Computer skills are needed in most professions, and basic computer courses are required for the majority of college majors. Courses offered by the Computer Skills and Applications (CSA) Department serve a broad cross section of student needs at Greenville Technical College. CPT 101
is the introductory course, covering computer history, theory and applications. CPT 270 (Advanced Microcomputer Applications) will give more hands-on instruction, and you’ll learn the fundamental navigation of the software applications used in business today. The department continually revises the curriculum to ensure course content is current.
What you’ll learn in the program
CSA assesses the skill level students have when beginning their studies, offering developmental courses to get up to speed when needed. The department also gives students the option of a Computer Skills and Applications Certificate, which is a broad, basic program of study. Many times, a student’s success in Introduction to Computers (CPT 101) will determine his or her success in any course that has a computer component and ultimately in a student’s chosen field of study.
Greenville Technical College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates.