Information and Computing Studies Department

About the Department

Computers are important to all parts of the economy, and the number of careers that involve work with computers is constantly expanding. As a student in the Information and Computing Studies Department, you'll take courses to prepare you for careers that involve maintaining computer software and hardware, installing and maintaining computer networks and working with a variety of computer applications. And you'll get an opportunity to complete a cooperative work experience, giving you hands-on experience in your field prior to graduation.

Latest News

  • 5/4/2018

    RIT/NTID student Abraham Glasser, a computer science major, presented his research at the Mathematical Association of America's Seaway Section meeting at SUNY Brockport. The title of his presentation, "Failed Power Domination: Computational Results, Extreme Values, and Complexity," was co-authored by RIT/NTID student Emily Lederman. Graph theory work done by Abraham and Emily, along with RIT/NTID Professor Bonnie Jacob, was supported by an NTID Scholarship Portfolio Development Initiative (SPDI) grant.