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CTP 103 - Theories and Applications of Digital Technology

4 credit hours - Four hours of lecture and directed laboratory weekly; one term.
(formerly CTA 103 - Theories and Applications of Digital Technology)

This course meets the Computer Technology General Education Requirement. This course meets the Computing and Information Technology Competency Requirement.

Learn digital representation of information, data communications, computer networks, database systems, and security. Learn computer hardware and software, the Internet and Web technologies, operating systems, software development, information systems, computer ethics, and social issues.   Use hands-on lab experiences to incorporate the knowledge of hardware and software.  Lab fee $25.

Prerequisite(s): Eligibility for ENG 111  or ENG 115  or ENG 121 .

Crosslisted: Also offered as CTP 103H ; credit is not given for both CTP 103 and CTP 103H .

Note: This is the first course in computing for students planning to major in a technology field and an excellent choice for students interested in science, engineering and mathematics. Credit is not given for both  CTP 103 and CTP 103H; for both CTP 103 and CTA100; or for both CTP103 and CTA100H.