Admissions & Aid
If computing is your life and you would like to make it your livelihood, consider this: Brooklyn College’s Department of Computer and Information Science is one of the largest in metropolitan New York. Our full-time faculty consists of 25 professors, and our facilities and equipment are among the best in the city. On-campus computer hubs house more than 1,000 PCs and Macs for your use, and wireless internet connections are available at many locations. You’ll have your pick of opportunities in ever-evolving fields relevant to industrial or academic careers, such as robotics, software engineering, computing education, parallel and distributed computing, information systems, and bioinformatics. The department offers master’s degrees in computer science, health informatics, and information systems, and is an active participant in the PIMA-M.F.A. program.
Jobs and Internships
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School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences – Graduate Open House for Brooklyn College Students, Staff, and Alumni
Busy senior Royta Iftakher gives Brooklyn College her all.
In its third year, the program gives students training in soft skills, industry experience, a head start in technical careers, and adds new talent to the New York City workforce.
Professor Neng-Fa Zhou, of the Computer and Information Sciences department, led a team of computer scientists that won the 2021 LP/CP Programming Contest. The team won for coming up with
Computer and Information Science
2109 Ingersoll Hall
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 2056
Consult a deputy chair for undergraduate program advice.
CLAS (Day) Deputy Chair
Professor Ira Rudowsky
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 2062
SGS (Evening) Deputy Chair
Associate Professor Joseph Thurm
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 2067
Consult the deputy chair for graduate program advice.
Graduate Deputy Chair
Professor James L. Cox
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 2047
For information about your grade, you must use e-Grade or contact your professor. Sign up for e-Grade.
The CIS Department does not give overtallies. If you are closed out of a course, find another section or keep watching registration to see if someone drops the class.