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Business & Information Technology

Computer Information Technology

For students who speak the language of bits, bytes, gigs and megahertz, four computer-based program are available.

This program gives you a well-rounded approach to the business world with a concentration in programming languages. Python, Oracle, C++, C#, Java, HTML, Visual Basic and .Net are some of the languages you have to select from. Other classes include Computer Hardware and Operating Systems, Networking, Database, Oracle, Access, and Micro Applications to name a few.

Database Option Degree Sheet 20-21 (PDF)
Database Developer Certificate Sheet 20-21 (PDF)

Programming Option Degree Sheet 20-21 (PDF)
Programming Certificate Sheet 20-21 (PDF)

Discipline Professors

Chris Gootos
Chris Gootos
Professor, CIT Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7467
Arlene Haynes
Arlene Haynes
Professor Business Information Technology Division
(405) 736-0236
Fred Keller
Fred Keller
Professor Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7486

Jeffrey Thompson
Jeffrey Thompson
Professor, C.I.T. Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7465
Brett Weber
Brett Weber
Professor of Cyber Security/Computer Information Technology Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7466
Ken Dewey
Ken Dewey
Director Cyber Security Program Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7977

 Academic Advisor

Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson
Academic Advisor Business Information Technology Division
(405) 736-0348

Suggested Schedule (Database Degree Option)

The following courses should be taken in the sequence indicated. Students should enroll in a combination of
General Education Requirements and Program Requirements to complete the degree. Some courses are offered
only once each year; some courses are offered only in the day; some courses are offered only in the evening;
and summer course offerings vary. Therefore, check the RSC Academic Catalog and/or class schedule for course
offering specifics.

SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2 SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4
CIT 1113 CIT 1613 ECON 2103 CIT 1533
CIT 1503 CIT 2393 (1st 8-weeks) MGMG 2313 CIT 2313
CIT 1523 CIT 2183 (2nd 8-weeks)

MATH 1513 OR
MATH 1483

Gen Ed. OR
CIT/MULT course
CIT 2013 (1st 8-weeks) Support and
Related

Gen Ed. OR
CIT/MULT course

Support and
Related
CIT 2103 (2nd 8-weeks) Gen Ed. Support and
Related
 

Suggested Schedule (Programming Degree Option)

The following courses should be taken in the sequence indicated. Students should enroll in a combination of
General Education Requirements and Program Requirements to complete the degree. Some courses are offered
only once each year; some courses are offered only in the day; some courses are offered only in the evening;
and summer course offerings vary. Therefore, check the RSC Academic Catalog and/or class schedule for course
offering specifics.

SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2 SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4
CIT 1113 CIT 1173 CIT 2013 CIT 1713
CIT 1503 CIT 1203 CIT 2613 CIT 2313
CIT 1523 CIT 1613

Support and
Related

Support and
Related
CIT 1533 Support and
Related

Gen Ed. OR
CIT/MULT course

Gen Ed. OR
CIT/MULT course
Gen Ed. Gen Ed.