COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
An educational advisory council/committee is a group of persons selected from the community who advise the College concerning specific occupational education programs and courses of study. Advisory committees include practitioners, employers and supervisors within their occupation. Students, graduates and consumers may also be represented on the committee. Members of the College administration, faculty or staff serve as liaisons to the committee. Education programs are unique because they recognize the need for input from business, industry, health and public services communities to assure programs meet the needs of the community. Advisory committees are indispensable in identifying current and future occupational skills, knowledge and goals. Such input ensures that graduates have the necessary skills that the labor market demands for success.
Computer and Information Sciences Annual Report 12-13
Computer and Information Sciences Mid-Year 12-13
Computer and Information Sciences Advisory Minutes - November 15, 2012
Computer and Information Sciences Annual Report 11-12
Computer and Information Sciences Mid-Year Report 11-12
Computer and Information Sciences Advisory Minutes - November 3, 2011