CI 104 Introduction to Cybersecurity
This course introduces basic networking, assessing and handling of security risks, hardware components, and basic computer troubleshooting. It is designed for individuals who have basic computing skills and are seeking broader knowledge in the field. This course prepares students for cybersecurity program classes in network, computer security, and operating systems. MWR, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
BM150 Small Business Management
This course covers knowledge of the skill involved in operating a small business. It examines the necessary managerial and operational skills for proprietorship and the available resources for small business. Area covered include self-assessment,planning,decision-making,legal forms of business,record-keeping,business insurance,taxes,financing,advertising and promotion. A realistic business plan is developed. TWR, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
CG 144 Digital Animation 1
This course covers the developmental elements of computer animation. Topics include user interface, various 3D modeling techniques, texture mapping, and timing. The course builds on the basic principles of traditional animation with the techniques of computer animation and production processes. MTWR, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Classes run July 8 – August 9
There are no prerequisites but students must be incoming juniors or seniors.
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Tuition is $390 plus a $40 technology fee; some scholarships may be available.