The mission of the Computer & Information Science Department is to provide an outstanding education to its students in accordance with the principles of the Mansfield University mission, to advance scholarship in key domains of the computing and information sciences, and to engage in activities that improve the welfare of society and enhance the reputation of Mansfield University. The Department aims to maintain an environment that promotes innovative thinking; values mutual respect and diversity; encourages and supports scholarship; instills ethical behavior; and stimulates life-long learning.
The vision of the Computer & Information Science Department is to become a recognized regional leader offering high-quality undergraduate programs in computing and information sciences to a large number of talented students at affordable tuition rates.
The core values guiding the Department are:
The CIS department received a grant from State Farm Insurance.
Professor John Phillips retired after 17 years at Mansfield University.
The CIS department purchased two 3-D printers that will be available for faculty and student projects.
CIS students competed in the PACISE robotics competition. They did fantastic with a 2nd place finish!
46 CIS students were T-shirt winners in the IBM Master The Mainframe Contest. This marks the 5th year that MU has competed in the competition.
The MU CIS department became official members the Amazon Education Cloud Computing initiative. The membership entitles our students to receive additional free AWS cloud computing credits along with training resources.