Computer and Information Science (CIS) is one of the most rapidly growing professions worldwide.

CIS professionals offer expertise in the effective and efficient use of computers for tackling a broad spectrum of practical challenges. The CIS curriculum provides students with a firm foundation in both hardware/ architecture and software and in their application.

The field of computer and information science includes the following technical areas: algorithms, artificial intelligence, compilers, computer graphics, computer networks and network administration, database systems and administration, distributed and parallel systems, enterprise computing, formal methods, game design, information systems, operating systems, programming languages, software engineering, and web technologies

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  • Qualified candidates must have, or expect to have, a Ph.D. in computer science or a closely related discipline by the time of appointment and will be expected to do scholarly and sponsored research, as well as teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Candidates for this position must have earned a PhD degree by September 1, 2017. Candidates at the associate professor rank should already have an established funded research program. View the full announcement.

  • Qualified candidates must have, or expect to have, a Ph.D. in computer science or a closely related discipline by the time of appointment and will be expected to do scholarly and sponsored research, as well as teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Candidates for this position must have earned a PhD degree by September 1, 2017. Candidates at the associate professor rank should already have an established funded research program. View the full announcement.

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Average class size: 26.67% of all classes have less than 30 students.