CIT Computer Science

Welcome to Computer Science & Software Development

The DSU Computer and Information Technology 4-Year Degree program offers a Computer Science degree (CS) and CIT degree with an emphasis in Software Development (SDEV). These are great for students interested in computer programming and software engineering.

Below you will find descriptions of each of these fields as well as many of the job requirements employers are requesting. Additionally, you will find DSU course listings next to the job requirements. These course listings correspond to specific courses that teach the skills employers seek. Please take the time to browse through these careers and course offerings below. We also invite you to come in and test drive the latest in computer hardware and software and explore your technical abilities while you learn with us at Dixie State University’s Computer Science program.

Software Engineering — Computer Programming

Computer Programmers and software engineers write code, generally in C, C++, Java, or a variety of other programming languages. CIT courses that teach computer programming and software engineering include:

Many of the job requirments of computer programmers include:

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Last Updated 01/05/2021