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Microsoft Office Suite Professional, Advance | ITSC | 2031

The course prepares students for advanced skills in word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. During the course of the class the students will learn how to integrate one application with the others. Creating macros and advanced functions and auditing. Customizing database by creating a navigation form.

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Microsoft Project , Introduction | CEC | 7298

From sequencing tasks, producing a baseline, and assigning resources and costs, to tracking progress, analyzing variances, and revising your project plan, Microsoft Project can help you organize all your project's details quickly and effectively.

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Microsoft Web Developer | CEC | 3002

In this program, you will learn how to develop Web pages using .NET Framework 4.0. When you?ve completed the program, you?ll be equipped with the foundational knowledge you will need to take the Microsoft 70-515 exam and become a fully proficient Microsoft Web Developer.

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Microsoft Windows , Introduction | ITSC | 1006

A study of microprocessor architecture, file creation / deletion, data entry and manipulation, automatic file execution, configuration, and directory commands. Students will learn to recognize differences among microprocessor types; create, copy, and delete files; enter and edit data; execute programs; and use appropriate file structure commands. This course focuses on the basics of computer competency, terminology, multi-tasking, multiple program usage and multimedia features in a relaxed and supportive setting.

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Microsoft Word , Intermediate | CEC | 7621

In these hands-on lessons, you will learn how to create informative, eye-catching charts and harness the power of Excel's data analysis and filtering tools. In addition, you will find out how easy it is to create macros that let you manipulate data with the push of a button. You will also discover how to use Goal Seek and Solver and apply them to real-world problems.

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Military Leadership Development I | MLSC | 2210

Characteristics of leadership, problem analysis, decision making, oral presentations, first aid, small unit tactics, land navigation, basic radio communication, marksmanship, fitness training, rappelling. Fitness training required three times per week in addition to class and lab. Cooperative program with the University of Houston Army ROTC department.

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Military Leadership Development II | MLSC | 2220

Continuation of MLSC 2210. Cooperative program with the University of Houston Army ROTC department.

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Military Leadership I | MLSC | 1210

Open to all students. No military commitment is required. Principles of effective leadership; reinforcement of self-confidence through participation in physically and mentally challenging training with upper division ROTC students; development of communication skills to improve individual performance and group interaction. Relate ethical values to the effectiveness of leadership. Survival skills and self-defense. Cooperative program with the University of Houston Army ROTC department.

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Military Leadership II | MLSC | 1220

Continuation of MLSC 1210. Cooperative program with the University of Houston Army ROTC department.

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Millinery | FSHD | 1235

A study of the basic skills and methods used to create hats. An application of the techniques used to design and produce hats for fashion, theater, historic reproduction and educational instruction purposes.

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