Computer Science


Welcome Transfer Students

A Warm Welcome To Our Transfer Students

Transfer Competencies: The following links help to reinforce some of the more advanced concepts in several of our introductory courses. If you have transferred any of these courses to Clarke, it is strongly advised that you review these concepts to assure your mastery of these topics to better prepare yourself for more advanced courses. Should you have any concerns or questions, please contact your advisor.

Word 2013 (Related to CIS 101 and CIS 107)

Working with Watermarks
Collapsible Headings
Mail Merge
Working in Word Count
Track Changes
Working with Tables

PowerPoint 2013 (Related to CIS 101 and CIS 107)

Create your first PowerPoint Presentation
Use Presenter View
Working with Watermark
Work with handout master
Animate pictures, clip art, text, and other objects
Design motion paths
Trigger an animation effect
Use slide masters to customize a presentation

Excel 2013 (Related to CIS 101 and CIS 108)

Add numbers to Excel 2013
Basic maths in Excel 2013
Create your first Excel workbook
Freeze or lock panes
Understand and use cell references
Use AutoFill and Flash Fill
Add or subtract time
Average a group of numbers
Advanced conditional formatting to the next level
Use conditional formatting
VLOOKUP when and how to use it
IF functions
Create and manage drop-down lists
Working with Macros

Access 2013 (Related to CIS 101 and CIS 108)

Stop and query from asking for input
Use criteria in your Access 2013 queries
Use parameter queries to filter query results
Use Update queries to change data
Using date criteria in queries

Computer Architecture (Related to CIS 103)

Basic Computer Components
Memory types
RAM types
Processor components and functions
Processor Socket types
Computer Hardware and Firmware

Visual Basic (Related to CIS 211)

Building a simple program
Variable Scopes
Conditional IF
Repetitions (loops)
Do while loop

Software Development (Related to CIS 220)

Software Design
Software Testing
Microsoft Robotics studio for system development
Pert Chart Tutorials for project scheduling and risk analysis

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  • Arts at Clarke 2016
  • Transfer Fall 2015