• Computer Science Foundations & SDC Introduction to Business

    Below you will find course information for both the Computer Science and Statewide Dual Credit (SDC) Introduction to Business course. You will also find a calendar that contains upcoming assignmments for the courses below. 

     

    What is Computer Science Foundations?

    Course Description Computer Science Foundations (CSF) is a course intended to provide students with exposure to various information technology occupations and pathways such as Networking Systems, Coding, Web Design, and Cybersecurity. As a result, students will complete all core standards, as well as standards in two of four focus areas. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will be able to describe various information technology (IT) occupations and professional organizations. Moreover, they will be able to demonstrate logical thought processes and discuss the social, legal, and ethical issues encountered in the IT profession. Depending on the focus area, proficient students will also demonstrate an understanding of electronics and basic digital theory; project management and teamwork; client relations; causes and prevention of Internet security breaches; and writing styles appropriate for web publication. Upon completion of the CSF course, students will be prepared to make an informed decision about which Information Technology program of study to pursue. 

    Students can access course materials and assignments by accessing their Clever portal and choosing Canvas (click the link to enter Clever portal).

     

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    Graduation Credit: 2 credits

    Industry Certification Opportunity: CompTIA IT (ITF +) Fundamentals

     


     

    What is SDC Introduction to Business?

    Statewide Dual Credit Introduction to Business is designed to meet the scope and sequence requirements of foundational business courses. The textbook presents business principles and emerging trends in fields including management, leadership, production, marketing, and finance. Through this content, students will acquire the knowledge, skills, and competencies to prepare for the competitive workplace. To read more about the Statewide Dual Credit course, click here

     

    Students can access course materials and assignments by accessing their Clever portal and choosing Canvas (click the link to enter Clever portal).

     

    Canvas

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    Graduation Credit: based on local policy

    Statewide Dual Credit: SDC Challenge Exam


    Calendar of Assignments and Important Dates

     Individual course names are added to each assigment.