Computer Information Technology Major

Computer Information Technology

Countless businesses, large and small, need IT specialists able to simultaneously develop applications, manage servers, secure networks and manage IT evolution.

At Champlain, the highly customizable Computer Information Technology Bachelor of Science program gives an outstanding technology foundation.  Some of the features of this academic program: 

  • Web technologies
  • Databases
  • Networking
  • Cybersecurity
  • Programming

In addition, this major allows you tremendous latitude to select additional technical and nontechnical areas of interest to study, including specializations in Web Application Development and Information Systems.

Mix Classroom Theory with Actual Experience

  • Thanks to the Upside-Down Curriculum, you'll be taking Introduction to Computer Theory, Web Development, and Introduction to Networking/Security as well as other courses from the Computer Information Technology Curriculum in your first year.  
  • Your instructors will be working professionals with insider perspectives, Our field-tested Computer Information Technology faculty will teach you the technical and professional expertise you need to stand out in the field.
  • Build a highly marketable resume combining coursework and work experience. Most CIT majors have part-time jobs or internships while in school and opportunities to work during the summer.
  • Tailor your degree program with a specialization in Web Application Development or Information Systems, or a minor in another field.
  • The opportunity to spend a semester studying at one of our campuses in either Dublin or Montreal, or anyplace in the world through our study-abroad partnership programs. Students who choose not to  spend a semester at another campus will study other world cultures on campus.
  • This major will give you the background to develop and support the technologies that are integral to organizations. You will learn how all the parts fit together as well as focusing on specific components you choose. Learn the other skills you will master in the Computer Information Technology major.
  • Graduates are working in areas like web development, e-commerce, networking, application development and support. Envision your own  future Career Success.
  • Find out what you need to know to Apply to this popular major.

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