Programs of Study
Computer Information Systems
Prerequisite to enrollment in degree plan: POFT 1127 or equivalent keyboarding skills, COSC 1401 Introduction to Computer and Information Science or ITSC 1401 Introduction to Computers and ITSE 1449 Programming Logic and Design.
Specialization in Computer Information Systems prepares the student for employment in information technology as software and hardware technicians, software developers, network technicians and web specialists. Satisfactory completion of the curriculum will qualify the student to receive the Associate of Applied Science degree.
Program advisor on the Level land Campus and SPC Reese Center is Ann Gregory, Business Administration/CIS Department Chairperson. Program advisor at the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center is Wayne Snelling, assistant professor of computer information systems.