Computer and Statistics Center

 


Optional courses

The Center offers free non-grade courses all year round. Upon succesful completion of the courses' requirements, the students receive a certificate issued by the CSC. Signing up for courses via the University Information System (InfoSys) will add the course status (Pass/Fail) to the student's final transcript of records.

Registration: The members of the CEU community can register for our courses via the UIS (this link is accessible only from within the CEU network). Please note that the places for each course are limited. If you would like to join a course and the registration period on the UIS has ended, be advised that the free places (if any) will be advertised through sign-up sheets before the course starts.

Upcoming courses

Winter Term courses

Detailed schedule of the courses offered by the CEU Computer and Statistics Center.

Introduction to Statistics with Excel (JAN 11 - APR 5, 16.00 - 17.30 weekly on Wednesdays).
Basics for probability and statistics by experiments.

SPSS (Group 1: JAN 16 - 26 each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday ; Group 2: FEB 27 - MAR 9 each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday , 16.30-18.00, each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, Green lab), Handle statistical data on your own by getting familiar with the most frequent applications of SPSS.

MS Power Point (JAN 17 - 19, 16.30-17.30 Daily).
Learn to create and manage efficient presentations, including organization charts and dynamic elements.

MS Word for Academic Writing (JAN 31 - FEB 2, 16.30-17.30 Daily).
Intermediate level tools of text and document formatting of MS Word.

EndNote (FEB 14 - 16, 16.30-17.30 Daily).
Organize your references and bibliographies by using EndNote.

MS Excel for Absolute Beginners (FEB 28 - MAR 2, 16.30-17.30 Daily)
Introduction to Excel for the beginner user covering some intermediary topics as well, such as: working with tables, creating charts, use of functions and formulae.

Webpage Creation for Beginners (MAR 13-14, 16 - 17, 16.30-17.30 Daily)
Introduction to Excel for the beginner user covering some intermediary topics as well, such as: working with tables, creating charts, use of functions and formulae.

Introduction to Prezi (NOV 28 - DEC 1, 16.30-17.30 Daily)
Introduction to Excel for the beginner user covering some intermediary topics as well, such as: working with tables, creating charts, use of functions and formulae.

All courses

Below please find a list of all courses at the CSC.

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Pre-session courses

CEU Computer Orientation.
Pre-session TeX course for mathematics students.

HTML / Web & Graphic Design courses

WebPage Creation 1 (Web1 - beginner)
WebPage Creation 2 (Web 2 - intermediate)
Practical Graphic Design Basics

MS Office

MS Excel for Beginners
MS Excel Advanced
MS Excel - Statistical Methods
MS PowerPoint - Guides for Good Presentations
MS Word for Academic Writing
MS Access 2007

Bibliography & reference organizer

EndNote - Bibliographies Fast and Easy (References management)

Research

Statistics Primer
Introduction to Statistics with Excel
Introduction to SPSS
Statistical Methods and Calculations with Excel

Other

ETD - Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Info Session

Linux for Beginners
TeX (Typesetting Language)
Introduction to Cryptography
Information Society
Formal Logic

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