A degree in computer information technology is designed for students who want to know how to make computers, solve problems, and process information, rather than just use computer technology. Course work provides an understanding of computer programming applications, database administration, computer networking, and operating systems, as well as science, mathematics, communications, and business courses.
*The above information is pulled
directly from the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of
Labor. For more information, please visit the BLS website.
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