Introduction to the use of computers and their usage in managerial decisions. Laboratory practice using software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and digital presentations.

Technical topics related to computer systems emphasizing the relationship between hardware and software design in the development of business applications.

Introductory microcomputer course that provides a basic understanding of what a computer is, what it can do, and how it can serve the manager in his or her professional endeavors. The components of a computerized information system will be studied. The integration and application of MIS (Management Information Systems) concepts to a business environment will be explored. The students will acquire practical experience in the use of microcomputers and software packages for various applications such as word processing, electronic spreadsheets and graphics as a tool to solve managerial problems.