After successful completion of this course, the student will be able to define and explain the purpose of basic MS-DOS Command Line and Windows. In addition, students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in file management concepts in both MS-DOS and Windows. This course is designed to meet the needs of students who want to work toward A+ certification. This course may be completed in fewer than 14 weeks. All of the work for this course (except tests) may be done outside of class if student has the appropriate operating systems.
Instructor Helen Dignan
Office Technology Classroom DH 301
Immediately after please go to www.howardcc.edu/elearning, choose the semester, and complete the pre-semester notification form.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
This course has a mandatory face-to-face orientation held on the Saturday morning prior to the semester start. Please click on www.howardcc.edu/elearning to view the orientation schedules.
For complete technical requirements, specific course instructions, and information to help you assess options that best fit your lifestyle and learning style, visit http://www.howardcc.edu/academics/e_learning/faq/rightfor.html.
Microsoft Windows 2000 MS-DOS Command Line, Brief Enchanced
Phillips and Skagerberg | Course Technology, Cengage Learning, 2003 | ISBN: 978-0-6191-8552-7
Microsoft Windows 7
Barbara Clemens | Course Technology, Cengage Learning, 2010 | ISBN: 978-0-538-75077-6
Four flash drives
Additional textbook information: Please visit www.howardccbooks.com and follow the instructions for selecting textbooks.
Review the Technical Requirements link above. The course requires:
For purposes of verification and assessing learning outcomes, this course has three theory exams and three production exams, which have deadlines for completion. The exams must be taken at the college during any open hours in the Office Technology classroom.
If you have any questions or comments about this class, please send a message to
Cindy Garnsey, email@example.com
Last updated on July 9, 2013