Computer and Information Science is for you if you are interested in:
- Programming, web development or game programming or design
- Excel, Access, SQL, Oracle or Linux/Unix
- Becoming more computer literate
Graphic Design is for you if you are interested in Graphic Design, Illustrator and Photoshop.
Office Technology Information (OFTI) is for you if you'd like to learn computers skills to become an administrative assistant, office manager, work in a medical office or be an event planner.
If you still aren’t sure which program would be best for you, ask a contact a CIS faculty member.
You do not need to have your own computer to take a computer course. Computer labs are available at the Glen Ellyn campus. The main computer lab is the Academic Computing Lab on the third floor of the Student Resource Center.
- CIS 1120 (The Internet)
- CIS 1130 (Windows Basics)
- CIS 1150 (Introduction to CIS)
- CIS 1160 (Windows Command Line)
- CIS 1221 (Intro to Spreadsheets)
- CIS 1230 (Microcomputer Database Application)
- CIS 1400 (Programming Logic and Technique)
For a list of topics covered on the tests, contact Testing.
Dr. Sam Shamsuddin, Program Co-coordinator
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1530B, (630) 942-2940
Stephen Santello, Program Co-coordinator
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1530C, (630) 942-2654
Kim Groesbeck, Program Support Specialist
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1433, (630) 942-2599
Nazia Naqvi, Program Advisor
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1530A, (630) 942-2081
Business and Applied Technology Division
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034, (630) 942-2592