New Faculty Positions
The Department of Computer & Information Sciences is looking for new full-time, part-time and adjunct faculty.
The Department of Computer & Information Sciences offers a wide range of academic options to prepare you for the rapidly growing and changing field of computing.
Students attending our program will benefit from the following advantages:
The Department of Computer and Information Sciences, with over 40 faculty and 1,200 undergraduate majors, started one of the first undergraduate cybersecurity tracks in the nation and the first in Maryland.
The National Security Agency/Department of Homeland Security designated Towson University as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education in 2002 and in Cyber Operations in 2013. TU is one of only 19 institutions in the nation to receive the NSA/DHS Cyber Operations designation.
Doctoral graduate students took academic jobs in 2017-2018
Enrolled undergraduate and graduate students
Faculty publications in 2016-17, averaging $1M in grants
TU alumnus and current Computer and Information Sciences faculty member Jal Irani ’15 has been named as one of Technical.ly’s ReaList Engineers, 21 pioneering engineers in the Baltimore area.
Online graduate programs in computer science, education recognized by U.S. News & World Report.
Congratulations to Dr. Scala & Dr. Dehlinger for their 2020 BTU Partnership award! Their nomination, Protecting Maryland's Voting Processes, was selected by a committee comprised of BTU Council members and previous awardees.