Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-13

IT 205 Computer Technology

Examines how computers work, including the components of technology: hardware, operating systems, storage, and networking, and how these components work together to support information technology applications. Students troubleshoot, repair, configure, and upgrade computer systems in a hands-on environment. It includes the application of Boolean algebra to basic digital circuits. The course is designed to prepare students with the knowledge necessary to pass the CompTia A+ certification, a prerequisite for preparing for a career in computer support and maintenance. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: INQ. (3)

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