NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY
700 PARK AVENUE * NORFOLK, VIRGINIA * 23504
Robinson Technology Center (RTC)
Office:: (757) 823-9454     Fax: (757) 823-9229
Email: CompSci@nsu.edu
  • ABET Accreditation
    The Undergraduate program in Computer
    Science at Norfolk state University is
    accredited by the Computing Accreditation
    Commission of ABET  (www.abet.org)
  • Master's Degree Program
    The Computer Science graduate program
    provides a quality computer science
    graduate education to students, especially
    those from the underrepresented sector of
    the population, by strengthening analytic
    skills, offering valuable research experiences,
    and promoting professional development in
    computer science.
  • New B.S. - ITE Program
    The BS.ITE program aims to provide
    graduates with the skills and knowledge
    to take on appropriate professional
    positions in information technology upon
    graduation and grow into leadership
    positions or pursue research or graduate
    studies in the field.

Welcome to the Computer Science Website

The Computer Science Program at Norfolk State University is designed to provide students with an exposure to the broad Computer Science spectrum, with an opportunity to create areas of specialization with appropriate applied mathematics and/or computer electives. Generally, the program emphasizes the practical and theoretical aspects of Computer Science and related areas of Computer Science and prepares students for careers as Computer Software Engineers, System Analysts and other professions. The program also provides an adequate foundation for students who wish to pursue graduate study in Computer Science.

The Undergraduate program in Computer Science at Norfolk State University is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.abet.org)

CompSci News

September, 2012

Grant Awarded

Luay A Wahsheh, PhD, received $453,000.00 as PI on a new grant award entitled "Addressing the Shortage and Quality of Cybersecurity Workers through Relevant and Dynamic Training" from the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). This is a collaborative grant with North Carolina A & T State University, Bowie University, Voorhees College, University of the Virgin Islands and Sandia National Labs.

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