Computer information technology (CIT) majors explore many topics as they prepare to become technology professionals. Our classes include computer programming, web design and programming, networking, computer security, database design, and game design, and incorporate cutting-edge topics such as mobile web and app development, and digital forensics. Our flexible curriculum requirements allow students to choose course electives according to their interests: for example, programming, web development, game design, or computer security and forensics. An internship and a senior capstone portfolio course give students even more hands-on experience. The CIT major and minor requirements are listed on the CIT Curriculum and Courses page. We also have a popular Digital Forensics and Cyber Security minor.
All of our classes are taught in our state-of-the-art computer lab with a teaching style that is applied, interactive, and hands-on. Class sizes are small, with 10-17 students per class.
Recent graduates have gone on to work as technology support or help-desk technicians, webmasters, programmers, database administrators, and network and system administrators.
- Hands-on coursework
- Small class size
- Career-oriented curriculum