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Courses: Keyboarding for the Computer I (ADM-102)

Keyboarding for the Computer I (ADM-102)
This course is a continuation of Keyboarding for the Computer (ADM 101) where proper keyboarding techniques and computer literacy were stressed. This course begins with production work, while continuing to stress the importance of proper techniques. Topics include: tables, rough-draft reports, bulleted and numbered lists, business and personal letters, reports with footnotes and endnotes, bibliographies, and employment papers. Prerequisite: ADM 101 or Challenge Examination or permission from ADM Coordinator/Business Department Chairman. 1 lecture hour and 2 laboratory hours per week. 2 credit hours.

Course Name: ADM-102
Departments: Business
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Prerequisites: ADM-101
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