The Computer Information Systems program prepares the graduates to obtain employment and become productive IT support personnel in a business-oriented systems environment. This modular program allows students to custom design their degree based on their needs within a series of certificates that make up the core of this degree.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Systems Web site is now open! Classes begin fall 2014. Application is open for our very first cohort of BAS IS students. They will graduate together spring quarter, 2016. Next opportunity to enroll will be fall, 2015.
Courses prepare students for industry certifications, such as A+, CISSP, CCNA and MCP, in the areas of Cisco, Microsoft, Security, Technical Support, Networking and Project Management. Students can take these and other industry certification exams at the Olympic College Testing Center. Click on the tabs above to find out more about our program.
BAS-IS Information Sessions for the
Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Systems
- Thur, June 5 @ 11:00a - Noon, Bus 200
- Wed, June 11 @ 4:00p - 5:00p Bus 200
Be among the first to earn a BAS IS degree at OC and equip yourself for a broad range of IT careers. Classes begin fall 2014. For first priority consideration, apply by May 16. Visit the Web site for more details!
CIS Group Advising Schedule
- Tue, May 13th @ 3:30p - 5:00p
- Tue, June 3rd @ 3:30p - 5:00p
Meet in the T-212 Lab in the Business and Technology building for the first hour for a special presentation about the various course offerings and academic pathways available for students interested in a career in the Information Technology field. Faculty will be available for filling out paperwork, completing educational plans (EdPlans), or signing any financial aid paperwork and/or any other paperwork that students may need to have signed during the second hour.
Site URL: http://cis2.oc.ctc.edu/oc_apps/CIS/da/cisadvisor.php
The information on this page is for informational purposes only and does not substitute for meeting with a CIS faculty advisor. Best effort is made to present accurate information but is not guaranteed. All information on this page is subject to change. This page was made possible by Perkins Funding