Would you like a career where you can get Paid to Play?
Are you ready to utilize your skills as a Multimedia Artist or Animator in a fast-paced, exciting industry?
Are you ready to design a new online presence for companies?
A career in Game Design, Web Design, or Computer Graphics is where to start!
We offer wide variety of courses in these emphasis areas. Depending on your career and educational goals, you can choose between 1 and 2 year programs including transfer programs. The courses are all offered in computer labs with state-of-the-art hardware and software.
The Computer Information Systems program at Seward County Community College is aware of the latest trends and growth in the computer industry and maintains curriculum offerings that offer students the best technology training possible.
Career opportunities include Web Graphic Designer, User Interface Designer, Web Content Manager Animator, Graphic Artist, Game Designer, Level Designer, Modeller, Texture Artist.
Students may obtain an Associate of Science degree, an Associate of Applied Science degree, or a Certificate of Completion in any of the Computer Information Systems areas of study. Visit with a CIS program advisor to see which degree best meets your needs.
After contacting the Admissions Office to set up your initial campus visit, you will have the opportunity to meet with a Computer Information Systems advisor. Your advisor will assist you with identifying career opportunities, selecting an individualized course of study, and outlining the specific requirements for successful completion of your educational goals.
At Seward County Community College, you will have access to computer labs with state-of-the-art hardware and software. Students are encouraged both in class and out of class to make use of these computer labs.
The Computer Information Systems student organization invites students to join and participate in events such as attendance at various conferences/workshops, competitive events, fund raisers which incorporate the skills of the students such as building computer systems, field trips to various businesses, trips to area universities for transfer options, and the opportunity to network with other Computer Information Systems students. See one of the CIS Program advisors for more information on how to join the club.
Students studying Computer Information Systems have the opportunity to become a member of Kappa Beta Delta—an international honor society for business students.