Information Technology Support
The Computer Information Systems discipline at Oakland Community College has many different opportunities available for students who are interested in applying information technology as a primary career thrust or in supporting a plethora of various careers where applying information technology is vital. There are an abundant number of jobs in Michigan and across the country that primarily and secondarily use information technology – jobs that pay very well.
The CIS discipline offers the courses needed to establish a solid set of core information technology skills, and courses to develop specific skill sets in one of three focus areas:
- Database Technology and Administration,
- Network Technology and Administration, and
- Computer and Systems Support.
Database technology and administration skillsets are used in careers in information resource management and engineering. Network technology and administration skillsets are used in careers in communication platform management and engineering. Computer and systems support skillsets are used in careers in computer and information technology management and maintenance.