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Business Applications

  • Utilizes the Latest Business Applications
  • Builds Presentation Skills
  • Focuses on Document Creation

Business applications courses are designed to teach students about the use of the computer as a business tool through the employment of applications software. You will learn to appropriate software for database management, word processing, graphics, and spreadsheets. Emphasis is placed on the use of integrated software to create a variety of documents that are applicable to current business environments.

Agile IT Development

Learn techniques for initiating, planning, and executing software development projects using agile methodologies.

1 section

Excel: Advanced Tools and Techniques

Become an Excel power user and increase your Excel efficiency.

2018 Fall
1 section

Excel: Beyond the Basics

If you want to go beyond Excel basics, then take this hands-on course to learn how to do more with this powerful application.

2018 Fall
1 section

Microsoft Office for Business Professionals

Gain the Microsoft Office skills to maximize the use of personal computers in a business environment.

2 sections

PowerPoint: Winning Presentations' Comprehensive Techniques

Learn to create winning presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint in this hands-on course.

1 section

Excel: Essential Basics

Gain a solid understanding of Excel’s foundation, operations, basic calculation, and five most commonly used auto functions.

2018 Fall
1 section

Microsoft Access: Designing and Developing a Database

Build a Microsoft Access database to store customer or product information or to hold contacts and marketing data.

2018 Fall
1 section

Word: Advanced Dynamic Tools

Learn useful automation features of MS Word, including macros, form fields, bookmarks, Track Changes, Source Manager, and Mail Merge.

1 section

Emerging Technologies for the Internet and Cloud Computing

Discuss emerging technologies relevant to the Internet and to cloud computing in this exciting course.