This course is an introduction to computer sciences. It focuses on understanding how computers work and the relation between their operation and their hardware and software. This course illustrates how software is used in word processing, creating spreadsheets, and designing databases and presentations. The course starts by familiarizing students with the definition of a computer, outlining the most important hardware used for input, output, processing and storage and discussing the relation between IT and the community, the problems related to the use of computers, precautions observed when using them and the attention paid to information confidentiality and security. Besides, the course offers students exposure to the privacy concerns related to using the computer, viruses and relevant means of protection, security of software and data, and the ethics and morals of using the computer. Finally, the course presents the commonly-used programs and their application by featuring the most recent software.