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There are four separate career paths for Computer Information Technology (CIT):

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Networking Security

CIT - Network Administration and Support - CCNA Specialization

CIT - Network Administration and Support - CISCO Networking Intern

CIT - Network Administration and Support - Networking Assistant

CIT - Network Administration and Support - Networking Associate

PC Support

CIT - Personal Computer Support

CIT - Personal Computer Support - Help Desk/User Support Technician

CIT - Personal Computer Support - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Support Specialist I Occupational Skills

CIT - Personal Computer Support - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Support Specialist II Occupational Skills

CIT - Personal Computer Support - PC Specialist

CIT - Personal Computer Support - PC User

CIT - Personal Computer Support - Personal Computer Technology and A+ Certification

CIT - Personal Computer Support - Technology Support

Programming

CIT - Software Programmer/Developer

CIT - Software Programmer/Developer - Programmer Level 1

CIT - Software Programmer/Developer - Software Programmer/Developer Assistant