Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems

Welcome to the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
 
Take a leap toward a rewarding career in information technology through one of our industry-leading programs. By attending Seidenberg, you will prepare for professional work, research, and lifelong participation in today’s dynamic information age.

Our program offers a student-oriented environment, with small classes and exceptional teaching brought to you by a faculty of distinguished professors and lecturers to ensure you master the latest technologies. You will meet industry experts from around the world, and discover exciting opportunities via internships spanning a wealth of industries and organizations.

Seidenberg prides itself on always being ahead of the curve. We are committed to providing an education that will propel you toward a fantastic career – so whether you are interested in an undergraduate program, a master’s level graduate program, or a PhD or DPS, to revitalize your career - apply now.
 
 
Don't Pass on Google Glass
“Ok Glass, write this down for me…” By: Suhail Bhandari Not since 1997, when Harry Potter first came out of his cupboard, have I heard such a rumpus over a pair of glasses! But this time, we’re talking actual magic. The kind of medical magic, where doctors don’t have to waste time sifting through tons […]
Dr. Hayes on Heartbleed
As you may have heard by now, there’s a huge Web vulnerability called Heartbleed out there that can allow an attacker access to the memory of a server or client, including a server’s SSL private keys. What does this mean for those of us that depend on privacy and security in our everyday online interactions? […]
Seidenberg Professor Writes Winning Paper
Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) just announced the winners for best paper under the topic of “Leading Transformation to Sustainable Excellence.” Among the winners was Dr. Jennifer D.E. Thomas for a paper entitled “The Effect of Delivery Method on Persistence, Performance and Perceptions,” which she researched and wrote in tandem with two professors, Danielle […]
 A Life in Academia
Carol Wolf, one of Seidenberg’s professors, has had quite a life in academia and education before joining our program  in 1986, only a couple years after Seidenberg was founded in 1983. Born during the Great Depression, Professor Wolf grew up with parents who, both being academics, were adamant that she and her older brother receive […]
Students at Nokia's DVLUP Day in NYC
Just this past Saturday, March 22nd, Nokia hosted DVLUP Day in Manhattan’s new Microsoft offices. A group of students from Seidenberg attended together to learn about mobile development for Microsoft products. The goal of DVLUP Days, as they sweep across the country, is to generate Windows Mobile developers. DVLUP itself is “a loyalty program designed by […]