Computer Information Technology

Volunteer State Community College offers a Computer Information Technology (CIT) associate of applied science (A.A.S.) degree. At the heart of the program are CompTIA A Plus, Networking Plus, and Server Information and Security Plus training that can lead to certification. Students will learn how to build networks using virtualization. They will work in a specialized computer lab, built especially for the program.

The CIT degree is designed to give students the tools they need to be ready for the workplace. It features a networking concentration and a programming concentration. Students who graduate with the A.A.S degree, and acquire the certifications, will be prepared for jobs such as IT technician and desktop support specialist.

The classes in the Vol State CIT program will also apply completely to a bachelor’s degree from Western Kentucky University. The university courses needed for the bachelor’s degree can be completed online, making it especially attractive to people who live in the Vol State area.

Computer Literacy Requirement: Students in this degree program must prove Computer Literacy during the first semester of study.

For CIT curriculum, please view this page.

Contact the Business and Technology Division for more information at 615-230-3301.