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.
- Associate in Applied Science - Transfer Degree / Cybersecurity
- Associate in Science Degree / Computer Information Systems
- Certificate / CIS - Network Administration -- Click here for Gainful Employment details.
- Certificate / CIS - Technical Support -- Click here for Gainful Employment details.
- Certificate of Proficiency / Information Security Professional
What can I do with a CIS degree or certificate?
Quarter-by-Quarter Course Sequence
CIS Program Credentials and Partnerships
Applying to the Program
- What are the prerequisites and how do you apply to the CIS program?