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This program will prepare you for a wide variety of applications found in the diverse computing and information technology fields. With a strong foundation in programming, database technology, data structures, computer networks and application program development you will have the skills and knowledge you need to succeed as an application analyst, data analyst, data scientist, information systems management and other information technology fields.
Our comprehensive program gives you the tools needed to excel as a data scientist and STEM educator. You’ll study a wide range of programming, database technologies, data structures and computer networks. This program prepares you for the classroom by offering courses in technology-infused curriculum, roles and responsibilities of STEM educators, and pedagogy. After graduating, you’ll be ready to teach computer science at the secondary level (grades 7-12).
A degree in computer science will equip you with the essential skills for a modern world. Career fields include, but not limited to, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, programming/coding, computer networks, cyber physical systems, digital forensics, operating systems, mobile programming, data analytics, database systems, machine learning and research.
A Master of Science in Computer Science will help prepare you for professional employment or advancement, research opportunities and doctoral studies. Our program offers the opportunity to engage with prominent global scientists and engineers to develop advanced expertise in this rapidly growing field.
Earn your bachelor's degree in cybersecurity from our extended instruction site at The RELLIS Campus in Bryan, Texas. Demand for a qualified cybersecurity workforce is outpacing the supply of trained professionals in Texas and beyond! Expand your knowledge of computer and network systems security and prepare to join one of the fastest growing cyber-related job markets in the nation.
By Sue DiBella, Division of Research and Economic Development Yuehua Wang conducts innovative research on autonomous vehicles to help us move safely and efficiently through our world. It all started when she struggled to ride a bicycle that was just a little too big for her. It was her parents’ bike, which, at 28 inches, […]
Dr. Kent Montgomery has been appointed associate dean for the College of Science and Engineering (CoSE) at A&M-Commerce. He has served as associate professor and head of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at A&M-Commerce since 2018. Montgomery earned a bachelor’s in mathematics and physics from Montana State University, a master’s in astronomy from San […]
A&M-Commerce assistant professor of biology Dr. Bjorn Schmidt secured a grant for $20,240.52 to participate in a collaborative research project between Texas Parks & Wildlife and Stephen F. Austin University. The joint venture will investigate the distribution of several rare fish species with the greatest conservation needs in East Texas. A&M-Commerce researchers will collect water […]
As a young girl growing up in rural Lee County, South Carolina, Dr. Andrea Toney Graham had “big dreams of doing big things.” Since then, she has blazed a pioneering trail through the STEM field, making a lasting impact through her scholarship and leadership. Graham was the first engineer from her household and the first […]
Researchers from A&M-Commerce and Texas Woman’s University (TWU) have uncovered new information about how G1P3/IFI6, a gene of the human immune system, promotes cancer cell growth. The current study found that IFI6 increases the recruitment of certain cell parts, called RAB5+endosomes, to repair energy-producing components called mitochondria. The group published its findings—titled “G1P3/IFI6, an interferon […]
From decoding the mysteries of the universe to engineering innovative solutions to real-world challenges, the College of Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University-Commerce is home to forward-thinking faculty dedicated to cutting-edge scientific exploration. Faculty members from the college secured more than $780,000 in research grant funding this past spring and summer. Adaptive Intelligence for […]
Thirteen A&M-Commerce industrial engineering students are earning their Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification this summer, thanks to a generous donation from Hydro Aluminum in Commerce, Texas. The donation covered students’ registration costs. They can work at their own pace to complete the training this summer. Dr. Burchan Aydin, associate professor and interim head of […]
A&M-Commerce faculty and students presented research at the Applied Emergency Management Research Grant Symposium on Feb. 21 in College Station, Texas. Dr. Burchan Aydin in the Department of Engineering and Technology and students Cody Logue and Venkata Reddy presented updates on their progress developing an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) from scratch. The research team also […]
A&M-Commerce student Pauline Van received two scholarships at the 2023 TEXO Foundation Student Competition on Feb. 20; the Hill & Wilkinson Scholarship in honor of Luther Hill, and the TEXO Young Constructors Council Scholarship. Van is set to graduate in May with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering. Assistant Professor Ayman Elzohairy said Van […]
Students representing the Department of Biological and Environmental Science at A&M-Commerce presented at the 8th Annual LSUS Regional Student Scholars Forum at Louisiana State University Shreveport on Feb. 17. Trinity Campbell earned first place in the undergraduate poster category for her poster titled “Fetal bovine serum alternative in culturing hormonal-dependent human cells.” Additional authors included […]
As a computer science and information systems student, you have access to a wide range of scholarships specific to your degree.
Our computer science and information system faculty are excited to develop your knowledge and skills through research. Opportunities are available for both undergraduate and graduate students. We encourage you to discuss any research interests with your professors.
The Texas Cyber-Range provides a sandboxing environment to develop, test and simulate cyber threat vectors and attacks according to specific requirements.
The CSAC S-STEM scholarship program supports the retention and graduation of academically talented students who are interested in applications of computing for the advancement of society. This program is designed to support the development and implementation of curricular and co-curricular programs to improve student success and professional preparedness in computing. Further, scholar participation in the planned student activities will enhance our understanding of effective teaching, research activities and retention strategies in the disciplines.
Cybersecurity refers to the use of practices, technologies and processes to protect systems, networks, software and hardware components, and data from malicious attacks and threats. Research is ongoing in the areas of information systems security, network security, cloud computing security, application security, data security, mobile device security and digital forensics.
Cyber-Physical Systems are characterized by the integration of computing, networking and control techniques to intelligently monitor, analyze and control physical systems equipped with software and hardware components. Research is focused on identifying problems, designing algorithms and developing solutions to enable more convenient, safe, resilient, robust and reliable systems. Research topics include Internet of Things, edge commuting, location-aware services, wireless/mobile hearth and intelligent transportation systems.
Big Data is a term that describes the large volume of data generated from a variety of users and devices anywhere and at any time. Technology innovations, advances in communication, and affordable user devices have all contributed to an explosion of big data with new opportunities and challenges. Research is being conducted in the areas of scientific data management, data analytics, data models, data retrieval and reduction, data integration and database.
Artificial Intelligence involves the study, design and implementation of intelligent agents to model and reproduce natural intelligence. Research in this field includes fundamental and applied topics including knowledge representation, machine learning, swarm intelligence, game and decision theory, data mining and natural language processing.
Robotics and autonomous systems are used in a wide variety of environments and applications such as power line inspection, automotive manufacturing, construction, precision agriculture and emergency rescue. Robotics and autonomous systems combine computing, sensing, communication and actuation to perform a series of intelligent operations in complex and diverse environments. Researchers at A&M-Commerce investigate autonomous driving sensing and perception, human-computer interaction, and motion planning and control.