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More About: Computer Information Technology

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    Program goals

    1. Offer an effective training program that meets the information technology needs of business and industry.
    2. Train students using up-to-date computer hardware and software.
    3. Provide students with hands-on experience using computer hardware, operating systems, applications, networks, security, database, programming languages and Web development tools.
    4. Keep curriculum up-to-date with emerging technologies.

    Key Points about the CIT Program

    1. Starting dates: The CIT program accepts new students in both the fall and spring semesters. Students can attend either full-time or part-time.
    2. AAS degree: This degree prepares you for an exciting career in information technology following graduation. You graduate as a well-rounded IT professional with training options that allow you to focus on the IT area of interest to you.
    3. Course delivery options: Face-to-face classroom courses are offered day and evening. Many, but not all, courses are available online. Students who are unable to attend day classes can complete all degree requirements taking a combination of evening and online courses. Please note you cannot complete the entire program taking only online classes.
    4. Prerequisite CIT courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher to progress through the Computer Information Technology program.