COMPUTERS AND APPLIED TECHNOLOGY (CAT)
Professor Margaret Rice, Coordinator
Office: 204 Wilson Hall
CAT 100 Computer Concepts and Applications. Three hours.
Fundamentals of computer use in education, including software applications, keyboard functions, peripherals, utilities, and software.
CAT 200 Computer Education Applications. Three hours.
Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or above in CS 110 or BCT 100.
Computer applications in education. Includes problem solving using Apple Macintosh hardware and software.
CAT 250 Computer Education: Curriculum Development. Three hours.
Prerequisites: BCT 300 and grade of "C" or above in CS 110 or BCT 100.
Application of IBM computer technology to modules of instruction via CAI (drill and practice, tutorial, simulations, and problem solving).
CAT 420 Computer Graphics in Education. Three hours.
CAT 450 Interactive Video Instruction in Education. Three hours.