Credit by Special
Computer Orientation- CSCI 1150
Students who have had extensive experience using computer applications and with understanding computer concepts can obtain credit for Computer Orientation – CSCI 1150 by taking the "Credit by Special Examination". A score of 70% or higher must be achieved in written test, and successful completion of Office 2013 projects in order to receive credit for the course.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. When will the test be given?
Date for the Spring 2018 exam is:
March 20 (Tuesday), 9:30 – 12:30 p.m. in KOM 361-E.
2. What will the test cover? In order to pass the special exam, students should:
2. How do students arrange to take the test?
Students wishing to take the special exam must obtain form and pay at the SSAC Room 120 and then arrange with Dr. Yoo in the Computer Science Department (email@example.com) to take the test. NOTE: Students will not be allowed to take the test unless they have pre-registered with Dr. Yoo. The $60.00 fee you are paying goes to University, NOT to Dr. Yoo.
4. What materials should be brought to the testing site?
5. How do I pre-register to take the exam?
Read page “Credit by Special Exam” first. Come by Dr. Yoo's office (KOM 361-E) or email Dr. Yoo (firstname.lastname@example.org) to take the test. Also, bring verification of paid fees to make your request official.
6. What questions should I expect on the exam?
The test is divided up into two parts. Part 1 will contain multiple choice, fill-in-the-blanks and true and false questions related to computer concepts and applications. A grade of 70% must be achieved on this aspect of the test. Part 2 will consist of several hands-on-projects related to Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint and their integration. Students must satisfactorily complete this portion of the exam also to receive credit for the course. It is suggested that students view projects listed in the "Microsoft Office 2013- Illustrated Series" lab book used in the CSCI 1150 course to determine what type of projects may be required.