Computer Information Systems (CIS) is a program for students interested in the application of computer hardware and software to business. CIS courses prepare students for entry-level positions in programming, networking, or computer support. These courses may be used for job advancement, an Associate Degree or Certificate of Competency, or transfer to a four-year institution. CIS courses cover major programming languages (Visual BASIC, C++, Java) as well as software used in business for database management, spreadsheets, and networking. The introductory course for the CIS program is Business 150.
Computer Information Systems Degree (11902) and Certificate of Achievement (21647)
Accounting 101, Financial Accounting
Business 150, Introduction to Information Systems and Applications
Computer Information Systems 106, Microsoft Excel
Computer Science 105, Visual BASIC Programming
Computer Science 112, Java Programming
Computer Science 120, Introduction to Programming
Select one course from the following electives:
Computer Information Systems 103, 108, 110, 130,132, 203
Computer Science 121, 205, 213.