Before you can register for credit classes, you are required to demonstrate certain computer skills to ensure that you can use technology as a learning tool.
You can meet the computer literacy requirement by passing the ACCUPLACER Computer Skills Placement Test or completing one of several computer courses. The ACCUPLACER Computer Skills Placement Test is available at no charge to give you information that will help you and an advisor select your course of study.
Here’s how it works:
If you are uncertain about your computer literacy skills and feel that a computer science class will be helpful to your college experience, you do not need to take the Computer Skills Placement Test. Visit with your advisor to explore your computer science course options.
Here are resources that describe the Computer Skills Placement Test objectives and provide you practice before taking the test:
See our official catalog for more information about the
Core Curriculum and Pre-Core requirements.