Department of Computer and Information Technology
Backed by Miami’s renowned liberal arts foundation and hands-on applied education, as a Department of Computer and Information Technology major, you will create and build a unique IT pathway based on your ultimate career goals and plans for graduate studies. Located on Miami University's Hamilton and Middletown campuses we offer in-person classes and 100% online degrees.
Explore Our Programs
Our newest major, Cybersecurity and Networking, is offered fully online. This bachelor's degree will qualify you to work in IT jobs vital for businesses and government organizations to protect their assets from digital threats.
Benefits of Choosing CIT
The Department of Computer and Information Technology (CIT) is located exclusively on the regional campuses of Miami University in Hamilton, Middletown, and West Chester.
Small campus advantage
The regional campuses allow students to enjoy the benefits of both a small, personalized campus setting and the assurance that their investment in their education is grounded in a solid technical degree program and the esteemed, national reputation of Miami University. The CIT faculty are industry-experienced teachers committed to the success of students and to keeping pace with ever-changing technology.
Open admission policy
Miami's CIT Program is available exclusively at the regional campuses and enjoy an open admission policy. Students who graduated from high school, earned a GED or present credentials demonstrating equivalent levels of academic achievement (home schooled or other alternative educational program) are eligible to attend. There are no additional requirements to enroll as a CIT Major.
Our Grads Are Among The Best
Vision and Values
We aspire to graduate students who have the ability to provide the highest quality technology-based solutions that ethically connect people, organizations, and community.
The Department of Computer and Information Technology is committed to:
- Creating an intellectually stimulating and challenging learning environment.
- Fostering high quality teaching.
- Promoting ethical decision making.
- Promoting diversity awareness.
- Providing a flexible and dynamic curriculum that is responsive to the changing IT workforce.