Computer Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Do I have to take prerequisite classes?
A prerequisite is a class, test or other requirement that must be completed before a student can take a higher level course. A co-requisite is a course that must be taken during the same semester as another course. Prerequisites are set for student success, and are the core credits you need to graduate. If you still feel you know the information that is going to be covered in the prerequisite class, you can contact Admissions and Records and ask about the Challenge Exam process. Or, you can contact the instructor of the class to ask permission to enroll in the class. However, you might need the prerequisite class/credit to graduate.
Does TMCC offer computer workshops?
Computer workshops are offered through Workforce Development and Continuing Education located at the Meadowood center. Students can contact Workforce Development and Continuing Education at 775-829-9010 for more information.
Does TMCC offer distance education courses?
What are the hours of the general access lab?
The general access lab is located in the Sierra Building in room 109. We also have a general access lab at the Meadowood Center, room MDWS 124. Please see our current hours of operation for further details.
When are your computer classes offered and how long are the classes?
Computer classes are offered every fall and spring semester. See the current class schedule for computer technologies classes.
Where do I go for certification testing?
Which classes do I need to receive a degree or certificate in computer technology?
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