Computer Information Technology (CIT) 
Mission Statement

Computer and Information Technology (CIT) courses will prepare students for industry leading, cutting edge professional work and expertise in the fields of information technology, systems administration, and network administration.  Students taking these courses will learn the tools used in developing and troubleshooting the design, development, implementation, and maintenance of modern server and network infrastructures.

Computer Information Technology (CIT) 
Student Learning Outcomes

1.  Identify and describe layers of the OSI and TCP/IP                    models, and use them effectively in troubleshooting.

2.  Describe and apply LAN and WAN technologies in wired          and wireless environments.

3.  Demonstrate ability to apply workstation and server                   installation, configuration, management and                               troubleshooting techniques.

4.  Demonstrate ability to install, configure, manage, and               maintain routing and switching technologies.

5.  Describe and discuss different operating systems and their       relationship with hardware, their functions, advantages           and disadvantages, and their respective tools and software       packages.

6.  Explain Information Systems and choose appropriate                 systems based on requirements.

7.   Describe basic information security and computer ethics.

8.   Understand and use elements of good programming style        and best practices