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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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Anthony Gulluni

Western New England University Hosts District Attorney Anthony Gulluni for Guest Lecture

Western New England University hosts a guest lecture by Hampden County District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni, an esteemed alumnus, highlighting his impactful career in public service and innovative initiatives in community building.

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Student team posing with faculty member in front of their presentation.

College of Arts and Sciences Showcases Faculty-Student Collaboration at Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting

Dr. Deana Vitrano and undergraduate students from Western New England University present research at the Eastern Psychological Association annual meeting, exploring the intricate links between ADHD, creativity, and cognitive processing, affirming the university's dedication to scholarly inquiry and collaborative learning.

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Maria Butrimas

WNE Senior Political Science Major Presents Latest Research at National Conference

WNE Political Science senior Maria Butrimas collaborates with Professor Tim Vercellotti to present their joint research on public attitudes toward Civil War monuments at the Pi Sigma Alpha National Conference in DC.

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