Department of Computer Science
Chair: Amos Confer
The Department of Computer and Information Sciences offers degree programs leading to a Bachelors of Science in Computer and Information Science, Computer Information Systems,and Applied Computing. The department also offers degree programs leading to a Masters of Science in Computer and Information Science.
Additionally, the department offers a unique and elite accelerated degree program that enables students to obtain both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Computer and Information Science in a shorter time-frame than is normally required. Our programs allow students to tailor their course selections according to their own strengths and interests. Our graduates are prepared to pursue a variety of career paths that include (but are not limited to): software development, computer and information systems development, IT administration, programming, cyber security, and research. Our graduates are in high demand, both regionally and nationally.
B.S. in Computer and Information Science
B.S. in Computer Information Systems
B.S. in Applied Computing
Accelerated B.S./M.S. in Computer and Information Science
M.S. in Computer and Information Science
Department of Network & Computer Security
Chair: John Marsh
Cybersecurity professionals are in high demand throughout industry and government sectors. SUNY Poly’s Network and Computer Security (NCS) program provides graduates with a thorough understanding of the technologies used to provide and secure modern network and computing infrastructures. Core courses provide a firm background in information security principles, data communications networks, and computer system security, while the wide range of electives enables a customized program to be developed.
Department of Engineering
Chair: Daniel Benincasa
“Engineering provides the knowledge necessary to design and manufacture state-of-art products and systems needed to meet the current and future needs of society. Also, to provide the knowledge required to apply state-of-the-art techniques and designs to meet the current needs of society.” (Quoted from the “Engineering and Engineering Technology (A Comparison)” handout provided by the College of Engineering.)
Department of Engineering Technology
Chair: Jayne Baran
Engineering Technology (ET) includes programs in Civil ET, Computer ET, Electrical ET, and Mechanical ET, which are all accredited by ETAC/ABET. The goal of the ET department is to prepare students to enter professional careers and graduate study. Graduates from the ET programs are problem solvers with hands-on skills and well-rounded technical backgrounds.
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