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DOT 209.562.010

 390 Clock Hours

 (Equipment Required for Enrollment in the Program)

                                Textbooks:“Windows 10 Step by Step” by Paul Mc. Fedries

     “Teach Yourself  Visually by Elaine Marmel


Occupational Objective


This course is comprised of a series of projects that allows students to learn through hands-on experience. The student first learns about different computer operating systems and various software programs and applications. This program allows students to learn through lab work to create and design databases, spreadsheets, office documents, reports, menus and marketing materials. The course provides essential knowledge and skills of getting online and to understand the safety precautions of surfing the internet and set up electronic mail accounts.  An assessment/test is given to the student after the completion of each module. The Student must get a grade of 71-80 (C) or better to pass the module. Graduate students will gain the skills and expertise to obtain entry level employment as a Computer Office Specialist.

COURSE OUTLINE                                                                                   CLASS HOURS

Operating Systems Windows 10 65.0
Microsoft Office Features 19.5
Micorsoft Office Word 65.0
Microsoft Office Excel 65.0
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 32.5
Microsoft Office OneNote 13.0
Microsoft OutLook 19.5
Microsoft Access 65.0
Microsoft Publisher 45.5



Total Clock Hours                                                                                                  390 Hours

Schedule: Monday – Friday



8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.


Monday – Thursday

6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.