Computer Information systems
Our six degree paths include associate degrees and certificates designed to teach you how to implement a variety of computer and information networks and software. These courses are taught by our distinguished faculty, who have years of experience in information technology.
You will gain hands-on experience and learn both entry-level and advanced computer skills that will open a door of endless opportunities for you.
Computer Science (AS)
Learn a broad college curriculum that prepares you for work in a wide variety of computing professions, such as systems analyst, computer programmer, computer engineer and computer scientist. We will provide you the opportunity to learn a sound foundation in communications, problem-solving and other core competencies to become a well-rounded computing professional in one of the world’s fastest growing industries.
System Administration (AAS)
Our System Administration AAS allows you to focus on design, implementation, management and troubleshooting computer systems in a business environment. Additionally, you will be able to concentrate on a specific system while getting well-rounded exposure to network administration.
Advanced System Administration (Certificate)
If you already have skills in system administration or WAN, then our enhanced skills certificate provides you with the next step in your education providing advanced skills in Linux installation support, computer virtualization and computer network storage management.
Desktop Support Technician (Certificate)
Our Desktop Support Technician Certification program prepares you for a career as a computer support specialist.
System Administration (Certificate)
Our certificate of proficiency in System Administration will enable you to have a continued path of education and meet current and future job responsibilities. Upon graduation this certification can provide you with a wide variety of opportunities in the networking field.
WAN Technology (AAS)
Our AAS in Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technology, will enable you to design and implement a variety of computer and information networks. Additionally, these skills will allow you to maximize reliability and quality of service on existing or new networks, as well as improve network security and provide a range of application-oriented solutions.
WAN Technology (Certificate)
Join our program and learn how to design and implement a variety of computer and information networks. Additionally, learn skills which will allow you to maximize reliability and quality of service on existing or new networks, as well as improve network security and provide a range of application-oriented solutions. Our Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technology certification program will enable you to meet current and future job responsibilities, as well as continue your education in this field.
Who We Are
- Jim Bolin, Professor - Computer Information Systems
- Lynn Brooks, Professor - Computer Information Systems
- Billy Byrd, Professor - InternetworkingTechnology/Desktop Support
- Gigi Delk, Professor - CIS/Gaming and Simulation Development
- Matt Duncan, Professor - Workforce IT
- Richard Garrett, Professor - Game and Simulation Development
- Tim Gill, Professor - WFIT/Dept Chair -Digital & Engineering Technologies
- Judy Jernigan, Professor/Coordinator - Computer Information Systems
- Shelley Kersh, Professor - Computer Information Systems
- Austin Perry, Professor - Computer Information Systems
- W Gary Shayler, Professor - Computer Information Systems
- Kathy Willingham, Professor - Computer Information Systems