Computer Information Technologies
Computer Information Technologies (CIT) provides students with computer training that can be applied to the business world. The Department focuses on two areas:
- Computer Applications and Office Management (COMP), which trains individuals in computer
application technologies, such as the Microsoft Office Suite, and prepares individuals
for business positions such as Administrative Assistants and Business Information
- Computer Information Systems (CIS), which provides students with a broad background in the application of computers to the emerging needs of business and industry in the highly-employable field of information technology, such as help desk, database programming, and information systems management.
The Department offers degrees and certificates as well as entry-level and advanced Skills Competency Awards.
To accommodate your schedule as a full-time or part-time student, we offer courses in a variety of formats, including weekday, evening, and Saturday classes, as well as fully-online classes. The Department offers credit and non-credit classes.
The Department also provides introductory courses (electives) for students in programs campus-wide.
Department Chairs: Esther Frankel (BC-306, ext. 4024) and Jennifer Robinson (BC-309, ext. 3726)
Dean: Carola Smith (BC-216, ext. 4043)
Business Division Academic Counselor: Sara Hartley, email@example.com
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