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Department of Computer Science & Information Technology

Code, Create, Innovate

The Department of Computer Science and Information Technology offers two challenging, yet very rewarding, degree programs: a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science; and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. Students of the department have gone on to have various achievements and even present at conferences across the country.

A dedicated staff of five faculty members serve the programs, with all but one having doctoral degrees. The faculty members are professionally active on the national and regional levels through their research and their professional affiliation with the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).

The CS & IT department has two dedicated labs. Learn more about our facilities on campus.

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Study Abroad students in Pompeii

WNE Students/Staff Experience Life-Changing Journey in Sorrento, Italy

Western New England University students and staff embarked on a transformative journey to Sorrento, Italy, as part of the Sorrento Study Abroad program. This immersive experience included courses in Business Communication and Italian Culture, with enriching activities like gelato-making and tours of historic sites, offering students insights into Italian culture and global business practices.

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Student's final recommendations presentation to BEAR Market Necessities

Students Engage in Meaningful Project and Learn with a Purpose

WNE faculty and students collaborate to enhance BEAR Necessities Market, aiding food-insecure students with innovative systems and support.

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Dr. Marcus Davis

International Research Team Uncovers Insights into Evolution of Paired Fins in Vertebrates

An international team, featuring Dr. Marcus Davis from Western New England University, sheds light on the evolutionary development of paired fins in vertebrates. The research offers implications for understanding human limb origins and anatomy.

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