What is IT 2101?
IT 2101, Computers and Your World, is a course focused on digital literacy. In this course, you will explore how computers and the Internet have revolutionized society.
What will I learn in this course?
In IT 2101, you will explore three major areas related to computers: (1) hardware and operating systems; (2) spreadsheet, presentation, and database software; and (3) networks, the Internet, and information literacy. Other topics addressed by the course include but are not limited to security, privacy, globalization, Web 2.0, diversity, and ethics.
Is this course required?
This course is required in some majors, but it is not a university-wide requirement. If you choose to take IT 2101, it may count as one of your free electives. Check with your advisor to learn more about how this course fits into the curriculum for your major.
How can I learn more about this course?
The course is administered by the Department of First-Year Programs in University College. To learn more about the course, you can contact the course coordinator, Instructor Debra Geist, at email@example.com.