Adult High School Computer Applications (HSCA)

High School Courses

HSCA 010 Learning Skills: PowerPoint (2 Units)

Hours: 30 (30 lecture)

Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of Microsoft Office PowerPoint. Topics covered include formatting and designing slides, creating and presenting slideshow presentations, and using templates, sound effects and images. Software based quizzes, instructor conferencing and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This course is offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those seeking to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School (AHS) program. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA 020 Learning Skills: Access (2 Units)

Hours: 30 (30 lecture)

Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of Microsoft Office Access. Topics covered include designing and managing databases, using macros and queries to manage data, designing forms and creating reports. Software based quizzes, instructor conferencing and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This course is offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those seeking to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School (AHS) program. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA 030 Learning Skills: Outlook (2 Units)

Hours: 30 (30 lecture)

Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of Microsoft Office Outlook. Topics covered include designing and managing personal calendars and schedules, using and maintaining inboxes and contacts, and scheduling tasks. Software based quizzes, instructor conferencing and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This course is offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those seeking to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School (AHS) program. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA 040 Learning Skills: Excel (2 Units)

Hours: 30 (30 lecture)

Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of Microsoft Office Excel. Topics covered include designing and managing spreadsheets, using spreadsheets to manage data, and creating charts, graphs, formulas and functions. Software based quizzes, instructor conferencing and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This course is offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those seeking to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School (AHS) program. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA 050 Learning Skills: Word Basics (2 Units)

Hours: 30 (30 lecture)

Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of Microsoft Office Word. Topics covered include document formatting and editing, creating tables and templates and collaborating on the production of documents. Software based quizzes, instructor conferencing and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This course is offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those seeking to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School (AHS) program. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA NC010 Learning Skills: PowerPoint (1-2 Units)

Hours: 40 (40 lecture)

Using software tutorials, this Adult High School course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to utilize Microsoft Office PowerPoint. Topics include formatting and designing slides, creating and presenting slideshow presentations, and using templates, sound effects and images. Software-based quizzes and individualized final projects measure skill mastery. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA NC020 Learning Skills: Access (1-2 Units)

Hours: 40 (40 lecture)

Using software tutorials, this competency-based Adult High School course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of Microsoft Office Access. Topics include designing and managing databases, using macros and queries to manage data, designing forms and creating reports. Software based quizzes and individualized final projects measure skill mastery. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA NC030 Learning Skills: Outlook (1-2 Units)

Hours: 40 (40 lecture)

Using software tutorials, this competency-based Adult High School course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of Microsoft Office Outlook. Topics include designing and managing personal calendars and schedules, using and maintaining inboxes and contacts and scheduling tasks. Software-based quizzes and individualized final projects measure skill mastery. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA NC040 Learning Skills: Excel (1-2 Units)

Hours: 40 (40 lecture)

Using software tutorials, this Adult High School course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to effectively utilize Microsoft Office Excel. Topics include designing and managing spreadsheets, using spreadsheets to manage data, and creating charts, graphs, formulas and functions. Software-based quizzes and individualized final projects measure skill mastery. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective

HSCA NC050 Learning Skills: Word Basics (1-2 Units)

Hours: 40 (40 lecture)

Using software tutorials, this Adult High School course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to effectively utilize Microsoft Office Word. Topics include document formatting and editing, creating tables and templates, and collaborating on the production of documents. Software-based quizzes and individualized final projects measure skill mastery. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Elective