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Information and Computer Sciences are relatively young, but rapidly growing, areas. Applications from these disciplines now pervade almost every field. For example, the field of data science requires the creation of sophisticated algorithms and databases to store and manage large quantities of information, and computer forensic techniques are often applied to help resolve criminal and civil cases.
Recognizing the growing application of the field, the Department of Information and Computer Sciences (ICS) offers courses and programs in a variety of topics ranging from the very applied (such as web server design and implementation) to the highly theoretical, such as algorithms. There is a course or a program that should be of relevance to anyone who is interested in the field.
The department offers undergraduate majors in Computer Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Forensics, a master's in Computer Science, and minor and certificate programs in Computer Forensics and Cybersecurity.
The department offers the following graduate programs in Computer Science:
Graduates of our programs are prepared to enter the job market and to teach themselves new paradigms and techniques that will evolve during their careers.
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700 Seventh Street East
St. Paul, MN 55106-5000