Students may ask their current or former instructor or any full-time CIT faculty to assist with advising.
Faculty members can assist with
- Course selection
- Fulfilling general education requirements
- Concerns or questions about prerequisites
- Transfer programs/area of interest
- Unofficial progress check toward graduation
- Advice and information on transfer schools
- Information about the CIT A.A.S. and/or certificate offerings
- Career advising
- Petition for degree or certificates process
If you are considering this program as an area of study, consult with one of the CIT faculty members.
The CIT program offers a degree and a variety of certificates that will allow you to pursue a career in a wide range of information and networking technology fields. The Computer and Information Technology Courses Flow Chart, CIT Advising Process for New Students and Student Planning Worksheet, along with the guidance of a CIT faculty member, will simplify the course selection process.
- Computer and Information Technology Courses Flow Chart
- CIT Advising Process for New Students
- Student Planning Worksheet
Dr. Felix Davis, Coordinator
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1536
Business and Applied Technology Division
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034