Our Upside-Down Curriculum allows you to take your Computer Information Technology classes beginning in your first semester. By the time you finish your first year, you will have taken upward of five courses related to your major!

Because of the extensive hands-on learning that takes place in the first two years of this program, students in this major are highly sought after for paid internships and positions after their second year and have a variety of career options.

Computer Information Technology Curriculum 2016-2017

First Year

First Semester

Introduction to Networking & Security
(CIT 130)

Introduction to Computer Theory
(CIT 135)

Calculus I
(MTH 230)

Concepts of the Self
(COR 110)

The Rhetoric of Self
(COR 115)

Second Semester

Systems Software
(CIT 140)

Introduction to Programming
(CSI-140) OR
Java Programming
(CSI 150)

Web Development
(WEB 125)

Concepts of Community
(COR 120)

The Rhetoric of Community
(COR 125)

Second Year

First Semester

Relational Database for Web Application
(CIT 200)

System Administration & Network Services I
(NET 255)

Advanced Programming
(CSI 240) OR
Advanced Java
(CSI 250)

Choose 200-level COR course

Choose 200-level COR course

Second Semester

Project Management & Team Leadership
(MGT 260)

Computer and Network Security
(SEC 250)

Introduction to Web Programming
(WEB 225)

Choose 200-level COR course

Choose 200-level COR course

Third Year

First Semester

Information Systems
(CIT 265)

Middleware, XML
(WEB 340)

The Global Condition
(COR 310)

Human Rights & Responsibilities
(COR 320)

Specialization 1

Second Semester (Study Abroad Optional)

Technical Writing
(WRT 231)

Local Context, Global Connections
(COR 330)

Local Contexts, Global Connections
(COR 330)

Natural Science with Lab

General Elective

Fourth Year

First Semester

Capstone ITS Specific by Major
(CCC 410-ITS)

ITS Capstone: Reflection
(CCC 411)

Usability and Design
(WEB 370)

Specialization 2

Specialization 3

General Elective

Second Semester

ITS Capstone: Senior Project
(CCC 412)

Communication & Ethics
(COM 220) OR
Global IT & Ethics
(CSI 320)

Specialization  4

Specialization 5

General Elective