Programming Lab

   
Location:  Edward and Cathryn Rasmuson Hall - RH 216
Maintained By:  College of Business & Public Policy
Staffing:  Staffed
Access:  Restricted

Overview | Schedule | Resources

 

Lab Introduction

CBPP Programming Lab (RH 216)The Programming Laboratory is located in the Edward and Cathryn Rasmuson Hall (RH), room 216. (view Campus Map)

The lab has Windows workstations with common software applications used for word processing, spreadsheets, publishing, and presentations, as well as course specific software. The lab is open only for CBPP department scheduled courses.

The lab also functions as part of the open lab when classes are not being held. A student must be currently registered in a CBPP class to use the lab. Registration in a CBPP class incurs a one-time mandatory lab fee.

 

Scheduled Hours of Operation

 SundayMonday TuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
*Note: Schedule is subject to change due to campus closures, holidays, and other events.
SpringVaries due to scheduled classes
IntersessionVaries due to scheduled classes
SpringVaries due to scheduled classes
IntersessionVaries due to scheduled classes
SpringVaries due to scheduled classes
IntersessionVaries due to scheduled classes
 

Available Resources

  • 38 - Dell Optiplex 960 (Late 2008) USFF; Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 32-bit; Intel Core 2 2.66 GHz; 4.00 GB RAM; DVD±RW; Dell LCD Display
  • 1 - Christie LW401 Data/Video Projector, connected to Instructor's podium
  • 2 - HP LaserJet P3015
 
Windows
Adobe Reader 10.x
Firefox 34.x
  Flash Player 16.x (plug-in)
  Shockwave Player 12.x (plug-in)
Google Chrome 40.x
  Flash Player 16.x (plug-in)
  Shockwave Player 12.x (plug-in)
Java 7
Java 8
Microsoft Internet Explorer 11.x
Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus
  Access
  Excel
  InfoPath Designer
  InfoPath Filler
  Lync
  OneDrive for Business
  OneNote
  Outlook
  PowerPoint
  Publisher
  Word
Microsoft Paint
Microsoft Project 2013 Professional
Microsoft Visio 2013 Professional
Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.x
Windows DVD Maker
Windows Media Center
Windows Media Player