Department of Computer Science (CS)

Computer science is concerned with the scientific, engineering, management and mathematical issues in developing and applying software technology in the modern information world. The Department of Computer Science at Stevens is committed to being a world leader both in education and research.

The mission of the computer science department is to conduct research that produces advancements in computer science for the benefit of society, and educates students to become leaders in the development and application of computer science technology.

Undergraduate and graduate programs in computer science, enterprise computing and cybersecurity allow students to "drill down" to specific areas such as, distributed systems, networks, cybersecurity, visual analytics, databases and software engineering.

The CS doctoral program allows outstanding students who want to change the face of computer science to work with our faculty in major areas of research.


Stevens is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

The Computer Science department offers 9 degrees: 2 B.S. majors, 5 M.S. degrees, an Engineer degree, and a doctoral program. The B.S. program in computer science is accredited by ABET. For enrollment and graduation data, click here.

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Global use of bitcoin, the digital currency, is growing by leaps and bounds. But a new Stevens Institute of Technology co-invention has just ensured that bitcoin's lesser-known…

National Science Foundation (NSF) Grants

The National Science Foundation has selected Stevens for the second time to participate in a prestigious national Cybersecurity research and scholarship program.   A multidisciplinary…

CyberCorps™ Program Receives NSF Grant

Four Stevens professors have received a $3.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue Stevens Institute of Technology's participation in the CyberCorps™:…

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