IBC is registered and approved with the NAECOB (National Accreditation and Equivalency Council of The Bahamas)
Semester Length: 14 weeks
This course comprises of a non-technical survey of computer history, hardware, and software and implications of the use and misuse of computers. The effect of computers on society, software applications such as word processors, spread sheets, databases and graphics.
The Computer Applications course prepares students for an entry-level position in the field of
computer information technology applications.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
Demonstrate the ability to create basic programs following problem solving principles and guidelines
Demonstrate the ability to create and integrate documents using word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software applications
Demonstrate an understanding of communication systems used by computers to form networks
Demonstrate an understanding of the system development cycle and the role of the systems analyst in developing business applications
Demonstrate the ability to create and maintain a database
Demonstrate effective written and interpersonal communication skills
Demonstrate effective quantitative skills
Demonstrate computer and information literacy
Study material is included.
Registration Deadline for the Fall Term is scheduled for 15th August each year.