The Department of Computer & Information Sciences is committed to providing the knowledge and skills required to prepare students to innovate and develop relevant technologies. We seek to instill within our students the attitudes and values that will prepare them for a lifetime of service, learning, and leadership.
The CompTIA Academy Partner Program is designed to provide a pathway for students towards a rewarding, high-growth IT career. The program is open to educational institutions that grant diplomas or degrees, and to nonprofit or government training organizations. Its goal is to help partners deliver a substantial IT curriculum and learning experience.
CIW is the world's premier vendor-neutral IT and Web technology education and certification program. The CIW core curriculum focuses on the foundational standards and job skills that enable the Internet to function, including Web design, development, security, administration, networking and databases.
The Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign is a national public awareness effort that increases the understanding of cyber threats and empowers the American public to be safer and more secure online. It encourages Americans to view Internet safety as a shared responsibility–at home, in the workplace, and in our communities. The Campaign provides access to these types of resources to give Americans the tools they need to make more informed decisions when using the Internet.