Computer Information Systems
The Computer Information Systems program is designed to prepare students for careers in the exciting Information Technology fields such as programming, software engineering, database administration, computer networking, multimedia programming, and web programming technologies. Microcomputer usage continues to grow at an ever increasing pace as does the demand for workers with solid technical skills and knowledge of programming, networking, and website development and management. The primary goal of the program is to prepare students for entry-level employment as well as providing marketable career advancement knowledge and skills. Students with interest in transferring to an Information Systems program at four-year institutions should consult with the Counseling department for needed course work.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
Upon completion of the Degree/Certificate program, students are able to:
- Create, debug, and comment computer programming codes in order to integrate multiple language constructs in a single project.
- Create business applications using advanced computer software.
- Identify and describe computer hardware, networking concepts, and computer software.
|Award Title||Award Type||Required Course Units||Total Major Units||GE Units|
|Computer Information Systems||AS||21||45||21|
|Computer Information Systems||C||21||45|