Computer Information Technology
Computer information technology is an integral part of nearly every business and organization. As a result, today’s computer professional must possess not only fundamental computing skills but also broader-based skills in planning, working in teams and business operations
The Computer Information Technology’s core curriculum provides graduates with a foundation in logic, programming, operating systems, applications, systems analysis, and networking. Additional courses are included to prepare students with the various skills they’ll need in industry – such skills as information management, financial analysis, teamwork, communications skills, and customer service. Many of these courses are available in a distance learning/Web based format.
Students may choose to specialize in a particular plan of study including Network Administrator, Software Developer, User Support, or Web Developer. CIT offers a number of industry subject-specific certificates in database, networking, hardware/software, and applications. Web Developer majors may transfer and complete a baccalaureate degree in Technical Education and Training at the Ohio State University.
Academic Papers written by our faculty can be found on the "Sample Lecture" page.