TAFD 115 Computer Applications for the Skilled Trades

Credit Hours: 
2.00
Course Description: 

An introductory course providing familiarity rather than proficiency and stressing industrial applications. Explores software programming, storage/input/output devices, and controls as they apply to industry. Also includes experiences and demonstrations in keyboarding, DOS, word processors, spreadsheets, databases, computer graphics, basic programming, and two dimensional computer-aided drafting.

Prerequisites: 
None
Co-requisites: 
None
Note: 

This course meets the graduation requirement for General Education Outcome 2:
Computer Literacy.

Summer semester for Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship starts in early May and ends in
August. Students should consult the Class Schedule for specific course times and
dates.