See list of Department Chairs on the Personnel page.
The CIS program prepares you for careers in computers cience, computer networking, and electronic commerce. The AAS Degree with an emphasis in local area networking prepares you to work as a network technician on small and large networks. You may also administer smaller networks as a System Administrator. The AGS Degree with an emphasis in Computer Information Systems prepares you to transfer to a university to continue studies in Computer Science or Computer Information Systems.
The CIS program provides training in basic technical computer and networking skills. You will study computer networking, programming and database technologies along with classes that teach the technical aspects of the Internet and data communications. Note: Students interested in transferring to a baccalaureate program in Computer Information Systems should refer to the Transfer Degree Section.