Are you interested in working in the computing field or updating your current skillset? The Computer Information Systems department offers degrees and certificates designed to provide students with the skills necessary to obtain jobs and update skills in the current computing industry and environment or transfer to four year school programs in the areas of Information Technology and Computer Science. A broad range of coursework is available for students with no previous computing experience or experienced IT professionals.
Cybersecurity and Information AssuranceRegister for Spring 2017!CIS-101 Introduction to Computer ScienceCIS-150 Computer Systems ApplicationsCIS-105 A+ PC Hardware & SoftwareCIS-106 A+ PC Maintenance & RepairIntroduction to LinuxLAN Administration: Windows ClientWindows Command ProcessingBig Data, Data Science and Database DevelopmentDiscrete Math for Computing
System AdministrationCIS-105 A+ PC Hardware and SoftwareCIS-106 A+ PC Maintenance & RepairCIS-119 Windows CIS-174 Local Area Network Administration: Windows ClientCIS-177 Introduction to Linux
NetworkingRegister for Spring 2017!CIS-174 Local Area Network Administration: Windows ClientCIS-210 Data Comm & Networking Fund
Web Development and ProgrammingRegister for Spring 2017!CIS-189-001 Internet FoundationsCIS-190-001 Web Site DevelopmentIntroduction to ProgrammingDiscrete Math for Computing
Software Development and ProgrammingRegister for Spring 2017!Introduction to ProgrammingProgramming for EngineersCIS-255 C++ ProgrammingDiscrete Math for Computing Microsoft Office CoursesCIS-140 Microsoft Word ICIS-142 Microsoft Word II CIS-150 Computer Systems ApplicationsCIS-155 Microsoft Excel ICIS-161 Microsoft Excel II CIS-157-001 Microsoft Access I
Degrees • Computer Information Systems Degree (Associate in Applied Science - C207A) • Computer Network and Telecom Systems Degree (Associate in Applied Science - C207F) • Computer Science (Information Systems) Degree (Associate in Science - U230A11) • Computer Science (Technical) Degree (Associate in Science - U230A12) Four-year schools differ greatly in their requirements, students should select courses from the general education requirements and electives list that will best fit the program of the school to which they intend to transfer.
• A+ Microcomputer Technician Certificate - C407N
• Mobile, Web & Data Science Application Development - C407T
• Network Management Certificate - C407M • Office Applications - Prep for Microsoft Certification - C407O • Web Technologies Certificate - C407J • Windows Programming Advanced Certificate - C515C
Courses • Computer Information Systems Courses
Curriculum/Plan of StudyC207A, C407P, C407Q, C407O, C407R, C407J, C515C, C207F, C407N, C407M
FAQStudents should contact Dr. Anderson at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3349 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for all program related questions.
D. Lenier AndersonTenured FacultyOffice: M-101(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3349 email@example.com
Scott ThesenFacultyOffice: M-110(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3968 firstname.lastname@example.org Michael McGuireFacultyOffice: M-110(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3968 email@example.com
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