CIT careers allow a person to assemble pre-existing components or to create something that has never been seen before. There is a high demand for CIT graduates all over the country in all segments of the economy. Careers in CIT pay higher than average salaries. CIT is a very interactive career to work in. It also provides a lot of work variety. In this major, students learn about the theory, organization and process of information collection, transmission and utilization through computers. Students learn how to analyze user needs and how to plan, design, develop, implement, and manage networks. Through coursework, students develop skills in problem-solving techniques, mathematics, and computer systems. They take a series of basic courses in mathematics and computer science.