Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
learn how to prepare for online classes.
Did you know that real computer skills involve a lot more than web surfing, emailing and texting? In today's world, the Internet can be a dangerous place. For example, someone can turn on your computer's webcam without your knowledge!
Phones and tablets are hot items, but what can happen if you lose yours? How do you stay safe online?
Brookhaven College offers several three- and four-credit hour introductory courses covering the basics of computers and their use. They are available in full semester, minimester, self-paced and online sections. If you feel uneasy around computers and would like to know more, then sign up for a class.
In lecture, you'll learn:
In lab, you'll learn:
Approximately three to four hours of lab work per week is required for a standard semester Computer Literacy course. This course is supported by a dedicated lab featuring high-speed personal computers and up-to-date software. Lab assistants are always on hand to assist you with problems or questions about the labs.
There are four introductory course numbers —
ITSC 1401 and
BCIS 1405— and they are NOT interchangeable.
Please refer to the current Brookhaven College
credit course schedule or the
noncredit course schedule for specific course dates an times.
For questions or more information, please contact the CIT lab:Bldg. K, Room K103972-860-4955bhcCIT@dcccd.edu