomputer
2
Spreadsheet Applications for the Microcomputer
2
Database Applications for the Microcomputer
2
Multimedia Applications for the Microcomputer
2
Topics in End-User Information Systems: Business Communications
2
Topics in End-User Information Systems: Workplace Administration
2
Internship Seminar I
1
Internship Seminar II
1
Total Credits
18

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New York, NY 10038
(212) 346-1943Fax: (212) 346-1948
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551 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10176
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861 Bedford RoadKessel Campus Center
Pleasantville, NY 10570
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