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Computing Innovation Pathway Program
The Computing Innovation Pathway Program emerged through a sustained collaborative effort between Weber State University’s College of Engineering, Applied Science, and Technology (EAST) and the Division of Online and Continuing Education (DOCE).
Our mission is to support ESL and low-income community members who seek training, academic credentials, and career advancement in the disciplines of computing and information technology (IT). The Computing Innovation Pathway follows a stackable credential model that offers courses, badges, certificates, and degrees as participants achieve and progress in high-tech STEM-oriented careers.
Intro to Computer Skills
The Intro to Computer Skills course takes place at the WSU Community Education Center (CEC). This 11-week course offers a hands-on introduction to the foundations of computer hardware and software applications. Topics include navigating an operating system, organizing file structures, exploring the Internet, and using word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software.
This non-credit course is a great first step for students seeking training in the fields of computing and IT.