Program Chair: Madeleine Schep, Ph.D
Available in the Day and Evening Colleges.
B.S. in Computer and Information Science (both concentrations) is available inthe Day* and Evening** Colleges.
B.S. in Computer and Information Science: Cybersecurity concentration is available online.
CIS and Mathematics courses for the B.S. in Computer and Information Science may be offered in the Day College, Evening College, or Online. Consult the course descriptions inthe bulletin.
The degree programs in Computer and Information Science will give students the tools they need to pursue a career in system analysis, software or web development, support specialization, database administration, cybersecurity, or graduate work in a related field.
Mission: The Division of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology is committed to providing Computer and information Science majors with the coursework and experiences that will enable them to enter a computer-related career in business, industry, or government, or to pursue graduate studies in a computing field.
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Students will demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively orally and/or in writing using appropriate computing technology and technology tools.
- Students will demonstrate an ability to analyze a problem and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.
- Students will demonstrate an ability to design, implement and evaluate a computer-based system or program to meet desired needs.
4. Students will be able to describe cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities and develop strategies to mitigate, prevent or counter identified risks.