The Information Systems Program offers students specialization in the technical aspects of computers. Emphasis is placed on troubleshooting and repairing desktop computers and installing, troubleshooting, and administering a local area network. Students receive hands-on experience in these areas.

TUITION & FEES

Estimated cost including in-state tuition, fees,
books & supplies: $6,460.00

START DATES

Fall

PROGRAM LENGTH

Two semesters &
one summer term

APPLICATION DATES

February 1 – May 31

CLASS HOURS

MON – FRI 8:00am – 11:00am
MON – FRI 12:00pm – 3:00pm

COURSE CURRICULUM

WHY CONSIDER A CAREER IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS FIELD?

Information Systems careers are available in practically every industry.  There is a high demand for skilled Information Technology (IT) professionals.  IT professionals are involved with designing, developing, supporting and managing computer software, computer hardware as well as information networks, including the Web.

COMPLETION
PLACEMENT

JOB POSSIBILITIES

Career opportunities for graduates of the Information Systems program include:

  • Computer Repair
  • Network Support
  • Desktop Support/Help Desk
  • Network Administration/Maintenance

BRANDON WHEELER
Instructor