CBTE 161 Learning the Internet
Description: This course is designed for students who are interested in an introduction to the Internet. Students receive hands-on practice using Netscape to navigate the World Wide Web and link to Internet resources. Topics include creating and sending: e-mail, FTP, and file downloading, locating newsgroups and other discussion tools, conducting business on the Internet, and creating Web pages using HTML. This course, or sections of this course, may be offered through distance education.
Check the Online Class Schedule for information about course Prerequisites, Co-requisites, Enrollment Limitations and Advisory information .
This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Anthropology - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Economics - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Sociology - Associate in Arts
- Geographic Information Systems - Associate in Science
- Information Management Technology - Associate in Science
- Information Management Technology - Certificate of Achievement
- Microcomputer Applications - Associate in Science
- Microcomputer Applications - Certificate of Achievement
- Multimedia - Associate in Science
- New Media Publishing - Certificate of Performance