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The Radford University School of Computing and Information Sciences prepares students for in-demand careers with core elements of software engineering, data management, computer science, and cybersecurity.
These programs include real world, hands-on opportunities and experiences that provide a foundation for success utilizing essential, cutting edge technology and practices.
World class faculty and facilities enable students to customize their experience and develop competencies in crucial areas for employment.
The School of Computing and Information Sciences offers a master of science dgree in Data and Information Management.
Students in the School of Computing and Information Sciences completed six data engineering projects this fall – two graduate capstone projects, one graduate class project, and three undergraduate projects. Graduate students in Radford University’s Data and Information Management (DAIM) Master’s program work with industry mentors. To see more information about the projects and watch presentation videos click here.
Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research and accomplishments happening on and off campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty.
Radford University hosted the Classroom to Career Cybersecurity Summit 2023 Nov. 9 at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon, Virginia. The daylong event was designed to strengthen the coordination among regional businesses and governments, K-12 schools and workforce development agencies to prepare rural students for the changing needs of the current workforce.
Radford University hosted 80 high school students at BLAST, a new four-day residential camp aimed at increasing the number of high school graduates who pursue Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics careers by increasing their access to STEM enrichment experiences.
Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research happening on campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty. This week, we have stories of students who are keeping AM radio alive, winning People’s Choice awards in cybersecurity and earning honors for work on the soccer field and in the classroom.
A small group of Radford University faculty members and students recently teamed with researchers from Brazil to begin constructing a framework for a collaborative relationship focused on cybersecurity and entrepreneurship.
This week in Highlanders in the News: The director of the School of Computing and Information Sciences, Art Carter, takes to TV to talk TikTok; Thomas “Ty” Dobbs ’05, M.S. ’10, sees his career expand as his school system follows suit; and Assistant Professor of Music Matthew Cataldi gives Chopin a pop update.