AS in Computer Information Systems
Blinn College District
The Associate of Science degree in Computer Information Systems provides students with the courses normally taken in the first two years of a Computer Information Systems program at a four-year college or university. Upon transfer the degree prepares students for a wide variety of applications found within the computing and information technology fields. With specialization in areas such as Networking, Database Management, Programming or Information Assurance and Security, students prepare for a range of careers, including systems analyst, database programmer, database administrator, network administrator, business applications developer, technical writer, and systems designer.
Once you have completed your associate degree with the Blinn College District, a seamless pathway to earn your bachelor degree is available through participating A&M System universities.