The Computer Information Systems (CIS) program offers an Associate of Science Professional/Technical degree that prepares students for the fields of Technical Support, Networking, or Information Security, as well as an Associate in Applied Science - Transfer (AAS-T) degree in Cybersecurity that prepares students to enter the workforce in a variety of high-demand security-related fields or apply to transfer to four-year degree programs at certain colleges and universities.

In addition to the degree options, there are also two 46-58 credit certificates available: Network Administration and Technical Support. As part of their program, students completing the Technical Support certificate will be prepared to take the Comp TIA A+ certification exam. Students completing the Network Administration certificate will be prepared for the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) exam.

Students may also complete the Certificate of Proficiency/CIS Information Systems Security, which is certified as mapping to the CNSS (Committee on National Security Systems) National Standards 4011 and 4013.

Degree Information

What can I do with a CIS degree or certificate?

The CIS program is designed to prepare students for careers in...

Costs

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Quarter-by-Quarter Course Sequence

A sample CIS course sequence includes...

CIS Program Credentials and Partnerships

The CIS program is a CISCO Networking Academy and is one of only four colleges in Washington State...

Applying to the Program

 

 

CyberWatch West
Cisco Networking Academy
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
National Security Agency
Committee on National Security Systems
National CyberWatch Center