Computer Information Sciences

The Computer Information Sciences Department offers three undergraduate majors and one graduate program:

Computer Science

Computer Network Administration


Master of Science in Information Technology Management

Ambrose Advantages

  • Small Class Sizes
  • Internships at Top Companies
  • Hands-On Experience
  • 4+1 MSITM Program

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Facebook’s Info Security program sanctions SAU to teach a hands-on cybersecurity class developed by CodePath, making SAU one of only eight U.S. higher education science programs offering this unique opportunity. If your future plans include a graduate degree, our 4+1 program allows you to earn your undergraduate degree plus a Master of Science in Information Technology Management in five years, saving you time and tuition. All of our programs are strengthened by our CIS Alumni Advisory Council, which is comprised of successful IT professionals and industry leaders who provide input and feedback on curriculum and give advice on industry trends, which helps ensure your education is relevant and strong.

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Kevin Lillis, PhD, Chair and Professor

Sayonnha Mandal, PhD, Asst. Professor
Gary Monnard, PhD, Professor


Ashley Nelson

Bachelor of Science in Biology,Class of 2014

We have roughly 150 biology majors, which means our faculty can give students personal attention and guidance. Many of our undergraduate programs are intentionally designed to give you an exceptional foundation for medical programs. We do all we can to help you explore – and reach your goals – just as we did with Ashley.

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Kevin Lillis, PhD, Chairperson

Computer and Information Sciences
Ambrose Hall 429
518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803

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