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Computer Applications for Business Online Courses

Computer Applications for Business Online Courses

Oakton Community College offers a variety of classes online. These credit courses can usually be adapted to the student's schedule and availability. The courses taught Online often require a majority of class time be spent on the Web, though most will require additional materials such as textbooks and/or video media. The courses contain a discussion forum through which students can interact via the web with their teacher and classmates as well as a variety of other sources.

Courses in Computer Technology and Information Systems that are taught online include:

CAB 102 Basic Keyboarding
CAB 106 Keyboarding Speed and Accuracy Development
CAB 125 Comprehensive Word Processing
CAB 130 Presentation Software Using PowerPoint
CAB 135 Electronic Spreadsheeting Using Excel
CAB 140 Database Applications Using Access
CAB 175 Adobe Illustrator
CIS 101 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
CIS 103 Computer Software and Concepts
CIS 116 Introduction to the MS-Windows Operating System
CIS 180 Introduction to Visual Basic .NET Programming
CIS 111 Fundamentals of the Internet
CIS 131 Building a Web Page
CIS 132 Cascading Style Sheets
CIS 137 Introduction to Web-Based Course Development
CIS 148 Introduction to Database-Driven Web Sites
CIS 171 Advanced Web Page Development
CIS 180 Introduction to Visual Basic .NET Programming
CIS 201 Information Systems for Business
CIS 203 Managing Information Systems
CIS 205 Documentation and Technical Writing
CIS 214 Web Site Maintenance and Management
CIS 241 Database Management
CIS 248 Web Database Management
CIS 249 Introduction to ERP Systems
CIS 261 System Configuration Using SAP

*Other classes may be offered online to meet student needs.  See class schedules for more information.


Online courses require different skills and learning styles from conventional courses. For instance, students in an online class are responsible for scheduling their own "class time." Motivation and self-discipline are essential for success in an online course. The online courses cover the same material as the on campus sections of the same courses. The expected student requirements are the same whether the course is taken online or on campus. Visit Oakton's online learning page for more information.


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IMPORTANT DATES


July 24
Incomplete (I) grades from spring 2014 semester for which faculty have not submitted final grades will become an "F" after this date.*

July 31
Classes end.

August 4
Faculty grading due.

August 4
Second summer interim classes begin.

August 18
Faculty return for fall 2014 semester.

August 22
Second summer interim classes end.

August 25
Fall 2014 semester classes begin.

August 28
Second summer interim faculty grading due.

September 1
Labor Day holiday. College closed.

September 21
Last day to submit proof of residency, business service agreements and chargebacks/joint agreements.

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