Department of Computer Science and Management Engineering
The Department of Computer Science and Management Engineering offers outstanding preparation for growing fields such as network security, computer programming, web and portal development, and knowledge management.
With a degree in computer science, information systems, information management and technology or management engineering, your career opportunities will not be limited to the technology industry. Your skills will be in demand by employers across the entire spectrum of private-sector corporations, government agencies, public and private schools, and not-for-profit organizations. From investment banks to social service organizations, health care companies to sports franchises, universities to media and entertainment firms -- qualified persons with the skills in technology have a world of choices.
Our professors bring real-world expertise to their classrooms -- people such Professor Christopher Malinowski, the former head of the NYPD Computer Crime unit, and Dr. Steven G. Heim, author and expert in human-computer interaction and virtual worlds such as Second Life. In small classes with an average of one faculty member for every 16 students, our professors provide an education of unsurpassed quality which prepares our students for meaningful and rewarding careers.
Students have full access to outstanding educational resources, including the latest hardware and software in state-of-the-art computer labs, extensive databases, smart technology classrooms with full audio/visual capabilities and the 2.7-million-volume Long Island University library system.
Center for Project Management
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