Our students benefit from the college’s commitment to balancing emerging disciplines with the bedrock fundamentals of information technology. The surroundings of a metropolitan campus in an emerging city offer chances to research and grow through associations with industry partners in technology.
In the College of Information Science and Technology (IS&T), no student will go unassisted or unchallenged. IS&T creates capable technology leaders who will thrive in a globally competitive environment. We offer programs of study in the following areas:
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