I'm not sure about your particular school, but typically Computer Information Technology is an easier degree. It's more business, websight, database orientated, while CS is more math (lots of Calculus
) and theory. If you want to program or be in the software development field, CS is the way to go. If you want to work on databases or websights, etc, you could stick with IT. In either case, make sure the school you choose has class projects. This will help you greatly in search for a good job. If not, try to get an intern.. The knowledge itself will not land you a job, trust me!