New Mexico Junior College


Computer Information Systems


For further information:


C.M. Burke University Center - Room 221
Applied Sciences & Learning Technology


 Program Description

 NMJC offers an AAS degree and certificates to students who
 wish to pursue a degree in Computer Information Systems.
 The program allows students to choose an emphasis area. 

 Career and Advancement Opportunities

 Graduates of the program find jobs as Network Technician,
 Assistant Network Administrator, PC Technician, Workstation
 Support Technician,  Technical Support Technician, or
 Computer Systems Technician.


All courses, other than General Education Requirements, must be completed with a "C" or better.
The Students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0.
A minimum of 15 semester hours must be earned at NMJC.  The remainder may be acceptable transfer credits.
Transitional and/or developmental courses do not fulfill any or the above requirements.
Students will not be permitted to graduate if they have unresolved incomplete (I) grades on their academic record.