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 certificationexams. This further makes it possible for students to receive course credit for certifictions already earned.
The Department of Computer & Information Technology (CIT), provides instruction and conducts research addressing information systems and the technology supporting those systems. We are involved also, through technology transfer, in assisting the University with its economic development mission for the Delta Region and beyond. In addition, as consultants, we serve other constituents within the University and around the local community.