The Associate of Science in Computer Information Technology (CIT) provides students with an introductory set of computer skills relevant to today’s IT field to include areas as diverse as beginning computer programming, database development and administration, software and application design, and Internet development. Students will actively learn how to meet business and communication needs utilizing best computing practices. In addition to introductory technical skills, CIT associates degree majors will also be equipped with a core business education, all with a Christ-centered perspective enabling them to demonstrate excellence in the workplace and in their lives beyond the classroom. With this technical skill set, CIT majors will find themselves prepared for introductory positions in a variety of potential areas, such as computer programming and coding, technical support and application, and web design, as well as other emerging technical fields.
This program provides students the general education and foundational requirements necessary should students wish to go on to complete a bachelor’s degree in computer information technology. Please refer to the specific program catalog page for additional requirements for the Bachelor of Science: Computer Information Technology degree program.
The A.S. requires a total of 60 credit hours for graduation, which includes 33 credit hours of general education, 18 credit hours of computer information technology courses, and 9 hours of elective credit. Prior college, military, and technical credits can be used toward the A.S. degree. Students may transfer in a maximum of 45 credit hours (75% of the AS degree requirements). Students may take a maximum of 15 credit hours of 300 and 400 level courses in the A.S. degree program.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
The Associate of Science in Computer Information Technology requires completion of the following 60 credit hours:
General Education (33 hours)
Computer Information Technology Major (18 hours)
Electives (9 hours)