Mission College Computer Applications

Student looking at computer

Highlights

The Computer Applications Department at Mission is designed to provide skills necessary for success in the 21st century workplace. This includes a focus on

  • Office Productivity
  • Mobile/web applications and cloud technologies

The Office Productivity area is designed to provide skills necessary for success in an ever evolving workplace setting.

The Mobile/Web applications and Cloud Technologies area provides skills necessary to effectively extend workplace collaboration, communication, and knowledge.

  • Students can take classes on a wide range of application packages offered for the whole semester, online, and for short time periods (five to six weeks).
  • Students can earn a variety of certificates and degrees.
  • Instructors have strong computer backgrounds who care about your success.
  • Classes are offered at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels.
  • There are opportunities to apply your knowledge and skills through internships.
Career Options:
  • Business Information Worker
  • Office Manager
  • Help Desk Support
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Web Developer

Some career options may require more than two years of college study.

Spring 2018 (Late Start courses)
Starting week of March 12

Still room and time to sign up! But do it this week!

MS Office 2016 Courses

  • CAP 046E  Intermediate MS PowerPoint  1.0 units Section 31384 (online)  Contact judie.delfrate@missioncollege.edu for more information.
  • CAP 047  Visio for Visionaries (2.0 units) Section 32295 (online)  Orientation is Wednesday, March 14, from 5:30pm to 6:30pm in room GC-305. 
  • CAP 063B* Intermediate MS Excel (2.0 units) Online  Section 31389. Orientation is Tuesday, March 13 5:30 to 6:30pm, room GC-205.
  • CAP 071E* MS Outlook (1.0 units) Section 32294 Meets Mondays starting March 12, 6:30 to 9:40pm in room MT22. 

 For more information on CAP47, CAP63B, or CAP 71E, Contact pat.hudak@missioncollege.edu  

Google Apps and Web Courses (all online)
  • CAP 092B Google Apps for Personal Productivity (2.0 units) Section 31380.  

Contact  curtis.pembrook@missioncollege.edu for more information.


*These courses can be used to fulfill the requirements of the Business Information Worker I Pathway. Download the BIW flyer here.


Note: All CA students are welcome to use the Keyboarding/ Computer lab in GC-202 no matter which CA course they are taking.  Spring 18 lab hours are Mondays  2:30 to 5:20PM;  and Fridays 9:20 AM to 12:10PM 

 

Contact Information

Dean:
Jeff Pallin

Administrative Specialist: 
Thuy Foot 408-855-5211

Department Chair:
Pat Hudak

AS Degree
  • Office Administration
  • Office Information Systems
Certificate
  • Microsoft Office
  • Office Administration
  • Office Information Systems
Additional Catalog Information

Check catalog information for Degree/Certificate requirements and course lists.

Gainful Employment Disclosures

Microsoft Office

Office Administration

Office Information Systems 

This department maintains industry ties through an Advisory Committee.