Welcome to the Computer Information Systems at Olympic College!
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.
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.
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Advising Dates! (Click to view)
BAS-IS Information Sessions
No RSVP is needed, but feel free to email BAS-IS faculty member Rich Becker to let us know you're coming or to set up an individual appointment if you can't make it to an information session: firstname.lastname@example.org
BASIS Information Sessions in Bus 112 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm on:
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Earn a BAS-IS degree at OC and equip yourself for a broad range of IT careers.
BAS-IS Web site for more details!
CIS Group Advising Schedule in room Tech 111 from 3:30pm to 5:00pm on:
FALL 2017 ADVISING DATES
- September 19th (Tuesday)
- November 21st (Tuesday)
- December 5th (Tuesday)
WINTER 2018 ADVISING DATES
- February 20th (Tuesday)
- March 6th (Tuesday)
SPRING 2018 ADVISING DATES
- May 22nd (Tuesday)
- June 5th (Tuesday)
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.
What should I do and know to get started in a computer program or certificate at Olympic College.
Programs and Certificates
CIS offers a series of long and short programs in Associate in Applied Sciences,
Associates in Technical Arts, Certificates of Proficiency, and Certificates of Recognition.