Student Information

CIS Overview
Lake Superior College offers 11 different computer related programs. These include A.A.S Degrees, diplomas and certificates in computer and web programming, support, networking and web development.

If any of these spark your interest, Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do you enjoy a fast-paced, ever changing environment?
  • Do you enjoy learning technical information?
  • Do you enjoy problem solving?
  • Do you like working with computers?
  • Do you like to work with computer and networking hardware?
  • Do you enjoy website designing?
  • Do you enjoy graphics designing?
  • Do you enjoy working with code?

If you can answer yes to any of these, a career in IT might be right for you!

CIS Question and Answer
Question 1:
What does CIS and/or IT stand for?

CIS stands for Computer Information Systems.
IT stands for Information Technology.
Question 2:
What are the types of degrees and certficiates offered by the CIS Department?

Here at Lake Superior College there are several options available for you to pursue. These range from certificates, to diplomas, to A.A.S degrees. If you would like to examine more information about the options below, click on the name of item to view it’s program planner.

If you would like to view more planners and information, please visit the following link: Program Planners

Question 3:
This all looks great, but how do I get enrolled?

You can begin by contacting Lake Superior College’s Student Services department to find out specific admissions information. Acceptance into the program requires that students test at a certain level in reading, writing and math when taking the LSC placement test. For more details, look in the Lake Superior College catalog or on the LSC website: