The Department of Computer and Information Technology (CIT) offers the undergraduate
curricula in Computer and Information Technology, and the undergraduate and graduate
curricula in Business Technology. Areas of study offered by the CIT Department include,
but are not limited to: business technology, network and telecommunications management,
enterprise resource planning, end-user computing, data management (including database
management, data mining, and data warehousing), software development (including programming
languages and systems analysis/development), web interface development, ecommerce,
project management, supply chain technologies (including operations management, automatic
data capture and simulation modeling), information technology (IT) planning and strategy,
and related areas.
COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM:
The Bachelors of Science
in Computer & Information Technology is designed to prepare students for careers as IT
professionals. Our graduates hold positions as network administrators, applications programmers,
website developers, database architects, operations schedulers, and technical support
specialists, to name a few. Of particular interest to potential students who already have practical
IT experience should be the alignment of many CIT courses with industry certifications.
Consequently, students can simultaneously complete their major requirements and prepare
for industry certification exams. This further makes it possible for students to receive course
credit for certifications already earned.