COMM 171 Desktop Computer Designing for Communication
This course introduces students to contemporary computer and design tools used in the communication field. The course is structured around a series of exercises that help students develop skills and understanding of word processing, presentation software, the Internet and desktop publishing.
2 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 to present
- Know principles of basic page layout and document design.
- Master current software applications used by communication professionals working in a variety of industries.
- Demonstrate ability to apply principles by designing several different appropriate and effective documents using the software tools, including advanced features of Microsoft Office and QuarkXpress.
- Develop skills and understanding of word processing, presentation software, the internet and desktop publishing.