While we started our first hybrid classes this summer with our 27 Ed.D. students, this fall we will welcome our first incoming computer science group, with approximately 20 students pursing their Masters in Computer Science. Student orientation and materials are ready and we have increased our staff by two positions to assure a top-notch student experience.
Dr. Bryan Lackaye, Assistant Dean of the College of Computer and Information Science (CCIS) Graduate Programs will be on campus to welcome the new computer science students. Dr. Lackaye will also be leading a conversation for our prospective students on September 5th where he will present information on the MS in Computer Science and the other two CCIS degrees offered at our Seattle campus: M.S. in Health Informatics and M.S. in Information Assurance.