Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems

The Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems was established in 1983. The school, with approximately 1,180 undergraduate students and 1,050 graduate students, offers degree programs, minors, and certificates in computer science, information systems, and technology systems. The school participates in the University's mission by integrating theory and practice as well as the faculty's research into its course offerings. The school also shares responsibility for the core curriculum with the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences by offering general education in computing to the University community.


Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Majors: Computer Science, Information Systems, Technology Systems, Professional Computer

Studies, Professional Technology Studies


Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Major: Computer Science


Associate in Science (AS)

Majors: Applied Information Technology for the PC, Applied Information Technology for Telecommunications (NACTEL)


Certificates

Programs: Computer Programming, Applications Programming, Information Assurance for the

Criminal Justice System, Internet Technologies, Personal Computer and Multimedia Applications, Personal Computer Applications for the Workplace Professional, Introduction to

Telecommunications, Telecommunications Essentials, Web Design

 

Graduate Programs


Master of Science (MS)

Majors: Computer Science, Information Systems, Internet Technology for e-Commerce, Telecommunications, Software Design and Development


Doctor of Professional Studies (DPS) in Computing

For IT professionals who have demonstrated career achievement; have five or more years of professional IT experience, and possess a MS in computing or a related discipline

Combined Degree Programs


BA in Computer Science/MS in Information Systems, BA in Computer Science/MS in

Telecommunications, BS in Technology Systems/MS in Information Systems, BS in Chemistry/MS in Computer Science, BS in Chemistry/MS in Information Systems


Advanced Certificates

Programs: Object-Oriented Programming, Information Systems, Internet Technology, Telecommunications, Software Design and Development, Computer Communications and

Networks, Computing for Teachers


The Pace Computer Learning Center

Established in 1984 to meet the technical training needs of businesses in the tri-state area, the Pace Computer Learning Center offers public and private training classes including:

  • Project Management
  • Advanced Technical Training, including A+, Network+ programming
  • *Desktop application
  • Internet and multimedia technologies
  • Customized corporate training programs
  • Training for nonprofit agencies
  • Professional development for teachers

Academic Advisement

  • Students who are interested in majoring, minoring, or simply learning more about the Seidenberg School and its programs should contact the Office of the Dean as follows:
  • New York City Campus 163 William Street, 2nd floor (212) 346-1687
  • Pleasantville Goldstein Academic Center, 3rd floor (914) 773-3527
  • White Plains Graduate Center One Martine Avenue (914) 422-4191

Computing Help Center
This center offers tutorial assistance for computing courses including CIS 101 Introduction to Computing

New York City Campus 41 Park Row, CAE 2nd floor (212) 346-1386

Pleasantville Goldstein Center, 3rd floor (914) 773-3319

C++ and Java Tutoring

Assistance is available for C++ and Java tutoring and for help with computer science courses

through the Department of Computer Science.

New York City Campus 163 William Street, 2nd floor, Computer Lab (212) 346-1776

Pleasantville Goldstein Center, 3rd floor (914) 773-3319


The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and the Bachelor of Science in Information

Systems programs are accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of the

Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).