CIS Undergraduate Programs
The Computer and Information Science department offers a diversity of courses, programs, and research opportunities for students interested in establishing or expanding their background in computer science, information science, and related fields central to the modern technological world.
Major and minor degrees provide a strong foundation in computer and information sciences and the opportunity to explore diverse topics in depth. The department offers courses fulfilling University requirements in mathematical reasoning, communication (EP), and interdisciplinary study (ICC).
Opportunities in academic research as well as in industrial jobs and internships are available within the department, New York City, and beyond.
The CIS department offers the following undergraduate degree programs:
- A major in Computer Science leading to either a BA-CS or a BS-CS.
- A major in Information Science leading to either a BA-IS or a BS-IS.
- A major in Information Technology and Systems leading to a BS-ITS.
- A joint major in Mathematics-Computer and Information Sciences.
- A minor in Cybersecurity. (MINOR-CYBSEC)
- An interdisciplinary minor in Bioinformatics. (MINOR-BIOINF)
- A minor in Computer Science or Information Science (not accepting new students) or Information Technology and Systems. (MINOR-CS, MINOR-IS, MINOR-ITS)
Also, note that a variety of special programs are available. These special programs include:
|CS major||IS major||ITS major||CS minor||IS minor||Cybersecurity minor|
Location of Degree Programs
Fordham maintains three main campuses: at Rose Hill in the Bronx, at Lincoln Center in Manhattan, and a Westchester campus. The CIS degree programs are offered through one or more colleges. Note that the College of Professional and Continuing Studies (PCS), which is for working adults and part-time students, offers CIS programs at multiple campuses. Programs that are offered at each campus/college are as follows:
Rose Hill and Lincoln Center
PCS (Lincoln Center, Rose Hill, Westchester)