Computer and Information Technology (CIT)

School of Engineering and Technology

Fascinated by the Internet and the revolutionary changes it creates? Do you love playing with computers, networks, and software? Transform the way the world lives, works, and plays by building, managing, and securing web-based services and applications. With the Computer and Information Technology program at IUPUI, you will learn networking, security, data management, systems analysis and design, and programming—the information and technologies changing life as we know it.

Degree Maps

One of the most difficult tasks of being a college student is figuring out what classes to take and when to take them. In order to make the process a little easier, each major at IUPUI has its own degree map outlining the path you should take to graduate as quickly as possible.

Degree Map LinkIUPUI Admission Semester
CIT B.S.—Data ManagementFall 2017 and beyond
CIT B.S.—Data ManagementFall 2016–summer 2017
CIT B.S.—Information SecurityFall 2017 and beyond
CIT B.S.—Information SecurityFall 2016–summer 2017
CIT B.S.—Networking SystemsFall 2017 and beyond
CIT B.S.—Networking SystemsFall 2016–summer 2017
CIT B.S.—Web DevelopmentFall 2017 and beyond
CIT B.S.—Web DevelopmentFall 2016–summer 2017

Get Admitted to the School of Engineering and Technology

Admission by Certification

  • Have a GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • Complete ENG-W 131
  • Be ready to go into MATH 15300 (complete prerequisites or place into via placement test)

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Cluster

This major belongs to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) cluster. The STEM cluster is the academic home of University College students pursuing majors in the sciences, technology, engineering, informatics, and computing. The STEM cluster partners with students on their academic advising and career plans to guide them into their degree-granting schools.

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