M.S.-Computer and Information Science, Ph.D.-Computer and Information Science with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence and Applications;
Ph.D.-Computer and Information Science with a concentration in Information Systems
Ph.D.-Computer and Information Science with a concentration in Software Systems
The M.S. in Computer and Information Science emphasizes a general approach to the study of computing, including courses in artificial intelligence, collaborative systems, computer architecture, database systems, graphics and image processing, networking and communications, operating systems, software engineering, and theoretical areas. The curriculum is not oriented toward any specific applications area of computing but emphasizes general graduate-level studies in computing, preparing students for careers in systems analysis, teaching, and research.
The Computer and Information Science Ph.D. program prepares a student to undertake independent research in either an academic or non-academic setting. The program is structured around the Ph.D. dissertation, with coursework and seminars designed to attain the requisite quality of the dissertation. An important criterion for the dissertation is that it be publishable in a recognized journal.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education