Computer Continuing Education

Students who want to save their work from computer courses should bring a USB flash drive to class.

CompTIA Network+ Certification Preparation

Students learn about modern network technologies, Internet utilities, TCP/IP, DNS and URLs, ports and protocols, network models, connection devices, and firewalls, as well as network management, tools, and network troubleshooting. Completion of a course or proficiency with computer hardware is strongly recommended. CompTIA A+ certification is not required. CompTIA Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, 5th edition, ISBN 978-0071789226, is the required textbook. For more information read the frequently asked questions. 42 hours. $134

50943 T 2/2–5/3 6–9 p.m. CEC 607 January 26 registration deadline

Introduction to Adobe InDesign and Illustrator CS6

Learn how to create pixel-perfect page designs, layouts, and typography with Adobe InDesign, while also learning how to create and manipulate stunning vector graphics and artwork using Adobe Illustrator. Together, InDesign and Illustrator give you a powerful platform to create and produce professional-looking print and Web designs. 36 hours. $134

51027 M 2/1–4/26 6–9 p.m. CEC 609 January 25 registration deadline

Office 2013: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access

This course teaches effective communication skills and provides a more comprehensive understanding of the programs in the Microsoft Office suite. Students use Microsoft Office 2013 to produce documents and presentations. Basic computer and keyboarding skills are recommended. Students must bring a flash drive to each class. Welcome to Microsoft Office 2013 (Silver Series), ISBN 978-159136-659-1, is the required textbook. 36 hours. $134

51026 Th 2/4–4/21 5:30–8:30 p.m. TECH 974 January 28 registration deadline
51025 T 2/2–4/19 5:30–8:30 p.m. TECH 974 January 26 registration deadline

Computer and Internet Essentials for Senior Adults

Attention all AARP members, retirees, baby-boomers, and/or career changers! Finally, a class designed to help you become computer literate in a nonthreatening environment at an economical price. Learn how to use a desktop computer system; sign on and off of the computer; create, edit, and save Microsoft Word documents; browse websites; and create, send, and receive email. Keyboarding skills are highly recommended to be successful in this class. Welcome to the World of Computers Senior Series, 3rd edition, by Russel Stolins, Bruce Robertson, and Jill Murphy, ISBN 978-1-59136-332-3, is the recommended textbook. 36 hours. $134

51028 T 2/2–4/19 9 a.m.–noon CEC 607 January 26 registration deadline