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The Non-Credit Computer Education Department delivers basic and advanced technology training leading to employment, and for personal enrichment. 

CompTIA, Cisco, Cybersecurity, Open Technologies Professional Skills Development (1 to 3-day classes)
Office Technology Software Programming
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Introduction to SwaySEF-3001ME2
Make your ideas visually striking and share them with the world. Microsoft Sway is a story-telling application that combines media and text to create and share interactive reports, personal stories, and presentations. You’ll discover how to organize content – even if you are...
Introduction to TableauSEF-3001IG2
Tableau is a popular business intelligence and data analytics tool. Gain basic skills using the program’s interactive data visualization features. Explore ways to represent different information visually using charts, graphs and dashboards.
Intuit QuickBooks Cloud IntroductionSEF-3001LS2
QuickBooks is an industry-leading program mainly used in small and medium-sized businesses for accounting, payroll, payments, and time-tracking. This course focuses on hands-on learning to cover user interface navigation, planning, company profile customization, opening bala...
Java Data Structures and Algorithms IntroductionSEF-3001LL2
Do you want to write Java code that handles data efficiently? This course introduces algorithmic techniques using example problems and provides Java implementations where appropriate. Participants will use hands-on activities to strengthen foundational knowledge and skills f...
Java Programming IntroductionSEF-3001EW2
Java is the most popular object-oriented programming language. The code runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac 10.7.3 or higher operating systems. Users with little-to-no programming experience will acquire skills to write simple, portable programs that can run on Windows and Andro...
JavaScript Development with Microservices, WebRTC, and React FundamentalsSEF-3001JW2
JavaScript is an object-scripting language essential for developing dynamic, interactive web pages. Microservices breaks applications into smaller parts, consumes fewer resources, and allows for faster deployment. Those familiar with JavaScript who want to learn application...
JavaScript Object-Oriented Programming FundamentalsSEF-3001JM2
JavaScript is a global programming language widely used in open-source and enterprise projects to create website, mobile, server, and desktop applications. This interpreted, scripting language has a large, engaged user-base, which has improved JavaScript’s adaptability, cre...
jQuery FundamentalsSEF-3001KO2
Here’s an opportunity for those with basic HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript knowledge to learn jQuery, a popular, open-source, JavaScript library used globally. Students will learn how to leverage jQuery features effectively to create a fully-featured and efficient single-page we...
Linux Essentials 010-160NOS-3100Q2
The course introduces students to the Linux operating system. It covers hardware and system configuration, understanding open source applications in the workplace, navigation of the Linux desktop, working from the command line and managing files, and using a basic command-li...
Logistic Regression for Predictive ModelingSEF-3001LJ2
Predictive modeling uses techniques designed to predict future behavior, which can increase business growth. This course is designed for participants with SAS data set and statistical model building experience, along with an introductory knowledge of linear and logistical re...
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