Computer Literacy Courses


Weber State University now offers six non-credit, online, self-paced courses for you to expand your computer literacy skills. You will have unlimited access to video-based instruction and work-based projects and assessments. You can start and finish each course at your own pace within a six-month window. Free for faculty, staff and active students of WSU.

Members of the community - see below


WSU Staff, Faculty and Active Students
  • Workforce Ready
    Learn to reconnect to the workplace. WSU faculty, community mentors and chamber organizations will help you develop skills in communication, leadership, conflict resolution and more.
  • SQL Beginner
    Upon success completion of this milestone, students will understand concepts of Relational Database Management Systems as well as how to install and work with scripts and databases in t... Read More
  • How Programming Works
    In this class, we will be introducing how programming works. The concepts covered in this lecture include an introduction to programming; the process and steps for software development;... Read More
  • Basic Programming Concepts
    In this class, we will be introducing some very basic concepts about computer programming. The concepts covered in this lecture include introduction to programming languages, algorithms... Read More
  • Communication in the Workplace
    This class is designed to prepare students to be successful communicators in the workplace by teaching them skills such as relationship building, conflict management, business writing a... Read More
  • SQL Intermediate
    After building a foundation in SQL, learn to create subqueries, advanced subqueries, advanced joins and union queries. Learn to use keywords such as IN, EXISTS, ANY and ALL to link quer... Read More
Community Members

If you are not a current staff, faculty member or active student of Weber State, please go to the Community Education site to register for these courses.