The Associate in Applied Science in Computer Information Systems Degree prepares students for entry-level employment as support and end users
in a business environment. Students will learn skills from all major areas of
computing including programming, Windows applications, networking, and computer
The Computer Repair Technician Career Certificate curriculum provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary for an entry-level position as a computer repair technician.
The Computer Essentials Career Certificate can lead to the Associate in Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems.
The Microsoft Office Career Certificate curriculum is designed to give students the resources and information needed to learn about Microsoft Office software.
The Multimedia Career
Certificate prepares students to focus on the knowledge and skills essential to preare a variate of computer generated multimedia presentations. Students learn to integrate video, audio, sound, graphics, etc.
The Network Systems
Administrator Career Certificate curriculum assists students in upgrading necessary skills to administer a Microsoft Windows Network.
The Networking Essentials Career Certificate is designed to give students an understanding of local area network hardware and software.
The Simulation and Game Development
Career Certificate curriculum provides a background in simulation and game development with practical applications in programming, business applications and multimedia technology.
Coursework leading to the Web Site Development Career Certificate provides students the fundamentals of website development including creating and enhancing websites using HTML, Java, ASP and database applications.
For more information, visit the Computer Information Systems department page.
Computer Information Systems AAS General Education Requirements
- Complete 6 semester hours from ENG-101, ENG-102, or SPE-101.
- Complete 5 semester hours from ANT-101, ANT-102, ECO-101, ECO-102, GEG-105, GEG-110, GEG-125, HIS-105, HIS-106, HIS-140, POL-201, POL-202, PSY-101, PSY-201, PSY-202, PSY-210, PSY-211, PSY-215, SOC-100, SOC-101, SOC-102, SOC-201, SOC-220, SSC-101, SSC-102, SSC-103, SSC-140, SSC-180.
- Complete MAT-181 or higher plus 4 semester hours from BIO-100, BIO-102, BIO-103, BIO-104, BIO-106, BIO-110, BIO-111, BIO-140, BIO-150, BIO-160, BIO-161, BIO-202, BIO-212, BIO-215, CHM-100, CHM-101, CHM-102, CHM-105, CHM-106, CHM-205, CHM-206, CPS-101, CPS-111, CPS-120, CPS-122, CPS-200, CPS-210, CPS-220, GEG-101, GEL-101, MAT-102, MAT-105, MAT-110, MAT-120, MAT-121, MAT-124, MAT-141, MAT-181, MAT-201, MAT-202, MAT-203, MAT-215, MAT-224, PHS-101, PHS-103, PHY-101, PHY-102, PHY-105, PHY-205, PHY-206.
- 4 credits of Science/Math
- Complete 3 semester hours from ART-101, ART-102, ART-103, ART-104, ART-105, ART-107, ART-111, ART-113, ART-115, ART-116, ART-117, ART-120, ART-125, ART-126, ART-127, ART-203, ART-204, ART-205, ART-211, ART-213, ART-217, ART-220, ENG-211, ENG-215, ENG-216, ENG-218, ENG-220, ENG-221, HIS-103, HIS-104, HUM-150, HUM-151, HUM-153, HUM-154, MUS-100, MUS-101, MUS-102, MUS-103, MUS-105, MUS-106, MUS-107, MUS-108, MUS-110, MUS-111 MUS-115, MUS-116, MUS-121, MUS-122, MUS-123, MUS-127, MUS-128, MUS-129, MUS-130, MUS-131, MUS-160, MUS-210, MUS-211, MUS-215, MUS-216, PHI-125, PHI-126, PHI-180, PHI-201, PHI-202, SPE-115, SPN-101, SPN-102, SPN-120, SPN-121, SPN-130, SPN-201, SPN-202, SPN-215, SPN-216, SPN-220, SPN-225, SPN-226, THR-107, THR-108, THR-110, THR-112, THR-113, THR-125.
- Complete 2 semester hours of Health, Technology and College Readiness courses: CPS-101, CPS-111, CPS-120, CPS-122, CPS-200, CPS-210, CPS-220, CSS-100, PEC-101, PEC-131, PEC-132, PEC-133, PEC-139, PEC-140, PEC-155, PEC-158, PEC-159, PEC-171, PEC-172, PEC-173, PEC-174, PEC-175, PEC-176, PEC-177, PEC-178, PEC-181, PEC-183, PEC-184, PEC-190, PEH-101, PEH-102, PEH-103, PEH-104, PEH-105, PEH-106.
Computer Information Systems AAS Core Courses Computer Info Systems AAS Track Requirements
- Complete CIS-121, CIS-220, an additional Communications course not already completed in General Ed, 6 semester hours of programming courses from CIS-103, CIS-170, CIS-172, CIS-299, CPS-120, CPS-200, CPS-210 or CPS-220, and 5 semester hours of electives.
- Additional Communications Course
- Complete CIS-133, CIS-135, CIS-136 and CIS-137 plus 1 semeter credit of electives.
- Complete CIS-133, CIS-160, CIS-180, CIS-181, CIS-233, plus 4 semeter hours of electives, 3 hours of which must be computer related.
- Electives - Computer related
- Complete CIS-103, CIS-170, CIS-172, 6 semester hours of programming courses from CIS-103, CIS-170, CIS-172, CIS-299, CPS-120, CPS-200, CPS-210 or CPS-220, and 2 semester hours of electives.
- Students must earn a minimum of 15 credits required for the degree at Morton College. The last 10 semester hours must be completed at Morton College uninterrupted by coursework from another institution. (Please note: this requirement will only be marked as 'Completed' after your final semester grades have been posted. Contact your academic advisor if you need further clarification.)
Computer Repair Technician Career Certificate Requirements
This curriculum assists students in developing an understanding of computing environments, including hardware, application software and networking essentials.
Computing Essentials Career Certificate Requirements Microsoft Office Career Certificate Requirements Multimedia Devleopment Career Certificate Requirements Network Systems Administrator Career Certificate Requirements Networking Essentials Career Certificate Requirements Simulation and Game Development Certificate Requirements Web Site Development Career Certificate Requirements