Computer Information Systems Programs

SCC offers computer training in Network Design and Administration, Software and Web Development, and basic computer literacy.

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Network Design and Administration

(photo)The goal of the Network Design and Administration program is to equip students with the essential skills necessary to maintain local area, wide area, and wireless networks - including design, implementation, optimization, and troubleshooting. A wide variety of classes are offered including A+, Cisco CCNA, Microsoft Server, Windows 7, VoIP, UNIX/LINUX, security, and virtualization.

Software Development

(photo)The Software Development program educates students in both Web and desktop programming concepts including XHTML, JavaScript, Java, Visual Basic.Net, ASP.Net, Ruby on Rails, C#, SQL, Agile development and other technologies and concepts essential for developing state-of-the-art software. Graduates will demonstrate proper software design patterns, soft skills necessary to work on a team, and research methods required in a highly technologically competitive environment. Upon completion, graduates will have acquired skills necessary to design and write database-driven software that runs on the desktop (Windows) and Internet (websites).

Graduates from these programs will also have the skills to continue learning, to adapt to change, and to find answers that may not exist upon graduation.

Department Contacts

As your first step, please contact the CIS counselor:

Carmen Green
Phone: 533-7195
Email: Carmen.Green@scc.spokane.edu

Carmen will provide you with the information you need to get started at Spokane Community College and get you signed up for your first quarter. Please feel free to contact an instructor (listed below) for any questions you have about Software Development or Network Design and Administration.

All course offerings are subject to change. The college cannot guarantee class offerings, designated times or specific instructors - as funding levels and student interest may affect whether or not an offering is available.

Click on the course title to view course description.

Course Title Credits
CIS 103Mobile Devices 5.0
CIS 104Mobile Device Management 5.0
CIS 105Computer Fundamentals for Vocations I 1.0-5.0
CIS 106Network Math 2.0
CIS 107Software Math 2.0
CIS 108Computer Math 3.0
CIS 110Introduction to Computer Applications 5.0
CIS 111HTML5/CSS I 5.0
CIS 112Web Graphics with Photoshop 3.0
CIS 114JavaScript/jQuery 5.0
CIS 127SQL Server and Transact-SQL 5.0
CIS 138Home Networking 2.5
CIS 139Small Office Home Office Computer Basics 2.5
CIS 146Introduction to Programming/VB 5.0
CIS 147Emerging Technologies 1 1.0-5.0
CIS 149Networking for Developers 5.0
CIS 154Beginning Flash Development 5.0
CIS 201IT Essentials - A+ 5.0
CIS 205Windows Client OS 5.0
CIS 206Introduction to Linux/Unix 5.0
CIS 213Advanced Linux/Unix 5.0
CIS 217Mobile Development I 5.0
CIS 218Mobile Development II 5.0
CIS 219Mobile Development III 5.0
CIS 221Mobile IV-IOS 1 5.0
CIS 222Mobile V-IOS 2 2.0
CIS 230PHP Programming 5.0
CIS 234Network Scripting 3.0
CIS 236Windows Server Administration 5.0
CIS 239Software Project Management 2.5
CIS 244Windows Server Installation and Configuration 5.0
CIS 247Virtualization Technologies 5.0
CIS 250Cisco I Introduction to Networks 5.0
CIS 251Cisco II Routing and Switching Essentials 5.0
CIS 252Cisco III Scaling Networks 5.0
CIS 253Cisco IV Connecting Networks 5.0
CIS 256C# 5.0
CIS 258ASP.NET 5.0
CIS 259Advanced .NET 5.0
CIS 263Advanced Windows Server 5.0
CIS 270Principles of Network Security 5.0
CIS 271Server and Introduction to Wireless Technologies 5.0
CIS 272Agile Software Development 5.0
CIS 275Networking Capstone 5.0
CIS 276Software Development Capstone 5.0
CIS 277Database Administration 5.0
CIS 282Programming I - Ruby 5.0
CIS 283Programming II - Ruby 5.0
CIS 284Ruby on Rails 5.0
CIS 286Cisco Emerging Technologies 5.0
CIS 288Cooperative Education Work Experience (No Seminar) 1.0-18.0

Building 1 Lab Schedule

Fall, Winter, and Spring Lab Hours:
Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Saturday - Sunday closed

Note: Additional lab times may be available with instructor permission. If you have any questions regarding open lab availability, please contact Lynn Thompson at LGThompson@scc.spokane.edu or (509) 533-8061.

Microsoft DreamSpark

Microsoft software is now offered as a download from Microsoft DreamSpark. Please follow the procedures below to set up your student account.

Please note: This program is offered to students registered in the Computer Information Systems Department only.)

DreamSpark Account Procedures:


Pay $20 registration fee at the SCC Cashiers' Office, Building 15.


Bring your receipt to Lynn Thompson in Building 1, Room 1116B to set up your account.


Log onto the Microsoft DreamSpark website to register your account and download software.

Students are allowed only one copy of Windows 7 and Windows 8 from the MSDN-AA website (including students whose accounts have been reactivated). If you would like additional licenses (up to two), please pay $5 per license at the Cashiers' Office and bring your receipt to Lynn Thompson for license(s).