The College of Computing and Information prepares UAlbany students to succeed in the information-rich world they live in and, through our research, we help create that world.

Announcement: CCI Establishes Department of Computer Engineering

The College of Computing and Information has established a Department of Computer Engineering. Final approvals for the curriculum are in progress through the governance processes. Once approved, students earning an undergraduate degree in the department will integrate concepts from engineering, mathematics, computer science and physics to learn how to design, build and operate systems with integrated digital hardware and computer software components. The degree will provide access to careers in hardware, software and systems engineering in industry, government, and academic sectors.

For more information, please contact Ann Marie Murray at amurray2@albany.edu or 518-956-8031.

The department is in the process of recruiting a chair and faculty. Please see our Employment Opportunities page for more information.

Department of Computer Science

Students here learn about algorithms (a set of rules for computations) and the problems they might solve. Computer Science leads to careers in programming, systems analysis, network administration, database development, security analysis, IT, software engineering, and more.

Department of Informatics

Informatics courses enhance all disciplines at UAlbany by introducing multiple technology skills. Careers could include web developer/designer, information assurance and cybersecurity professional, database administrator, and others.

Department of Information Studies

Students here learn how information is created, organized, represented, stored, retrieved, and used. Careers could include information technology specialist, librarian, archivist, school library media specialist, network or database administrator, and more.

Department of Computer Engineering

CCI News

Image of people attending the 2014 Bunshaft Lecture

2014 Bunshaft Lecture - Were You There?

View the photo gallery from the 2014 Bunshaft Lecture given by Joan Pertak '83, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at PepsiCo. The title of her talk was "Get a Mentor ... Be a Mentor." Check if you were seen at the event.

UAlbany Center for Technology in Government director Theresa Pardo
UAlbany Information Scientist Named to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Advisory Committee

CTG Director Theresa A. Pardo is appointed to a two-year term as a member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Advisory Committee, which advises EPA's representative to the Commission for Environmental Cooperation on policy related to the implementation of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation.

UAlbany Open Government Report
Center for Technology in Government publishes Enabling Open Government for All: A Roadmap for Public Libraries

A new report from the Center for Technology in Government addresses growing questions about how “open government” is influencing, and possibly transforming, the role of public libraries in their communities.

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