Prospective & Transfer Students

Whether you’re considering transferring from another institution or just beginning your college career, the Department of Computer & Information Sciences has compiled some materials for you to make a more informed decision. Please find information on admissions, transfers, and buying a personal computer below. For additional information please contact us so you can be forwarded to the appropriate person.

TU student using a computer

Students planning to pursue a degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or Information Technology are encouraged to review our website. Please only contact the Student Services Coordinator, , with questions that cannot be answered by online material.

Welcome Message from CIS Chairperson Dr. Sidd Kaza

Accreditation

Differences between Majors

CS information flyer | Computer Science webpage    

IS information flyer  | Information Systems webpage

IT information flyer   | Information Technology webpage

Some Interesting Flyers:

Department Tours

Appointments to tour our facilities and discuss the major further are available only upon request. Department tours are typically conducted on the first Friday of the month and set up by appointment. Sign up here.

Purchasing a Personal Computer for College

TU’s Office of Technology Services maintains a web page dedicated to the minimum specifications you should consider when buying a PC. Note that these recommendations only reflect minimum specifications. To help insure that this purchase lasts the duration of your college career, you are strongly encouraged to configure whichever system you choose with the most RAM and the largest and fastest hard-drive your system would allow, in order to avoid costly upgrades later.

See the OTS page: “Buying a Personal Computer.”  If you still have any questions after consulting that page, feel free to call Stacy Nicholson at .