CIS1300
List of Programs requiring CIS1300
List of Programs requiring CIS1300


Program Title: Business Systems Analysis

Program Description: The Computer Information Systems (CIS) associate degrees are designed for students who need general education (e.g., communication, science, mathematics, fine arts, social science) combined with a solid foundation in the fundamental computer skills that are generally required to design, create, and test software, or analyze business system requirements and design solutions, or support and protect the operation of technology resources. These fundamental computer skills are commonly required by most four-year educational programs that offer the types of bachelor degrees most employers look for when hiring information technology professionals. All CIS courses use current computer tools and place an emphasis on practical application to provide a relevant learning environment.




Program Title: Cybersecurity

Program Description: The Computer Information Systems (CIS) associate degrees are designed for students who need general education (e.g., communication, science, mathematics, fine arts, social science) combined with a solid foundation in the fundamental computer skills that are generally required to design, create, and test software, or analyze business system requirements and design solutions, or support and protect the operation of technology resources. These fundamental computer skills are commonly required by most four-year educational programs that offer the types of bachelor degrees most employers look for when hiring information technology professionals. All CIS courses use current computer tools and place an emphasis on practical application to provide a relevant learning environment.




Program Title: CyberSecurity Certificate

Program Description: The Cybersecurity certificate provides extensive skills in information system security, using the current technologies and tools available in the industry. In addition to specialized skills in information system security, the certificate gives the student a solid foundation in computer-based systems concepts.




Program Title: Information Technology Support

Program Description: The Computer Information Systems (CIS) associate degrees are designed for students who need general education (e.g., communication, science, mathematics, fine arts, social science) combined with a solid foundation in the fundamental computer skills that are generally required to design, create, and test software, or analyze business system requirements and design solutions, or support and protect the operation of technology resources. These fundamental computer skills are commonly required by most four-year educational programs that offer the types of bachelor degrees most employers look for when hiring information technology professionals. All CIS courses use current computer tools and place an emphasis on practical application to provide a relevant learning environment.




Program Title: Information Technology Support Certificate

Program Description: The Computer Information Systems (CIS) certificates are designed for students who need specialty skills in a particular area of information technology that will help satisfy current of future employment requirements. Unlike associate degrees, certificate programs assume that students already have obtained or do not require general education skills and are now looking for education in a specific area of computer technology. Therefore, all of the courses within a certificate program are chosen to develop these specific technical skills in a shorter amount of time than what would be required in an associate degree program. All CIS courses use current computer tools and place an emphasis on practical application to provide a relevant learning environment.




Program Title: CIS Software Engineering Option

Program Description: The Computer Information Systems (CIS) associate degrees are designed for students who need general education (e.g., communication, science, mathematics, fine arts, social science) combined with a solid foundation in the fundamental computer skills that are generally required to design, create, and test software, or analyze business system requirements and design solutions, or support and protect the operation of technology resources. These fundamental computer skills are commonly required by most four-year educational programs that offer the types of bachelor degrees most employers look for when hiring information technology professionals. All CIS courses use current computer tools and place an emphasis on practical application to provide a relevant learning environment.




Program Title: Robotics/Automated Systems Technology

Program Description: This program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the robotics and automation fields and provides a background in many areas of technology: Robotic Programming Applications Computer Integrated Manufacturing Robotic Controllers Robotic Mechanical Drives Robotic Welding Systems Programmable Controllers Human Machine Interface Industrial Networks Vision Systems Robotics/Automated Systems Technologies prepare students for employment in advance manufacturing and for emerging technologies. A robotics technologist applies traditional electro-mechanical skills with knowledge of programming, controls, and networking to mechatronics concepts as related to robotic systems. Individuals in the field of robotics apply logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of approaches to problems, or to alternative solutions for innovations in technology leading to development of new applications and markets for robotics. High school graduates who completed state-approved career and technical education (CTE) programs may be eligible to receive college credit for work completed while in high school. Detailed information can be obtained by contacting an OCC Counseling Office or by visiting www.oaklandcc.edu/articulation. Two certificates are offered for acquiring useful credentials in robotics, enhancing current skills, or building toward an associate degree: Robotics/Automated Systems certificate Programmable Controllers certificate of achievement




Program Title: Robotics Automated Systems Technology Certificate

Program Description: The Robotics/Automated Systems certificate is intended for individuals who have earned a previous degree or have significant work related experience in manufacturing technology. Students without any or limited previous related experience in manufacturing technology are encouraged to enroll in the Robotics/Automated Systems Technology Associate Degree. High school graduates who completed state-approved career and technical education (CTE) programs may be eligible to receive college credit for work completed while in high school. Detailed information can be obtained by contacting an OCC Counseling Office or by visiting www.oaklandcc.edu/articulation.




Program Title: Programmable Controllers

Program Description: The Programmable Controllers Certificate of Achievement is intended for individuals who need to enhance their existing related experience in manufacturing technology.




Program Title: Technological Sciences

Program Description: The Associate in Technological Sciences Degree program is designed for students choosing to pursue widely varying areas of occupational, technological, engineering, and emerging sector-related interests. This degree is also designed for career-minded students, yet includes flexibility to meet the Michigan Transfer Agreement for students wishing to continue their education with one of our many 4-year partner institutions. See a counselor for courses that may be required at the college you plan to attend. A minimum of sixteen credit hours in the primary occupational discipline of your choice, plus nineteen credits of fundamental General Education leaves you with twenty-seven elective credits (14 required) to design your future. Graduating from this program does not automatically qualify the student for the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) endorsement. Students in this program seeking MTA endorsement should work closely with an OCC counselor to identify classes from the MTA List which apply to the endorsement and to degree requirements.




Program Title: Technological Sciences

Program Description: The Associate in Technological Sciences Degree program is designed for students choosing to pursue widely varying areas of occupational, technological, engineering, and emerging sector-related interests. This degree is also designed for career-minded students, yet includes flexibility to meet the Michigan Transfer Agreement for students wishing to continue their education with one of our many 4-year partner institutions. See a counselor for courses that may be required at the college you plan to attend. A minimum of sixteen credit hours in the primary occupational discipline of your choice, plus nineteen credits of fundamental General Education leaves you with twenty-seven elective credits (14 required) to design your future. Graduating from this program does not automatically qualify the student for the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) endorsement. Students in this program seeking MTA endorsement should work closely with an OCC counselor to identify classes from the MTA List which apply to the endorsement and to degree requirements.