Department of Computer & Information Sciences

The Department of Computer and Information Sciences offers a wide range of academic options to prepare you for the rapidly growing and changing field of information technology.

A teaching lab

Get ready for high-demand, high-tech careers in government, industry and education. Learn more about the advantages of studying computer and information sciences at Towson University.

The department offers students:

  • small classes and highly individualized advising, including detailed four-year degree completion planning, research and internship guidance, and career counseling
  • research and internship opportunities through partnerships with federal, state and local government agencies, and the IT industry
  • state-of-the-art facilities and equipment
  • 80 undergraduate courses and more than 40 graduate courses serving approximately 1,200 undergraduate and graduate majors
  • dynamic and accomplished faculty with research specialties in assistive technology, cybersecurity, automated reasoning, cryptography, data mining, decision support systems, distance learning, distributed computing, genomics, geographical information systems, human-computer interaction, information visualization, neural networks, universal usability, virtual collaboration, voice-over IP and wireless networks
  • advantageous location in high-tech Baltimore/Washington corridor, near many national agencies and institutes, including Aberdeen Proving Ground, Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Telescope Science Institute, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Army Research Laboratory

Contact Information

Department of Computer and Information Sciences

7800 York Road, Towson, MD 21252

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.