Degree Information

The associate of science degree in computer information systems can lead to employment as entry-level programmers, network administrators, or Web application specialists. It is also the foundation for four-year college studies in  business administration, computer information systems and computer science.

A student receiving a degree/certificate in this field will be able to:

  • Apply analytical and logical thinking to gathering and analyzing information, designing and testing solutions to problems, and formulating plans
  • Discuss the impact of information technology on society and the workplace
  • Work collaboratively in a team setting
  • Select and evaluate appropriate written communication strategies and styles for a specific purpose
  • Demonstrate knowledge of individual parts that make up a stand-alone PC computer system, and the relationships between components 
  • Create and maintain Web pages 
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the overall design and components of a LAN and WAN system

2017-2018 Major Sheet - AS (pdf)
2016-2017 Major Sheet - AS (pdf)
 

Course Offerings

Computer Information Systems courses are offered during the Summer 2018 semester.
Computer Information Systems courses are offered during the Fall 2018 semester.

Please see the College Catalog for additional information and requirements.