What is Computer and Information Technologies?
Computers and information technology (IT) are a key part of nearly every business. If you enjoy working with computers or have an interest in website development, consider Jefferson. Upgrade your tech skills and your job opportunities with specialized, industry-current programs in Network Administration, Internet Technologies Information Security, Programming, Business and Support Software, and Geospatial Technologies.
The Computer & Information Technologies (CIT) Program offers Associate in Applied Science Degrees (AAS) & Workforce Certificates.
It is recommended that you meet with a CIT advisor prior to registration each semester.
What are my career options?
- Computer Network Support Specialists: $54,880
- Computer User Support Specialists: $44,550
- Web Developers: $70,492
- Software Developers and Software Assurance Quality Analyzers and Testers: $69,488
What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?
- Computer and Information Technologies - AAS
- A+ Prep
- Application Support Technician
- AWS Cloud Architecting
- Cisco Networking
- Cisco Networking Enhanced
- CIT Fundamentals
- Computer Tech Basic
- Computer Technician
- Digital Forensics Specialist
- Informatics Programming
- Information Security Specialist
- Microsoft Enterprise Administrator
- Microsoft Network Administrator
- Mobile Apps Developer
- Net+ Prep
- Network Technologies Specialist
- Productivity Software Specialist
- Security+ Prep
- Web Programmer
- Web Server Administrator
Length of Program
Completion of the program should take two years, assuming that you maintain full-time enrollment status.
This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.