BCA-125: Introduction to the Internet and Web Pages

This course is INACTIVE
Business, Entrepreneurship, and Professional Development
Business & Economics
Business Software Applications
Academic Level
Course Subject
Business Computer Applications
Course Number
Course Title
Introduction to the Internet and Web Pages
Credit Hours
Instructor Contact Hours Per Semester
47.00 (for 15-week classes)
Student Contact Hours Per Semester
47.00 (for 15-week classes)
Grading Method
Completion of CIS-100 class OR completion of a high school computing course AND eligible to take ENG courses at HFC
Catalog Course Description

Covers popular Internet topics such as communicating online, portals, research and reference tools, and shopping sites. Uses Web-page software to design and create web pages. Introduces the Internet and the creation and design of web pages with the focus on maintenance and modification of web pages.

Goals, Topics, and Objectives

Core Course Topics
  1. Internet and Browser Basics.

    a. Explain the purpose of browsers; use a browser.

  2. Search Engines and Overview of World Wide Web (WWW).

    a. Explain the purpose of search engines.
    b. Compare and contrast the most popular search engines.
    c. Use search engines, and compare search results.

  3. Communication Tools Online.

    a. Use e-mail software incorporating spam control and file attachments.
    b. Critique the use of wikis and blogs.
    c. Critique the use of social media when job hunting.

  4. Introduction to Web Design.

    a. Design a web page.

  5. Creation and Publication of Pages.

    a. Create and produce a web page using a software package.

  6. Links, Images, and Lists.

    a. Use advanced features to design a web page.

  7. Advance Web Design Features.

    a. Integrate links, bullets, templates, and graphics into website designs.

General Information

This course is being deactivated because the only program that it is required for is the Computer Software Applications Certificate, which is being deactivated. Students currently in need of this course will have a completion plan written.

Assessment and Requirements

Assessment of Academic Achievement

Students will be assessed through tests, quizzes, homework, & use of a computer and web-page software in the classroom, and/or class participation.


Satisfies Wellness Requirement

Credit for Prior College-Level Learning

Options for Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
Skilled Demonstration

Approval Dates

Effective Term
Winter 2024
Deactivation Date
ILT Approval Date
AALC Approval Date
Curriculum Committee Approval Date