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INFO 2990 INTERNSHIP (3)

Employers have put increasing emphasis on selecting students who have work experience. By participating in an internship program, students gain valuable experience in an area that they may be considering as a career field. Internships also help students narrow their career interest more precisely. An internship is a supervised work experience, normally under conditions of paid employment which integrate significant activities in the real computer-based world with theories and principles learned in the classroom. (Previously known as CA 299)

INFO 2900 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3)

(Previously known as CA 290)

INFO 2300 TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE (3)

This course is designed to introduce the student to PC troubleshooting skills. Students will build a Personal Computer (PC) from start to finish, including bench testing. Through this process students will learn the major types of processors, hardware cards, motherboards, memory, drives, cables, and fans/heat sinks that constitute most PCs, diagnose common PC hardware problems utilizing a Basic Input/output Subsystem (BIOS), and install new hardware and an operating system. Fee may apply for hardware/software cost. (Previously known as CA 230) *Prerequisites: INFO 0900 and INFO 1010