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The Department of Computer Information Science strives to prepare our graduates to assume positions of leadership and responsibility. We provide our students with knowledge and skills to apply the most recent technological advances.
The Computer Application major enables students to become developers who can deploy appropriate technology to solve problems in businesses and organizations.
Computer Information Technology, as an academic discipline, focuses on meeting the needs of users within an organizational and societal context through the selection, creation, application, integration and administration of computing technologies.
The Health Informatics programs prepares students to use Information Systems and Health Information Technology to design, evaluate, adopt, and apply technology-based innovations in healthcare delivery, management, and research.
This master's prepares students for a career as a computing professional, yet offers enough flexibility to allow a student to design a course of study suitable for preparation for doctoral work in information technology.
The Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems provides students with in-depth knowledge of Information Technology concepts and applications, and prepares them to create innovative solutions for real-world problems.
The M.S. in Data Science program provides a strong foundation for developing, implementing, and evaluating data analytics solutions to transform raw data into meaningful and actionable insights.