Computer Ethics is an introduction to the theories and issues of ethical behavior as applied to our rapidly changing, information-oriented, computer-driven society. Various ethical theories are introduced and numerous case histories are presented.

This course provides a broad overview of computer technology for multidisciplinary majors. It provides instruction in a wide variety of topics supported by hands-on laboratory work with operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, programming, networks, the Internet. CSU, UC

No prerequisite. Recommended preparation: Mouse skills: know the difference between, be able to perform, and know when to utilize: left click, right-click, single click, double click, and drag and drop motion. Keyboarding skills: nominal typing speeds of about 30 words per minute (WPM). This is a survey course which provides an overview of computer technology for multidisciplinary majors. Using laboratory projects supported by the lecture, the student gains "hands-on" familiarity with different operating systems, word processors, spreadsheets, database management systems, programming, networks and the use of the Internet. CSU, UC