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 a 100% online degrees.
This Information Technology major allows you to define your IT career niche, create paths for promotion, or ramp up your area of tech expertise in agile/project management, cybersecurity, networking, or software development and support. Our grads work at Nationwide Insurance, Cintas, Christ Hospital, Mitsubishi Electric, SentriLock, and more.
The Health Information Technology major integrates healthcare and technology in the evolving and fast-growing U.S. healthcare system. You will gain applied technical skills to solve problems and manage information. Our graduates are in high demand with a 99% placement rate after graduation and work at Anthem, Kettering Health Network, Bon Secours Mercy Health, and more.
The Computer and Information Technology major allows you to specialize in networking or software development. Our Computer Technology major is designed for you to start at Miami Regionals and ultimately obtain your bachelor's degree in one of three computing programs offered on the Oxford Campus.
Select from one of our Microcredentials ranging from Agile-Certified Professional to Intro to Database Management. You can earn a digital credential in just nine credit hours, often entirely online.
STEM Scholars provides scholarships of up to $5,000 a year and creates a customized pathway experience for Miami University students to advance from an associate to a bachelor’s degree and on to a master’s degree.
Awards range from $200 to $1,000 per academic year.
Our Grads Are Among The Best
Haitham Algbory ‘20
League of Legends, Assistant Coach for TSM
“Since my family always encouraged me to get a college education, I felt that I had the path right in front of me; finish my IT degree at Miami University [RegIonals] while continuing my personal research and learning about soccer at its developmental and professional level.”
Aaron Cook ‘21
Cincinnati Financial, Client Services Analyst
"I have some technical experience, but I also love working face to face with people and communicating. Agile provided a perfect mix that I think matched my personality and skill set."
Brad Mueller ‘15
Bon Secours Mercy Health, Medical Device Engineer
"When I was at Miami Regionals, HIT was new. I knew I liked IT, but I didn’t want to be stuck behind a desk. I knew (health care systems) would want the best of IT for patient care, so I decided to study health care IT. Today, demand for HIT is very high and there is lots of growth potential."
Help us prepare the next generation of IT professionals, leaders, and our society as a whole. We have numerous scholarships and programs accepting contributions from donors like you.