Department of Computer Science and Information Systems :: Welcome to the Department of Mathematics

Welcome to the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems

Earn a degree in one of the fastest-growing employment fields from the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems. Our department offers four programs: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BS), Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (BSCIS) and a Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity (BS, RELLIS campus) We also offer a Master of Science in Computer Science (MS) available face-to-face or fully online.

Our programs will help you prepare for a wide variety of applications found within the diverse computer science field. Work beside accomplished faculty to master highly relevant coursework, ranging from basic introductory programming to specialized topics like game design and big data analytics. You’ll also interact with industry leaders, enabling you to solve real-world problems.

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Department of Computer Science and Information Systems :: Explore Our Programs

Explore Our Programs

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Department of Computer Science and Information Systems :: Featured News

News Spotlights

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Student Organizations

Epsilon Delta Pi

This organization encourages excellence in computer science by promoting the computer science profession, giving recognition to computer scientists who display professional achievement and quality of character and supporting those who work together to bond interested students.

ACM

The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) is an international scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing the art, science, engineering and application of information technology. ACM serves both professional and public interests by fostering the open exchange of information and promoting the highest professional and ethical standards.

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Department of Computer Science and Information Systems :: Scholarships

Scholarships

As a computer science and information systems student, you have access to a wide range of scholarships specific to your degree.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION :: RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS AND GRANTS

Our Research

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.

Coding Theory

Coding theory has traditionally been used for detection and/or correction of errors in noisy communication channels. More recent applications include data storage, data compression, cloud computing and cryptography. Coding theory is an inter-disciplinary subject with connections to computer science, electrical engineering and many branches of mathematics. This research focuses on construction and decoding of error-correcting codes obtained from discrete and algebraic structures.

Robotics and Autonomous Systems

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.

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Department of Computer Science and Information Systems :: Meet our Faculty and Staff

Meet our Department

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We are here to help!

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Department of Computer Science and Information Systems :: Contact

Contact Us

  • P.O. Box 3011
  • Commerce, TX 75429-3011
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