The Division of Continuing
Education offers a variety of computer courses for the beginning PC
user to courses in a variety of software applications. Evening classes are typically scheduled from 6:30PM
to 9:30PM. However, courses are scheduled at various times. Courses are
offered in outlying parts of the service area. It is highly recommended that
students have either taken Introduction to Windows or have a working
knowledge of Windows prior to taking program application courses.
Examples of frequently offered courses are listed below.
- Intro to Computers
- Internet Basics
- Intro to Windows XP
- Microsoft Works
- Microsoft Word & Excel
- Web Page Design
For additional information please contact
David Crosby at 940-6262.
Online Computer Courses
These courses are designed to meet students needs and interests by enabling learners to
take classes in the comfort of their own homes. Study at a time that is most convenient
for you, without the need for attending classes on campus. If you do not have the
necessary equipment for online courses and live in the Beaufort County Community College
Service area, you may use Brown Library, Pettigrew Libraries in Plymouth and Columbia as
well as BCCC Library to take these courses. [BCCCs Project PLACE (Public Library
Access to College Education,) provides Internet ready equipment available for
accessing online classes.] For a complete listing of online course
offerings, check out our website at
Then click on Distance Learning, Continuing Education Online
QuickBooks is designed for the small to medium sized business owner who enjoys
Quickens ease of use but prefers a more traditional approach to accounting. Easily
set up a chart of accounts, reconcile checking accounts, create and print invoices,
receipts, accounts receivable and statements. In addition, track payables, inventory,
create estimates and more.
For this class Students will need QuickBooks 4.0 or 5.0 or 6.0 or QuickBooks Pro 4.0 or
5.0 or 6.0. You may order the full-featured trial version (good for 25 sessions) at no
charge. Students will also need Internet access, email, and the Microsoft Internet
Explorer or Netscape Navigator web browser.