UNO – College of Information Science & Technology

University of Nebraska Omaha College of Information Science & Technology

信息科学与技术(IS&T)学院

一股推动信息技术的知识和实践-创新的力量

IS&T培养精干的技术领导者,在全球竞争环境中出当领头人。我们提供以下方面的学习计划:
生物医学信息学与生物信息学
计算机科学
信息安全保障
信息技术
IT创新
管理信息系统
信息技术科学行政硕士
学生将受益于该学院的信息技术的基础和新兴学科平衡结合的承诺。校园坐落在奥马哈这个新兴大都市城市,为学院提供研究机会并通过和本地技术行业建立技术合作伙伴关系发展。

学位与课程

计算机科学  学士学位,硕士学位,副修科目

管理信息系统学士学位,硕士学位,副修科目,副修科目

生物信息学学士学位
信息保障学士学位,硕士学位
IT创新学士学位
信息技术博士
生物医学信息学硕士学位,博士
信息技术科学行政硕士

信息科学与技术学院(IS&T)注重创新及协作,致力于改善我们生活的世界及我们和技术的互动。

内布拉斯加州奥马哈大学提供最佳的资源,以帮助实现这一目标,其中包括和大奥马哈行业和社区领袖的紧密联系。我们的专业教师无论是在课堂上还是研究实验室都是学院自豪的源泉。我们也为我们的学生-IT顶级竞争对手感到骄傲。

不可否认,我们感到骄傲,下面是一些原因,以及为什么你应该选择UNO。
开拓性研究

UNO是一所优秀的大都市研究型大学。2011年8月至2012七月间IS&T学院荣获超过600万美元的研究经费。IS&T的研究兴趣和学院的许多学科一样多样化,有的教师的工作已取得国家认可。以信息保障罗宾·甘地副教授为例,他在信息安全和风险评估上的研究,使他在关于智能手机的数据使用和隐私被媒体广为报道。

具有挑战性的课程

技术的发展,使IS&T的学院不断评估开设的课程,以确保我们保持领先。一些基本的课程始终保持不变,而另一些在反映不断变化的时代。学习机会超越课堂,进入工作环境。超过80%的IS&T的学生在各自的领域实习,而其中大部分都是有偿实习。

社区的一部分

UNO 的优势在于大学校园是大都市的社区的一部分,并以为社区服务为宗旨。 IS&T学院正在努力让世界了解影响我们未来的重要技术问题。一个例子是抵消,UNO学生网络安全运行组为区高中举办了夺旗(CTF)黑客大赛,提醒潜在IS&T的学生把信息保障做为他们以后的学习研究领域。

继续发展

毕业后,IS&T研究生比一般UNO研究生每年薪水多 10,000美元。 IS&T的2013研究生近80%的学生被立即聘为全职雇员或攻读博士学位。

The College of Information Science and Technology (IS&T) is innovative. It’s collaborative. It’s dedicated to improving the world we live in and the ways we interact with technology.

The University of Nebraska Omaha offers the best available resources to help make this happen, including strong ties with industry and community leaders in metropolitan Omaha. Our dedicated faculty is a source of great pride for the college, both in the classroom and in the research lab. We also take pride in our students, who are some of the top competitors in IT.

If we sound proud of who we are, that is not by mistake. Here are some of the reasons why—and why you should choose UNO.

Pioneering Research

UNO offers the best of a metropolitan research university. It’s little wonder that the College of IS&T was awarded more than $6 million in grants between August 2011 and July 2012. Research interests in IS&T are as diverse as the many disciplines involved in the college, and some faculty have achieved national recognition for their work. Take Associate Professor of Information Assurance Dr. Robin Gandhi, whose research in information assurance and risk assessment has made him a popular media source for stories about smart phone data usage and privacy.

Challenging Curriculum

Technology evolves, and the College of IS&T is continually evaluating our curriculum to ensure we stay ahead of the curve. Some fundamental courses always remain, while others reflect changing times. Learning opportunities extend beyond the classroom and into the work environment. More than 80 percent of IS&T students have internships in their field, and a majority of them are paid.

Part of the Community

What good is a metropolitan campus if it’s not part of the community? The College of IS&T is trying to make the world aware of important technology issues that affect our future. One example is NULLify, a student run cyber security group that hosted a Capture the Flag (CTF) hacking competition for area high schools, alerting potential IS&T students to the nuances of information assurance, a potential area of study.

Prepared to Thrive

Upon graduation, IS&T graduate students earned $10,000 more than the average UNO graduate student. Nearly 80 percent of IS&T’s 2013 graduate students were employed full-time immediately after graduation or were continuing onto a Ph.D. program.

Contact Us

College of IS&T:
1110 S. 67th Street, PKI 172
Omaha, NE 68106
Advising: 402.554.3819
Dean’s Office: 402.554.2380

DEAN’S MESSAGE – http://www.unomaha.edu/college-of-information-science-and-technology/about/dean-message.php