Department Facilities and Opportunities

Facilities and Opportunities

Laboratories: Well-equipped labs for hands-on experience in cybersecurity tools, forensic software, and network configurations.

Internships: Partnerships with local businesses and government agencies for student internships, providing real-world experience.

Research Opportunities: Collaboration with faculty on research projects related to cybersecurity, digital forensics, or IT security.

Certifications: Preparation for industry certifications such as CompTIA Network+, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), or CompTIA Security+.

Guest Lectures and Workshops: Inviting industry experts for lectures and workshops to keep students updated with the latest trends and challenges in the field.

Hands-On Experience

CIS department emphasizes hands-on experience through:

Lab Work: Practical exercises and lab sessions to reinforce theoretical concepts and technical skills.

Capstone Projects: Collaborative projects that allow students to apply their knowledge and skills to solve real-world problems.

Internships: Opportunities to work in real-world IT environments, gaining practical skills and industry insights.

Faculty and Research

Experienced Faculty: Professors and instructors with expertise in computer information systems and cybersecurity work with students on research projects.

Research Initiatives: Faculty-led research projects exploring emerging technologies, cybersecurity threats, and innovative IT solutions.

Internship and Industry Partnerships

Internship Programs: Opportunities for students to gain practical experience by working with industry partners.

Industry Connections: Partnerships with businesses and organizations, providing students with networking opportunities and potential job prospects.

Career Services

Job Placement Assistance: Assistance with job search, resume writing, and interview preparation for graduating students.

Career Counseling: Guidance on career paths, certifications, and specialization options within the field of computer information systems, business/data analytics, cybersecurity, and forensics.