Computer and Information Technology

The Computer & Information Technologies (CIT) Program offers Associate in Applied Science Degrees (AAS) & Workforce Certificates.

This curriculum is supported by a solid foundation of core courses and specialized tracks that focus on implementation and problem solving skills for Computer & Information Technology professionals.

*It is recommended that you meet with a CIT advisor prior to registration each semester.

Associate in Applied Science: Computer & Information Technologies

Application Track with specialization sequences in: 

  • Business Software Specialist
  • Computer Support
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Software Support

Information Security Track 

Internet Technologies Track with specialization sequences in:

  • Web Administration
  • Web Programming

Network Administration Track with specialization sequences in:

  • Cisco Network Associate
  • Microsoft Windows Administration

Programming Track with specialization sequences in:

  • Programming Information Systems
  • Programming Software Development

For more information about this program, please contact:

Robert Riedling
Program Coordinator
502-213-5029

CIT Program Advisors:

First Time and Undecided CIT Students:

Liz Boyd
502-213-2169

Application Track:

Sherry Jacob
502-213-2336

Geographic Information Systems:

Vince Dinoto
502-213-7280

Internet Technologies Track:

Mark Prather
502-213-7234

Network Administration & Information Security Track:

Stephen DiPaola
502-213-7355

Dr. Bruce Jost
502-213-7264

Programming Track:

Vicky Hardin
502-213-7387

Tony Buckler
502-213-5029

Programming and Graduating

Robert Riedling
Program Coordinator
502-213-5029

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