September and January each year. See Program Entry for more information.
Computing part-time and full-time programs.
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Computer Information Technology (CIT) is a unique program that aims to train students to be technical experts in various computing technologies including database, network administration, web technology, and security. Graduates will be IT specialists responsible for planning, deployment, administration, and configuration of computing infrastructures for organizations.
Learn more about the teaching model in the new CIT space.
The Industry Sponsored Student Projects program (ISSP) provides students with real-life experience by working on IT or software projects directly from industry. Students work in teams or individually with an industry sponsor, proceeding through the development life-cycle to develop a complete IT or software solution. Read more about how students are making a difference.
Every company is a technology company. No matter what product or service they provide, companies across all industries use information technology to support and enhance business operations.
As a graduate from the Computer Information Technology (CIT) diploma program, you will develop knowledge of and experience with the latest technologies, and transferable business skills necessary to begin or advance a successful career.Learn about a former student who emphasizes the transferability of skills learned in CIT to his job in industry.
Upon graduation, students may also choose to continue their studies full-time or to begin working in their chosen field while pursuing a degree part-time. CIT graduates are eligible to apply for the following bachelor’s degree programs:
|89%||of grads were very satisfied or satisfied with their education
|94%||of grads found their CIT Diploma useful in getting their job|
|96%||of grads were ready to collaborate in groups at work
|94%||of grads were ready to keep up with the pace of change in tech by learning new skills on their own
Typical roles and career progression
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Neda Changizi, Instructor
Patrick Guichon, Instructor
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Sam Meech-Ward, Instructor
Tim Guicherd, Instructor
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