Basic Computer Competencies
Southern Adventist University defines computer competencies as including both concept-based competencies and skill-based competencies.
Concept-based computer competencies are demonstrated by:
- Taking or challenging CPTE 100
- Passing the concept-based computer competency exam administered by the School of Computing (see "Course Challenge or Waiver")
- Taking BUAD 317, CPTR 103, or EDUC 319
Skill-based computer competencies are demonstrated by:
- Taking or challenging two credit hours or more in computer skill-building courses that cover different application areas
- Passing two different skill-based computer competency exams administrated by the School of Computing
- A combination of the above
The computer skill-building courses are CPTE 105, 106, 107, 109, 110, 205, 245/345; ARTG 115 and BUAD 104 (covers skilled areas), BUAD 105, 245/345; EDUC 319; MUED 250; TECH 248.