Class Schedule
BAS IS students come from diverse backgrounds, with varied education, skills and experience. Each member of the cohort will uniquely contribute to our productive, team-oriented learning environment.

Our class schedule is designed to leverage technology, increase flexibility for busy students and provide many venues for interaction and engagement between students, their peers and faculty.
  • ● OC faculty will present IS course lectures on campus for students who prefer face-to-face learning. Students may attend the lectures in person or view them online, maximizing learning opportunities.

  • ● General education classes will typically be offered online or as a hybrid of online and on-campus activities.

  • ● All students are expected to attend lab classes on campus. Faculty and lab assistants will guide students through hands-on activities, applying skills and concepts to real-world exercises, projects and scenarios.

  • ● A new, state-of-the-art BAS IS computer lab will be open during the week to students on the OC Bremerton campus.
BAS IS Sample Schedule
See the Class Schedule Planner for detailed course information. Students may be able to complete some prerequisite coursework during summer quarter 2014.

FALL | YEAR 1 WINTER | YEAR 1 SPRING | YEAR 1 SUMMER | YEAR 1
IS Foundations
IS 300 | 5 credits
Information Assurance I
IS 337 | 5 credits
Information Assurance II
IS 438 | 5 credits
General Education course
(if needed)
Info. Systems Integration
IS 302 | 5 credits
LAN Admin. IV
IS 346 | 5 credits
Research and Reading
IS 390 | 5 credits
Certificate course options
Small Group
Communications
CMST& 230 | 5 credits
Business Statistics
BUS 215 | 5 credits
Business and Leadership
in a Digital Economy
OLRM 320 | 5 credits
TOTAL 15 CREDITS TOTAL 15 CREDITS TOTAL 15 CREDITS
FALL | YEAR 2 WINTER | YEAR 2 SPRING | YEAR 2 SUMMER | YEAR 2
Databases & Data Analysis
IS 330 | 5 credits
Scripting for Automation
IS 305 | 5 credits
Enterprise Systems
IS 470 | 5 credits
General Education course
(if needed)
Project Management I
IS 350 | 5 credits
Project Management II
IS 450 | 5 credits
Senior Project
IS 490 | 5 credits
Certificate course options
Sociology of the
Digital World
SOC 319 | 5 credits
Informatics/Analytics
IS 415 | 5 credits
Physical, Biological, or
Earth Science lab course
5 credits
TOTAL 15 CREDITS TOTAL 15 CREDITS TOTAL 15 CREDITS