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The objective of this program is to prepare students for the development and support of computer information systems. The program utilizes a combination of skill sets to assist the student in developing an area of expertise. Specialty areas include Management Information Systems (MIS), Networking, Web/Database Management and Software Development. The curriculum is designed to give students a solid foundation in liberal arts as well as the practical and theoretical aspects of business. Several opportunities are integrated into the curriculum to assist students in achieving industry recognized certifications (A , Net , MOUS, CCNA, MCP, MCSA, and ICCP). Additionally, the program offers a parallel work option for the CIT core courses whereby students have the opportunity to work in field as part of their course completion requirements. Completing an exit assessment certification exam is a requirement for graduation. See the Undergraduate Catalog
for detailed degree requirements.
The Associate in Science in Computer Information Technology (CIT) program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the use, development, and support of computer systems. The curriculum also gives the student an introduction to liberal arts and business concepts while primarily focusing on obtaining the necessary skills to achieve success and employability in a computer related field. Upon completion of the program, the student will have achieved a working knowledge of widely used office application packages, database management tools, website design techniques, networking/hardware essentials, and programming and problem solving skills. Additionally, several opportunities are integrated into the curriculum to assist students in achieving industry recognized certifications (A , MOUS, MCP, and ICCP). All credits earned from this degree are acceptable toward the Hodges University’s Baccalaureate Degree in Computer Information Technology. See the Undergraduate Catalog
for detailed degree requirements.
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Computer skills are in high demand. Because computers are so widely used in business, there is a great need for individuals who can maintain the computer systems, install new hardware and software, provide support and training, manage the network, develop user applications, and develop information systems that support business operations.
The Associate and Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Technology degrees prepare students for exciting careers developing modern computer information systems using client/server and multimedia web-based technologies.
Hodges University provides extensive computer hardware and software for hands-on student use. The University offers Pentium computers with Office XP, Microsoft Visual Studio, local and wide area networks, direct access to the internet, a technology oriented library, and CIT technology laboratories.
Hodges University courses prepare you for the following certifications:
- A , Net , and I-Net
- Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
- Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA)
- Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
- Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
- Institute of Certification of Computing Professionals (ICCP)
The Computer Information Technology program at Hodges University provides unique educational advantages through this career oriented program, while focusing on the technical skills most useful in the computer technology field.
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