A major in computer information technology requires between 51 and 54 credit hours of coursework, depending on whether a student places out of selected courses.
Students in computer information technology study a core of courses that include basic informatics topics and fundamentals of computer and network administration. Students may choose between four tracks: network and system administration, web and database administration, cybersecurity, and non-specialist. The computer information technology major (network and system administration track), combined with a minor in business informatics, is available in an evening, nontraditional format for adult learners through PACE, the Program for Adult-Centered Education.
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♦ Indicates prerequisite.
These prerequisites are not included in the program totals in the table below, but they must be completed IN ADDITION TO other program requirements.