Information Systems and Computer Science
Information technology classes cover a wide range of topics, including programming, database management systems, computer networks, ethical hacking and cyber ethics, and software development. You’ll work with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities and have the option to take many classes online. You can also choose to do an internship with a local business, for hands-on job experience.
The Associate in Science in Computer Science degree will prepare you to transfer to bachelor’s program, whereas the Computer and Information Technologies, A.A.S. will prepare you for entry level work. The professional certificates are designed to teach you specialized IT training and other skills. Whether you seek to better your employment opportunities, add a formal degree to your resume, or explore new skills, SFCC’s ICIS program can get you there.
For working adults looking to retrain and enhance their skills there is a pathway in the Information Systems and Computer Science program that will fit your lifestyle. Many of our classes are offered in the evening on in a fully online format. Labs and servers are maintained for fully online students through the school year.
Information Technology workers are in high-demand and offer good pay. For example, computer programmers earn a median annual salary of $93,000 while Network Administrators earn a median annual salary of $80,600. Employment in computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 13 percent by 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
*Fully online options available. See program map for course outline.