Department of
Computer and Information Sciences


Department of Computer and Information Sciences
Prof. Reneta Barneva, Chair
2148 Fenton Hall
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ph: 716-673-4750
Fax: 716-673-4821

Computer and Information Sciences Office:
716-673-4820

Dr. Reneta Barneva, Chair
Dr. Reneta Barneva Department Chair

Message from the Chair

Mission Statement

New Courses   

Cloud Computing
(starting in Summer '14)

Ethical Hacking
(starting in Summer '14)

Web Programming with Node
(starting in Summer '14)

Human-Computer Interaction
(starting in Summer '14)

Social Network Analysis
(starting in Spring '14)

Game Development
(starting in Spring '12)

iPhone
(starting in Spring '12)

Web Programming Minor
(starting in Fall '11)

Ruby on Rails
(starting in Fall '11)

Window Phone 7 Development
(starting in Fall '11) 

Android Programming
(starting Spring '11)

Computer Ethics and Security
(starting Spring '11)

Degree Programs in Computer Science and Computer Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with 3 study options (tracks).

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems with 2 study options (tracks).

Minor in Computer Science

Minor in Computer Information Systems

Minor in Web Programming

Department BrochureBrochure

Welcome!

There is a saying that education is what remains after you forget everything you learned in school. This may especially apply to computer science. We believe our students are best prepared for the future by combining a study of the current state of computer science with an area of application, and embedding that within a well-rounded liberal arts education.

As a Fredonia computer science major, you'll select a program that suits you best. There are four options to prepare you for an assortment of career and academic goals. You can train for a job such as a database designer or administrator, or pursue a career in computer programming, leading to employment as a software engineer, systems analyst or project manager.

In addition, the student-run CS Club offers workshops which encourage students to learn more about the theories, mechanics and applications of computer science in the ever-expanding information technology industry.

Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. We hope you'll visit and let us help you start your career!


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