Highline College’s Computer Science and Computer Information Systems (CSCI/CIS) Department prepares students to be successful in a variety of Information Technology related careers, including Computer Programmers, Network Security Engineer, Specialists, Web/Database Developers, Digital Forensics and Investigation, and more.
Highline graduates have many options for transferring to a four-year college or university: public and private, in-state and out-of-state. There are many bachelor’s degree programs not only in Computer Science, but also in Information Technology, Informatics, and Computer Engineering.
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Network Security Engineer program graduates perform a wide variety of technical duties. In roles such as network administrator and network specialist, they maintain network hardware and software.
Web/Database Developer graduates design and create dynamic, data-driven websites for small to mid-size businesses. Highline works closely with industry to ensure that students gain the right skills.
The Data Recovery/Forensics Specialist program prepares graduates for entry-level positions in data recovery services at businesses, government, and law enforcement agencies.
Building mobile apps, architecting mobile strategies, and securing those devices are the top concerns facing the enterprises today. This degree will provide students the skill sets needed from development, Security, as well as hardware support.
Highline Community College’s Information Systems Project Coordinator program prepares you for an entry-level position as a supervisory/project manager in the I.T. field.
This program will equip students to be exposed to creating good quality content and utilizing effective online marketing strategies - SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and social media.
AA emphasis in CS will allow you to transfer to a 4-year school and pursue a bachelor program. AS Computer Science does include additional Math and Physics classes and geared towards specific 4-year schools.
AA with emphasis in CIS
AA emphasis in CIS will allow you to transfer to a 4-year school and pursue a bachelor program.
Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Cybersecurity and Forensics will give you a chance to build on your technical degree with upper-division coursework in a high-tech, high-demand area. Earning an applied bachelor's degree may help you make higher wages and prepare you for higher-level specialized technical positions. The skill set may also prepare you to later move into a managerial position.