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Department of Computer and Information Science
Engineering, Science and Technology Building, SL 280
723 W. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5132
Phone: (317) 274-9727; fax: (317) 274-9742

Academic Advising Appointments  Students should contact Tenille Bullock, tbullock@iupui.edu, to schedule advising appointments.

  • Professor Durresi, Fang (Chair), Liang, Mukhopadhyay, Palakal, Raje, Tuceryan, Zheng
  • Professor and Dean Emeritus Yovits
  • Emeritus Faculty J. Gersting, J. Gersting, Olson
  • Associate Professors Chen, Hill, Xia, Zou
  • Research Assistant Professor Liu
  • Assistant Professors Al Hasan, Dundar, Song, Tsechpenakis
  • Lecturers Acheson, Harris, M. Roberts
  • Adjunct Professors Lee, Mahoui, L. Shen, Wang, Wu

The department offers Purdue University Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Graduate Certificates, and Master of Science (M.S.) degrees. It also offers a Certificate in Applied Computer Science. Students interested in research may arrange to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree through the Purdue University Graduate School. The programs of study emphasize the basic principles of computing and information processing, which include the creation, representation, display, storage, transformation, and transmission of information, as well as the software to accomplish these tasks. Because computers are used in all segments of society, the theory and practice of computer and information science are pervasive and the field is, therefore, interdisciplinary. It is also young and dynamic, as evidenced by the growth of the computer industry, so the curriculum itself evolves rapidly.