College of Computer and Information Sciences (CCIS) is home to the three academic departments; Computer Science, Information Systems and Software Engineering. Students are engaged in understanding the impact of technology in an increasingly digital world. We are inspired by our information-driven world and strive to make it a better place. Our students engage in rigorous learning and real-world co-op experiences. Our renowned faculty shapes minds, sparks innovation, and inspires ideas. The unique spectrum of CCIS awards, partnerships and industry memberships give our students an advantage. With a substantial increase in faculty strength and research funding in recent years, we are actively seeking highly motivated, bright, hardworking students who are interested in pursuing a graduate studies in the field of Software Engineering and Cybersecurity.Graduate students and faculty members are involved in exciting projects in a wide range of research areas, including programming languages, software engineering, distributed and parallel computing, cryptography, network security, health informatics, network science, databases, information retrieval, robotics, visualization, and artificial intelligence. Our curriculum encompasses both the breadth and depth needed for graduate school and employment.
To be one of the most prominent schools in the region in the area of computing.
The College of Computer and Information Sciences aims to offer internationally proven computing programs in an academic environment that promotes excellence and innovation in education, research, and service to the community.
Majed M. Sagr