College of Computing and Information
Peter A. Bloniarz, Ph.D. (Collins Fellow)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stephen E. DeLong, Ph.D. (Collins Fellow)
University of Texas at Austin
Brian E. Gabriel, M.S.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Jennifer J. Goodall, Ph.D.
University at Albany
The College of Computing and Information believes whether you want to solve a complex problem at work, help a community group or post a video on YouTube, you need to know how to use technology. We are living in the Information Age. The mission of the College of Computing and Information is to support world-class, discipline-based and interdisciplinary research, and educational programs related to computing and information. The College currently offers a variety of undergraduate major and minor programs, as well as a variety of introductory and advanced courses including Information Literacy General Education courses. All three units support graduate education as well, offering undergraduates an opportunity to study in a research-oriented environment.
All College of Computing and Information courses are preceded by the prefix letter I.
The following undergraduate courses offered by the College of Computing and Information are considered liberal arts and science courses for purposes of degree requirements for the B.A. or B.S. degrees: All I CSI except I CSI 198; I INF 201; I IST 100, 301, 361, 457, 466Z, 473Z, 499W.