The Computer Information Technology (CIT) minor 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, systems analysis and design, and Internet development, all with a Christ-centered perspective enabling students to demonstrate excellence in the workplace and in their lives beyond the classroom. With this technical skill set, CIT minor students 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.

Students may earn the minor by completing the following 9 Foundation credit hours and 18 Required Core credit hours, and any required prerequisites. Some Foundation courses may be used to fulfill General Education Core requirements. Required Core credit hours in the minor may not be used to satisfy requirements in the student's major.