Computer Science Courses

The goal of the Computer Science courses is to equip students for life in a rapidly changing technological world.  Course structures can take students from knowing the basics of computer operation all the way through professional document processing and advanced web design.

Students are required to complete one (1) credit in Computer Science for graduation.


Office Applications 1

Length: Semester
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisites: None
Credit: 0.5

Office Applications I explores the use of application skills in Microsoft Word, Publisher, and PowerPoint. Students will use these applications to design, develop, create, edit, and share business documents, publications, and presentations.

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Office Applications 2

Length: Semester
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisites: None
Credit: 0.5

Office Applications II explores the use of application skills in the 2013 versions of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access. Students will use these applications to design, develop, create, edit, and share business spreadsheet and database documents.

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Digital Arts

Length: Semester
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisites: None
Credit: 0.5

Digital Arts is a semester-long elective designed to provide computer science students with an introduction to visualization-graphics programming on computers. To equip students for today’s digitally driven lifestyle, this course focuses on using a digital camera and the practical application of digital imaging and editing programs. Additionally, students will work with audio-editing programs, and will also examine 3D technology and cinematography.

Throughout the course, students may be asked to answer questions or to reflect on what they’ve read in their notes. The notes are not graded. Rather, they are a way for students to extend their thinking about the lesson content. Students may keep handwritten or typed notes.

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*Coulee Christian School uses Ignitia Online Classes for Computer Science Courses. There are many other Computer Science Courses available on Ignitia , however, any additional courses taken may be an extra fee.

 

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