Computer Information Systems
The Computer Information Systems program is specifically designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in fields related to Information Technology. The curriculum offers flexibility in meeting students’ career needs. This course of study leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems. Various credit diplomas are also offered.
Students must take courses from at least two of the following disciplines for a minimum total of 35 credit hours. All courses must be approved by a program faculty advisor.
Advisor-approved maximum of 9 credit hours.
- Cisco Networking
Adviser-approved courses in the Cisco Networking Certificates
- Computer Security
Adviser-approved courses in the Computer Security Certificate
- Computer Support Specialist
Adviser-approved courses in the Computer Support Specialist Certificate
- Computer Technician
Adviser-approved courses in the Computer Technician Certificate
- Linux Systems
Advisor-approved courses in the Linux Systems Certificate
Adviser-approved courses with an MSFT prefix.
- Office Application Specialist
Adviser-approved courses in the Office Application Specialist Certificate
Adviser-approved courses in the Programmer Certificate
- Web Design
Adviser-approved courses in the Web Design Certificate
Please note that courses within each certificate may have prerequisites. Be sure to check the course listings for these course prerequisites. All certificates can be applied to the Computer Information Systems Associate of Applied Science degree.