Registration for Fall 2016 March 14 through August 4, 2016.
Late Fall registration August 8- August 18, 2016.
Fall weekday classes begin August 15, 2016.
Fall Drop/Add August 15-18.
The Department of Computer Science and Information Technology offers curricula that are especially responsive to Clayton State University’s core mission of preparing students to succeed in the contemporary careers of the 21st Century. The department currently offers the following programs of study:
The AASIT is a 2-year, 60 credit hours degree program that combines IT Foundations and Skills courses in the core IT areas of Web Design, Databases, Computer Networking and Security, and Software Development/Programming with general core classes, giving students a solid IT Foundation. Additionally, students may choose to complete an internship in the IT industry as a part of their free elective credit hours. This program blends academics with practical skills and job experience to produce well qualified IT professionals. Students completing the associates may choose to enter the workforce or proceed to the Bachelor level.
The BIT program accepts all courses earned in the AASIT program, adds the last of the general core classes, a final set of IT Foundations and provides a concentration of courses in a specific IT specialty. Students are required to create and maintain a portfolio to document the major projects of their senior year and to participate in an IT industry Cooperative Education experience.
The WebBSIT program is an online Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology offered via the Internet. It is a collaborative project of four University System of Georgia Colleges and Universities. The WebBSIT program reflects the same academic standards of Clayton State University’s Bachelor of Information Technology while affording the convenience and flexibility of on-line learning. Graduates will be prepared to design and develop effective, IT-based solutions and integrate them into individual and organizational environments.