Information Systems and Computer Science (ISCS) - School of Health, Math and Sciences
About the Program
Most people in today’s world rely on computers to perform a multitude of tasks to increase efficiency, enhance productivity and even entertain us. Jobs in the area of network security, ethical hacking, computer programming, computer gaming and information technology support are growing 30% faster than any other technology area in the United States. For adults looking to retrain and enhance their skills and for students just starting their college career there is a pathway in the Information Systems and Computer Science program that will fit your lifestyle.
ISCS for High School Students
Dual enrollment offerings can help you explore programming, mathematics and computer technology while thinking about your future employment opportunities. Contact Rebecca Estrada-Anderson, Director of Recruitment and Dual Credit Programs, 505-428-1604, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transfer to a University
Our Associate in Science in Computer Science degree is designed to transfer to universities state-wide. If you are looking to transfer to university be sure to speak with an adviser your first semester so that you are taking the right classes to meet your goals.
We also offer classes in the evening for students who may be coming back to school to finish their degree. The Associate in Applied Science and our certificate programs are designed for learners looking to gain skills to better their employment opportunities, seeking to add a formal degree to their resume, or exploring new skills.
Many of our classes are offered in fully online format. Labs and servers are maintained for fully online students through the school year. Students work with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. Our faculty teach on-ground and online and are used to helping students balance their classwork and lifestyle. Students who have not taken an online class before should speak with a faculty member in the department to see if online learning is suited for their learning style.
- Information systems scientist
- Linux systems technician
- Java programmer
- Python programmer
- Entry-level risk specialist
- Security specialist
- Network security technician
- Computer programmer
- Information Technology support technician
- Research analyst
- Computer operator
- Software support specialist
- Account specialist
- Business systems analyst
- Data analyst
- Inventory control specialist
- Data control administrator
- Network administrator
- Computer repair specialist
For more information, please contact the School of Health, Math and Sciences, 505-428-1754, ISCSinfo@sfcc.edu.
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