OVERVIEW

The Computer Information Systems program prepares students for a wide range of careers in Information Technology. We offer a Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Systems degree, associate degrees and certificates. Prepare for industry certifications, such as A+, CISSP, CCNA and MCP, in the areas of Cisco, Microsoft, Security, Technical Support, Networking and Project Management. These and other industry certification exams are offered at the Olympic College Testing Center. 

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Prospective new students contact the Welcome Center for one-on-one help applying to Olympic College.

Current and returning students contact the Advising Center to connect with a Student Success Coach or your Faculty Advisor.

Academic Programs: Degrees

Computer Information Systems is a modular program that allows students to custom design their degree based on their needs with a series of certificates that can add up to a degree. You can earn a Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Systems (BAS IS). The Associate in Applied Science - Transfer degree (AAS-T) is available with several areas of emphasis, and you can earn the following certificates: Network Support Technician, Technical Support, Cyber-Security, Web Page Development Essentials, Cisco Certified Network Associate, and Technical Support.

Academic Programs: Certificates

The Computer Information Systems program offers the following "stackable certificates" that can be earned independently or as you work towards completing you associate degree.

Transfer, Career & Resources

Faculty Advisors

The Computer Information Systems faculty provides a range of scheduling options to meet the needs of full-time and part-time students and those who need day, evening or distance classes. 

In addition, “We are highly sensitive to the differential needs and learning styles of our students and utilize a variety of perspectives and pedagogical styles so that both traditional and nontraditional students will find a comfortable and safe learning environment in our classes.” 

Every student is assigned an advising team consisting of your Student Success Coach and Faculty Advisor. Your Faculty Advisor is determined once you decide on your specific academic program. The following professors are the advisors for Computer Information Systems.

Program Faculty

Academic Division

Computer Information Systems is part of the Business & Technology (B&T) Division. Visit the B&T webpage for more info, including support resources and services, and contact info for division staff and the dean. The B&T Division can assist you with:

  • Advising
  • Connecting with faculty
  • Finding campus resources
  • Support for procedural processes such as a grade appeal or student complaint