General nature of computer hardware, software and systems: Hands-on applications include introduction to word processing, spreadsheet, database management and presentation software, and a brief introduction to web browsing and e-mail.
College of Alameda
The CIS program at College of Alameda prepares you for entry-level business opportunities requiring the use of computer applications, such as word processing, spreadsheet, database management, and geographical information systems (GIS) programs. We offer beginning and advanced office application courses. We are the only Peralta college to offer help desk (desktop support technician) courses and networking courses.
This course list provides an overview of courses per college course catalogs. Not all of the courses listed use NETLAB+. For complete information, please see the individual college website.
Introduction to computer programming: Algorithm design, flow charting, and debugging; elements of good programming style. Course may be instructed in any programming language.
C# programming: Basic unified modeling language
(UML) notation in object-oriented software design and
development using the C# programming language in
a .Net environment; focus on the program structure,
syntax, constructs and keywords of the C# programming
language, concepts of intermediate languages (ILs), the
common language runtime (CLR), and .Net standard
Object-oriented methods of software development
using C++: Design and implementation of objects, class
construction and destruction, encapsulation, inheritance,
Introduction to computer hardware: Maintaining and
servicing computer equipment, fundamental concepts
and architecture, major computer subsystems and
peripheral devices, common computer problems,
troubleshooting techniques, repair procedures and
preventive maintenance; traditional, current and
emerging computer technologies.
Introduction to the Internet for access to information
resources: Web browsers, web sites, web pages,
electronic mail, and skills relevant to participating in an
online, hybrid, or web-enhanced course.
Windows Desktop applications: Configuring and
troubleshooting, access to resources, hardware devices,
desktop and user environments, and network services.
Recommended preparation: CIS 1
Windows desktop support: Supporting users and