Everett Community College's Computer Information System has modified some of its degree titles. Some titles were changed to better represent industry standards.
|Old Title||New Title|
|Computer Network Technician (Cert)||Computing Technician (Cert)|
|Computer Information Systems (ATA, AAS-T)||Information Technology (ATA, AAS-T)|
|Network Systems Associate (Cert)||Networking Specialist (Cert)|
|Network Systems Technician (Cert)||Systems Specialist (Cert)|
EvCC offers courses designed to prepare students for certain industry certifications. For a limited time EvCC is able to offer subsidies to IT Majors. Listed below are forms, courses and certification guidelines. If you have questions, please contact Diane Walser by email at email@example.com or at 425-388-9996.
Degrees, Transfers and Certificate
Computer Science Transfer (AS Curriculum Guide)
This degree is offered as part of a transfer agreement with a variety of universities in the state of Washington. This degree offers qualified students priority for admission with junior status at most Washington state 4 year institutions.
Computer Transfer (AAS-T Curriculum Guide)
This degree is part of an upside down transfer agreement with Central Washington University. This offers qualified students admission with junior status at Central Washington University.
Computer Support Technician I & II (Certificates)
EvCC offers two certificates in Computer Support Technician. The Certificates indicate completion of training in the technical support of PCs, software, and basic networks. This sequence also helps prepare students for professional certifications, such as CompTIA A+.
Internet Programming (Certificate)
This certificate program prepares a student for a career in the complex field of website application development and management.
College wide, students work to achieve the Everett Community College Core Learning Outcomes. All Workforce Training Programs prepare students to be job ready: technically competent, ethically grounded, and skilled in collaboration and workplace norms. Students in Computer Information Systems work toward these Program Outcomes.