CIT Experience

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Why choose Miami University for a degree in Computer & Information Technology, Health Information Technology, or Information Technology?

The Department of Computer & Information Technology is committed to the following:
  • Providing our students a flexible and dynamic curriculum that is responsive to  changing IT work force needs
  • Involving local IT industries in curriculum development and delivery
  • Fostering high quality teaching by energetic, committed, and knowledgeable faculty
  • Providing student co-op and internship opportunities so that students may complement their CIT education

Students who major in Computer and Information Technology (CIT) at Miami will follow a technically intense program that prepares them for positions in the computing field as programmers, network administrators, computer support personnel and other similar jobs.

Students who major in Health Information Technology (HIT) will, based on their background, complete foundational courses in technology and human health fundamentals. HIT graduates may work in technical support, data analysis, reporting, database administration, user education, software development, testing and customization.

Students who major in Information Technology (IT) will, build a unique IT pathway based on their ultimate career goals and/or plans for graduate studies.  IT graduates may work in database administration, data analysis, data centers, IT infrastructure support, network administration, software support, and systems administration.

Learn more about Computer and Information Technology degrees offered at Miami's regional locations.

View transfer articulation agreement with Sinclair Community College.