Computer Information Technology Bachelor of Science Overview
The Computer Information Technology (CIT) accelerated degree-completion program blends a combination of traditional classroom instruction, online learning, and project-based activities. This computer degree program is a bachelor of science degree that focuses on the key IT components of networking, hardware, database technologies, web technologies, and programming. The development of these competencies prepares our students to successfully solve business problems using the latest technologies available. The program also includes a capstone project in which students work to solve a real business problem in a local company. Come and enjoy one of the best learning experiences Nashville has to offer in the area of IT!
- Age 23 or above OR age 21 with an associate's degree OR age 21 with significant work experience
- Prior completion of at least 40 semester hours of college credit
- An overall grade point average of at least 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
- Demonstration of computer literacy
- Complete the application
Complete the online application.
- Send in your transcripts
Request official transcripts from each college attended.
- Transcripts must show prior credit of a college math course ("C" or higher) or a CLEP test, or pass a math assessment.
- Transcripts must show prior credit of a college English Composition course ("C" or higher) or a CLEP test, or pass a writing assessment.
- Submit your immunization records
Tennessee state law requires all colleges and universities to obtain immunization information from students. Please reference these instructions to properly submit your records.
- You're done!
We'll take care of the rest. Once everything is in order, we’ll extend to you a formal invitation to join our program!
- Coursework takes 17 months
- Classes meet on campus
- Course Descriptions
- Minimal technology requirements
The graduate will have successfully completed the CIT program along with 72 additional credit hours, 30 of which must be in general education.