COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
The Computer Information Systems program prepares students to work as computer network specialists or in their own networking and repair businesses. Students will learn to install, configure and troubleshoot computer networks. Individuals with the skills to design, implement and maintain computer networks are in high demand. Students in this program are required to submit a graduation portfolio. Contact the program instructor(s) for more information.
Nature of Work
Computer networking specialists provide a variety of services, from design to administration of the local area network which connects staff within an organization. These individuals oversee the network and its computing environment, including hardware, systems software, applications software and all other computer-related configurations.
Certificates and Degree
The Computer Information System program offers an Associate in Applied Science degree with connecting certificates. This program is part of the Information Technology Career Cluster.