Please send update requests to the CIT Graduate Programs Chair.
This catalog describes frequently offered courses that might be included in your CIT graduate degree plan of study with permission of your faculty advisor and graduate committee. It is not necessarily exhaustive, but we will make every effort to keep this page and its underlying pop-ups current. Click on any course number to view its course description, prerequisites (if any), semesters typically offered, and instructor contact information. You can initiate an email to the instructor directly from most course descriptions.
There are two other web-based resources for course information. Both are maintained by the university, not CIT.
- The first is the official University Catalog. It only includes permanent courses as approved by the university's various governing committees, senates, and councils. Our page (below) also includes CIT prototype courses.
- The second university resource is Course Insights, which offers faculty-provided course information, such as recent syllabi. Note that syllabi may not be current, but they should be recent enough to give students more information than is found in course catalogs. Course Insights is relatively new, and currently voluntary; therefore, not all courses have been populated by the faculty.
Determining Availability and Registering for Classes
To see the schedule of classes offered for any given semester, and to register for classes, visit the myPurdue website. myPurdue will tell you if the course is offered, when it meets, room numbers, and how many seats are still available.