Computer Information Systems/Computer Science
The College provides students with both entry and advanced computer skills and a continued path of education to meet current and future job responsibilities. Computer information systems offers high-quality instruction in current networking technology, current generation hardware, and state-of-the-art software in several specialization options. These options include general computer skills, networking technologies [which provides industry-certified training (Microsoft and Cisco Systems) in computer networks] and information systems technical support.
Computer Science (University Transfer): TJC offers the Computer Science field of study, a freshman and sophomore-level program guaranteed to transfer to a four-year computer science program at any public college or university in Texas.
Network Administrators install, configure and administer PC networks. They design and support server systems and supporting software. Network administrators evaluate and recommend changes to current and future network requirements to meet needs.
- System Administration (AAS)
- Computer Science (AS)
- System Administration (Certificate)
- Advanced System Administration (Certificate)
- Wide Area Networking Technology (AAS)
- Wide Area Networking Technology (Certificate)
- Desktop Support Technician (Certificate)