The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations: Cyber Defense, Networking, Programming, and Systems Administration and Management. Students who major in CIT study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, products and hardware. Graduates of any of the four concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring students have adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. All students must take the Brainbench examination in order to fulfill graduation requirements; Brainbench awards certification to students with a passing score.
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