Any students graduating with an Associate Degree (AA, AAS, AE, and AS) must demonstrate computer competency before they graduate, and it is strongly suggested that such proficiency be demonstrated within the first 15 credits hours of coursework.
CISA 101, Computer Literacy Skill Development, meets this graduation requirement if students complete the course with a C grade or better. Students earning a D grade will receive credit for the class but will need to either repeat the class or complete the CSA exams to meet the graduation requirement. Classes are offered in a variety of ways; as a traditional class, as an online class, as a hybrid class with some instruction offered online and some in the classroom and as an evening class.
Information about Computer Literacy at the College of Southern Idaho can be accessed at http://computerliteracy.csi.edu/