Computer Information Systems

Associate in Applied Science in Computer Information Systems Degree

The Associate in Applied Science in Computer Information Systems Degree prepares graduates for employment as computer support specialists in a business environment and is designed for learners planning to transfer to a four-year college or university.

Associate in Applied Science Computer in Web Design Degree

The Associate in Applied Science Computer in Web Design Degree prepares graduates for entry-level employment in the areas of Web Design and Multimedia and is designed for students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university.

Website Multimedia Design Career Certificate

The Website Multimedia Design Career Certificate prepares graduates for entry-level employment as web site and multimedia development specialists.

Computer Repair Technician Career Certificate

The Computer Repair Technician Career Certificate prepares graduates for entry-level employment as computer repair technicians and industry certification.

Simulation and Game Development Career Certificate

The Simulation and Game Development Career Certificate curriculum is designed to give students a basic understanding of the game and simulation programming development process. The career certificate can lead to the Associate in Applied Science degree in Computer Science or prepare students for transfer to a Bachelor Program in this specialty.

Gainful Employment Information

Morton College provides students with cost, completion and employment information for students in certificate programs.
Download gainful employment information (PDF) for the following certificate programs:

Computer Information Systems - Computer Repair Technician (CRT)
Web Site and Multimedia Design (WMD)

For more information, visit the Computer Information Systems department page.

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Today, information technology is used to help perform just about every task in our daily lives, which means that the demand for well-trained IT workers with the educational background that allows them to adapt quickly to an ever-changing economy will remain high.

According to a recent US Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, the number of IT positions are, "projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations and add 286,600 new jobs over the 2019-2029 decade."

Morton College's Computer Information Systems programs and courses allow students to work with a wide variety of systems and software and prepare them for careers as support specialists, repair technicians, network administrators and website developers. Our programs also allow graduates to pursue further studies at four-year institutions that may lead to careers as programmers, systems analysts and IT managers.

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Student Technology Club

The Illinois Technology Foundation (ITF) Student Technology Club (STC) focuses on advancing the IT careers of its student members. The organization offers networking, skill-building and leadership opportunities and collaborates with other technology student clubs in Illinois.

The STC is free to join; there is no membership fee.