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National College Credit Recommendation Service
Allied Business Schools, Inc. | Evaluated Learning Experience
Microsoft Excel 2010
Various, distance learning format.
March 2007 - December 2014.
Students will be able to: analyze and use data and formulas, identify spreadsheet software, create, edit, copy and move cell entries, create complex formulas, determine relative and absolute cell references, apply conditioning formatting, produce and add format worksheets, tables, and charts, build a logical formula with the IF and the "AND" function, insert hyperlinks, develop formulas in a table, create PivotCharts, PivotTables, and Trendlines, create a custom filter.
This course combines text and technology to create learning experiences using interactive textbook readings followed by open-book concepts review, skills review, and other challenging exercises. Other instructional methods include reading assignments, unit exercises, course projects, final project, and final exam.
In the lower division associate/baccalaureate degree category, 2 semester hours in Microsoft Excel 2010 (3/12).