Arial view of commencement on the Hamilton Campus.

The computing programs at the Regional campuses are rigorous and relevant technical programs that focus on computing fundamentals with the broader scope of liberal education. We help students achieve what employers want; someone with a technical foundation, problem-solving skills and the ability to communicate.

The Department of Computer & Information Technology is committed to the following:

  • Providing our students a flexible and dynamic curriculum that is responsive to changing IT work force needs
  • Involving local IT industries in curriculum development and delivery
  • Fostering high quality teaching by energetic, committed, and knowledgeable faculty
  • Providing student co-op and internship opportunities so that students may complement their CIT education

CIT: Bring IT to Life!

Academic Advising

A student and advisor talking with each other

It is extremely important to talk with your advisor each semester to ensure you are making progress towards your degree.

Connect with your advisor

Career Services

students looking at booths at a career expo

Each student's college journey is different, based on the individual's experiences, expectations, and life outside the classroom. The Office of Career Services and Professional Development is open to help students create a plan that supports the development of professional skills to connect them to career opportunities.