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Information Systems

A.A.S. in Computer Technology

Computer Programming
The Computer Programming degree track provides technical competencies required to be productive in an entry-level programming position. This degree track provides skills in a variety of modern programming languages such as JavaScript, Java, JQuery, PHP, CSS, HTML and SQL. Graduates will be equipped with programming skills to find employment as business-application programmers, database managers and system analysts. They also will plan, design and develop programming applications, as well as create and host web applications. These valuable skills enable graduates to work in IT for small businesses, public and private corporations, and in private practices.

Information Systems Specialist
This program prepares students for careers in a variety of information technology areas. It gives students a foundation in computer hardware, computer applications, computer programming, the internet and computer networking. Information systems administrators are involved in many different aspects of computer technology and can expect to employ their skills in a variety of ways to assist all computer users in commercial settings.

Certificates in Applied Science

Internet Programming
This certificate program prepares students for employment with companies looking for internet programming professionals. Students progress course by course to skill level where they can work in any internet programming environment. The curriculum uses many of the current programming languages to teach students how to design, build, manipulate and maintain business websites.

Business Applications Solutions Specialist
The Microcomputer Business Applications program prepares you for microcomputer (personal computer) business applications specialist jobs. It is for students who are employed in businesses that use or want to use microcomputer word processing, spreadsheet and database software packages. Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel and Access are thoroughly explored in this program.

Database Administrator
This certificate prepares students for employment with companies looking for database professionals. Starting with a basic computer class, students progress course by course to a skill level where they can work in any database environment. The curriculum uses both MS Access and SQL Server to teach students how to design, build, manipulate and maintain business database management systems.

Microcomputer Programming
This certificate program prepares students for employment with companies looking for programming professionals. Students progress in a step-by-step, class-by-class methodology that takes them to a skill level where they can work in any programming environment. The curriculum uses many of the current programming languages.

Contact Info

Faculty Advisors for the Department of Information Systems

Computer Technology:
Carter Burns, Department Head
843.574.6602
Bldg. 920/Rm. 754-E

If the first letter of your last name is A - B, your advisor is:
Tom Brady, Instructor
843.574.6084
Bldg. 920/Rm. 602-C

If the first letter of your last name is C ,D & J, your advisor is:
Jackqulin Green, Instructor
843.574.6022
Main Campus, Bldg. 920/Rm. 754-I

If the first letter of your last name is E - F, your advisor is:
Barbara Fogle, Instructor
843.574.6458
Main Campus, Bldg. 920/Rm. 754-A

If the first letter of your last name is G, H, & I, your advisor is:
Lynne Stuhr, Instructor
843.574.6498
Main Campus, Bldg. 920/Rm. 754-B

If the first letter of your last name is K - M, your advisor is:
Tristan Brown
843.574.6165
Main Campus, Bldg. 920/Rm. 754-F

If the first letter of your last name is N - R, your advisor is:
Charles Gable, Instructor, Coordinator
843.574.6418
Main Campus, Bldg. 920/Rm. 754-H

If the first letter of your last name is S - U, your advisor is:
Anderson Jackson, Instructor
843.574.6941
Main Campus, Bldg. 920/Rm. 754-G

If the first letter of your last name is V - Z, your advisor is:
Carter Burns, Department Head
843.574.6602 
Main Campus, Bldg. 920/Rm. 754-E