Solano College Business, Computer Science and Career Technical Education

Prof. Adrienne Cary

  • Email: Adrienne.Cary@Solano.edu
  • Phone: (707) 864-7000 ext. 4637
  • Office Hours: 10:00 - 11:30 am Monday and Wednesday; room 522
  • Virtual Office Hours: Saturday 9:00 -11:00 am (online)
  • Lab hours : TBD

Business 100 Work Readiness

This course covers the process of assessing the job market and completing a resume and application. Topics include how to be successful on the job and to gain satisfaction and rewards from work. The skills needed in the workplace are emphasized along with the social and communication skills, personal characteristics and habits, and expectations of the employer.

Required text: Your Career How to Make it Happen; 7th edition or later. Levitt, Harwood. ISBN 978-0-538-730099-0. The book can be purchased new or used from the Solano bookstore or from the publisher

RE 164 California Real Estate Practice

A comprehensive study of the techniques used to successfully operate a real estate business. Includes office management administration, in-service training of associate licensees, legal and statutory compliance, and agency and other oversights. Designed for students needing course for continuing education as required by the Department of Real Estate.

Required text: California Real Estate Practice seventh edition. ISBN 978-1-939259-69-1. The book may be purchased from the Solano bookstore or directly from the publisher

RE 164 Principles of California Real Estate

This course covers the study of the characteristics of real estate from physical, legal, and economic standpoints. Course material is designed to assist those preparing for the real estate salespersons and brokers license examination.

Required text: Principles of California Real Estate, seventeenth edition. ISBN 978-1-939259-60-8. The book may be purchased form the Solano bookstore or directly from the publisher.

CIS 050 Microcomputers Applications

This course will serve as an introduction to microcomputers and the more frequently used applications software. The course is designed for the microcomputer user who is not a computer science major. The purpose of this course is to help students to understand the concepts and fundamentals of working with: an operating system with its associated graphical user interface, word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentation software.

Required text: GO! with Microsoft Office 2016, Volume 1. ISBN 978-0-13-432077-9. The book may be purchase from the Solano bookstore or directly from the pubisher

CIS 061 Creating Web Pages

This course is designed to prepare students to develop and publish interactive websites. Students will learn how to use responsive features to design web pages that display well in desktop, tablet, and mobile browsers.

OT 060 Administrative Medical Assisting

This course introduces the student to the responsibilities of an Administrative Medical Office Assistant including: HIPPA (legal and ethical considerations), interpersonal-skills, scheduling appointments in person and by telephone, records and file management, written communications, and financial duties. This course will be offered in the Learning Community for the Medical Front Office Clerk Program. It may also be offered as a course which could be taken in conjunction with the Medical Office Specialist Program.

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