2013 Excel Course Information
Welcome to CISA 167, Introductory to Excel for Business Professionals Webpage. There are two sections of this 9-week course. Neither section requires a face-to-face orientation. Therefore, it is up to each student to read over ALL of the course materials to begin the online course. Please view the Online Presentation for specific information on how to login to your Blackboard class section to begin this class. NOTE: To do the extra credit exercises and final course project, you must have Microsoft Excel 2010 installed on your home computer or have access to a computer with it. All weekly homework will be done within the myitlab simulation software.
Intro Excel for Business Professionals
CISA 167 1.0 unit
Students will design and create professional, well-organized spreadsheets for the business and home environment using Microsoft Excel. This introductory class will focus on preparing and formatting spreadsheets, inserting formulas, moving data within and between workbooks, and creating charts.
Section #53059 01/23/2013 TO 03/20/2013
Section # 57213 04/03/2013 TO 05/29/2013
Online. Late Start. This course requires a custom textbook available at the NVC Bookstore.
Course Syllabus Spring 2013
Online PowerPoint Orientation -Click Here to Learn How to Login to your Blackboard Course!
Course Recap Sheet Section #53059
Course Recap Sheet Section #57213
Frequently Asked Questions (How to purchase textbook and software to begin course).
Professor Julie Hall, MBA, Ph.D. (ABD)
Professor of Business & Office Administration
Program Coordinator for Business Administration